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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-16-2010, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Stand up strategy

I can now knock out anyone with Rich and Hendo on expert. When fighting a striker continue to walk backwards while holding the high block. If you continue to back peddle they will chase you and throw punches most of them will miss but keep your guard up just incase when you see them throw a big punch like a hook or a kick and counter with a hook or head kick judge the range. When they get too close or when you start to get trapped toward the cage attempt a takedown it doesn't make a difference if you get it or not you are just trying to create space and push him back. Watch for the clinch when fighting guys like silva if he does clinch you try to attempt a takedown as soon as you break from the mt clinch to dirty boxing clinch or over under. You will more than likely fail but your just trying to escape the clinch and create space. Every once in a while you may want to throw a leg kick but not that much because that's how you get flash koed.

Follow this strategy and you will ko people in the 4 yh or 5th round

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I agree. I learned this when fighting for title fights against people like Vitor. Another thing that I do is a lot of leg kicks after they punch so they can't counter. After you do it enough, they begin to limp around the octagon and can't stop a takedown at all.

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The best stand up strategy is don't stand up.
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is 2010 really that bad
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No dudes! 2010 is, what I always say, UFC's Mario 3 in comparison to 2009, which is UFC's Mario 2.

For stand up, just use R1 and flick the left stick to bob and weave. That add's soooo much dimension to the stand up game. In addition, if you do any attack, whether it's a punch or running punch, if you hit R1 immediately after, or before the attack is completed, you do a feint. That also adds a loooot of dimension to the stand up.

For clinching, it's just like the ground game now. For the single collar tie, you can also flick the right stick up or down like catching a strike, and it does just that. You can also do that when you're being pushed up against the fence and the opponent has a single collar tie or MT clinch.

As for the ground game. Well, I think we're all knowledgable in it, so I won't be disrespecting your intellects.

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