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unclapalo 08-27-2011 02:03 AM

Combining Vitor Belfort + Wanderlei Silvas style = good or bad?
 
Hey guys im from the Phillipines, mindanao where Pac Man is from,and Im predominately a boxer striking wise and i love to exchange and brawl. my 2 favorite fighters are wanderlei and vitor because they are extremely aggressive. i have a great sprawl and agood chin, as most people have told me because i boxed this one guy who has KO power and i smiled it off. The same people have told me I have killer instinct, I am also extremely aggressive and always looks for the KO and have a hard time controlling myself in sparring but usually snap out of it. Im thinking about my amateur fight sometime in the next 6 months, i already have over a year of BJJ training with that, would combining vitors flurry of straight punches to wanderleis wild haymakers to muay thai clinch be a good style for me? I love to give fans a great fight and in a fight its either kill or be killed for me.

Onganju 08-27-2011 04:05 AM

Find your own style. Fight the way you know how to. Fight to the best of your training.

I don't mean that to be condescending, but we all have to realize that Belfort and Silva came upon their way of fighting through their own lifetime of training and ring experience. While I know the allure of emulating your favorite fighter is always a strong one, what works for them may not work for you.

Keep training hard, and listen to your coaches. It'll all become more than obvious when you compete.

Good luck.


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