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Conventional wisdom is that out-fighters tend to do poorly against the pressure of in-fighters. Although Panpayak is an out-fighter, he can attack when ‪‎advancing‬, retreating‬ or standing toe to toe.

This versatility gives Panpayak the ability to dominate the entire fight, regardless of whether his opponent comes to him or backs away. It enables him to be successful against in-fighters, brawlers, other out-fighters and boxer-punchers alike.

Aspiring ‪‎muaythai‬ ‪#fighters‬ should take note of Panpayak’s example and learn to be proficient in all phases of combat.

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http://muaythaianalyst.com/2015/04/attacking-while-advancing-retreating-standing-panpayak/






 
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