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irish_pablo 02-10-2007 10:22 AM

need hints and tips can you help me?
 
Ok im 16 and i live in a rough town but my house is more upper class or watever you call it. I never fight but i love fights. There is times i have to fight and i cant really fight back i have raynards syndrom in my hands so i cant hit on solid bone. can you give me tips on how to take the person down grapple them, (maby submission tips) and where to hit i need to end a fight fast because or my hand i cant fight long. in fights i may gt into anything gos. i really need help. thanks

i want 2 do mma but nowhere to do it in Belfast (N,Ireland)
i love the sport can i get some techniques?
Pablo

maxtheripper 02-12-2007 07:10 PM

dont fight in the first place. let everyone no this and they wont wanna fight because everyone will bag them for hitting someone who cant fight back

Turner 02-12-2007 09:30 PM

Muay Thai Biatch
 
its unfortunate that you can't hit hard with your hands but i still think you can kick ass without em. Ya you could let everyone know about the condition and they will think twice about fighting you but that wont necesarily always work. In which case i found a few vids on muay thai which incorporates powerful elbows and knees. If you've watched the Anderson Silva VS. Rich Franklin fight you know what i mean. The first part of this clip tells you about the Muay Thai clinch which is essential (iam not sure if they mention this, but you should always keep you elbows close together when you have someone in the clinch because it protects from uppercuts and makes it harder for them to break the clinch). EDIT: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0Zq_LvHXPEonce you have that heres a vid that shows you how to start throwin knees from the clinch MUAY THAI TECHNIQUES: STABBING KNEE (STRAIGHT KNEE STRIKE) THAIBOXING - Google Video . If your more interested in bringin your opponent to the ground heres a vid showin a good way to accomplish that, YouTube - Muay Thai MMA Technique #6 if you are doing that technique watch out for a knee when going in for the takedown, however if you opponent is untrained that shouldn't be much of a problem. Heres a great technique that i know works, YouTube - Muay Thai Technique #4 looks pretty cool when you do it too:laugh:. And of course... throwin some bows! YouTube - The Art of muay thai- Elbows obviously you can't master these techniques from watchin the vids but hopefully you'll learn somethin that will help next time you HAVE TO get into a fight.

maxtheripper 02-13-2007 12:12 AM

never thought bout elbows thought it mite be your entire arm that was injured good idea .are your hands strong enough to grapple ?

Flaw 02-13-2007 08:31 AM

Ok. If someon is gunna fight you thats not cool because you have something up with you. So thats fighting dirts. So if they wanna fight dirty, fight dirty, theres no rules in street fights.

Asian Sensation 02-13-2007 10:26 AM

as bas rutten always says "everyone underestimates the groin kick"

irish_pablo 02-13-2007 03:38 PM

i will try using elbows and knees. is there anyway to start with a good strong punch then go to ground and use the elbows. ive been doing weights for a while so i think if there is any tips for punching i can use because in the cage you know what the other person might do but in a street fight its diffrent any tips for a good punch. with my hands i can hit 1 good punch then i cant really use my fists. Thank you for your help and i how you will tell me more.
Pablo

irish_pablo 02-13-2007 03:41 PM

its just my hands and my fingers if you know any good way to grapple without needing alot of forse on the hands. i can grapple ok but its mainly punching that i can do

pauly_j 02-13-2007 07:24 PM

What about your palms? Would it be a problem with your wrist or just knuckles. A palm strike may not cause as much superficial damage but they hit just as hard, if not harder. Bas always used to use them. There's no force absorbed through your knuckles and its a straight line down your forarm, leading to awesome follow-through.


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