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post #61 of 63 (permalink) Old 11-25-2008, 10:21 PM
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Have you ever had a book or something fall on the top of your feet? Chit hurts man, I had a toaster oven fall on the top of my feet once and I had sandals on, Uffff man did that hurt** I think it’s a good way to distract while they set up for elbows a throw or something more**
I agree but at the same time I dunno if you ever saw Serra vs Lytle or Cote vs almost anyone but that's basically what they center their ****plan around** My problem with them is that they take almost no talent to do and they can't really end a fight so all your doing is breakin the dudes toes and makin it harder for him to continue training as a MMA fighter in the future** Nobody wants to sit out a month of training cuz their opponent decided he'd stand there and attack his toes for 3 straight rounds LOL**

It's cool if they wanna use it to distract them from a takedown or something that could end the fight, but don't just clinch up against the cage and foot stomp the whole time that's weak as shit**
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I agree but at the same time I dunno if you ever saw Serra vs Lytle or Cote vs almost anyone but that's basically what they center their ****plan around** My problem with them is that they take almost no talent to do and they can't really end a fight so all your doing is breakin the dudes toes and makin it harder for him to continue training as a MMA fighter in the future** Nobody wants to sit out a month of training cuz their opponent decided he'd stand there and attack his toes for 3 straight rounds LOL**

It's cool if they wanna use it to distract them from a takedown or something that could end the fight, but don't just clinch up against the cage and foot stomp the whole time that's weak as shit**

I see your point--- in training I believe it would not be a good idea, in a fight YES--- its a tool that works--- I do not believe it should be the only tool so on that I agree 100% with you**

If we are talking about Tuff and I was there I would use what ever means at my disposal, LEGALLY with in the rules to win--- after all its a life time opportunity**

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Have you ever had a book or something fall on the top of your feet? Chit hurts man, I had a toaster oven fall on the top of my feet once and I had sandals on, Uffff man did that hurt** I think itís a good way to distract while they set up for elbows a throw or something more**
lol********yes Ive had stuff fall on my feet** It does hurt like hell**


The first time I saw them used was by Matt Riddle
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