A Female David and Goliath Match-up

Dana and Goliath. Goliatha? Whatever.

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  • Unka Kev

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    “Soul leaves body.” Love it.

  • Edward A.

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    The Punch Was Devastating.–I Could Feel The Punch Just Watching It…

  • Steve

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Ba Da Bing

  • Anthony

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    You know what I like most about fighters? People in general…humility. This chick has none. Yippee, she cold cocked the big girl. Act like a professional, throwing a “crotch chop” saying suck it? Really. Yeah, you’re just another dumb ass with a punch. BFD.

  • Rob

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    At least she didn’t gloat.

  • John

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    nice….thanks travis. have a great weekend.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Nice

  • RickO

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Nice sportmanship, er, sportswomanishship there. How many hip-thrusts were thrown after that wild, half-blind haymaker landed? Classy.

  • Joseph

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Travis,

    I looked at this several times, and I took away additional three lessons beside the chin (very important). I would like your comments as to whether or not I am correct.
    First, courage. The shorter woman was not at all intimidated by the taller one. Her confidence in her training was evident. She obviously trained specifically to fight a taller opponent.
    Second, twisting. It seems to me that the twisting of the head in two planes (inward and upward) caused the KO as much as the actual force.
    Third, distance. The shorter woman was excellent at entering at full body length and then getting the hell out of there before the taller fighter could set anything up.
    Great video, and inspiring to remember that the size (and training) of the fight in the dog counts as much as heft.

  • triarius

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Sorry, but I’m not American and females bashing each other on their gobs is not my cup of coffee. A tiny disappointment, as I hoped for some instruction.

  • Robbo

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Mikeayla Tyson.

  • Milt

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Trav:
    How did Ward get to be 18 & 0 with that lurching style? Most of her punches seemed un-“grounded”, using only her arm/shoulder muscles and none of her leg/abdominal strength. I drill my krav maga students that, although some punches are feints or set-ups, every punch they intend to land must have the ball of the (preferably) same-side foot solidly planted. But Wolfe did well given the disparity in reach. Good teaching-moment video. Thanks, Trav.
    Milt Rudy

  • Steve b

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Looks like the tall one forgot to keep the guard up when closing the gap. And focus more on what they are attempting to do to you, instead of what you think you can do to them. Don’t plan, just wait, and like Bruce Lee once said. The fist should strike on it’s own when the moment appears. DON’T THINK, FEEL !!!

  • Bambam

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Chin up; dropping every jab, what an open target. Not to mention the shorter opponent can throw a haymaker and guaranteed to hit anything. Shorter opponents less target to hit. Taller opponents will always be in some path of travel (of the fist, shin bone, ball bat). Enough time passed to time those dropped jabs. Freight train is a coming!

  • Glenn B

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    Both of these women were juiced to the tits

  • stephen

    Reply Reply June 22, 2018

    I mean she was leaving her chin wide open , even the stupid announcers could see it! hands not even really protecting ,the target!

  • lawrence

    Reply Reply June 23, 2018

    And her left hand, way down, out of place
    good video

  • PC

    Reply Reply June 23, 2018

    Disgusting when the winner dances over a downed opponent, zero class.

    • Mickael

      Reply Reply June 23, 2018

      well, what do you think of O’Connor’s, or actually most of the fighters , attitude when they win a fight? Except for Thai boxers and Kyokushinkai competitors this show of excitement and self satisfaction is quite common in sports nothing to do with disregard or disrespect to the opponent. Usually, but now, when you have a big opponent wearing a flag as a costume and clearly contemptuous before the fight starts I believe it’s hard to feel sorry to the point of showing remorse or even empathy with this opponent right away after having putting him/her down…Maybe few minutes latter but not right after IMHO…
      Have you ever been on a ring for a real fight?

    • Ben

      Reply Reply June 24, 2018

      ‘zero-class’ is one of the 3 things I look for in a woman, along with ‘desperation’ and ‘drunkenness’.

      • Greg

        Reply Reply July 23, 2018

        Ben,

        Don’t forget “low morals”….

  • Steve b.

    Reply Reply June 23, 2018

    Looked like the tall one tried a jab that was pulled back after about 10 inches, and was not close enough to be a real threat and cause a response ( a feint ), as Bruce Lee called it. Then continued forward dropping that same hand low and to the side extending it where the opponent was not. She needed to be more tuned into what the short one was doing. Thanks a lot Travis, you make me do a lot more thinking about the value of not thinking so much about what I want to do to them, but what they are trying to do to me. As Bruce Lee once said the fist can hit on its own, and will when the time is wright. Don’t think, feel (the gap in the dance) Your admirer, Steve

  • Carlos

    Reply Reply June 23, 2018

    Perfect example also how Trav teaches fake shot into an overhand right. Works like a charm! Leprechauns have been getting away with it for years protecting their gold, I’m glad they share their marshmallows though! yumm

    The one handed barber out!

  • Leonard

    Reply Reply June 23, 2018

    The winner did what her fans clearly wanted her to do. Boxing is clearly not a sport of the sensitive, warm and fuzzy type.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply June 24, 2018

    The taller woman’s punches were hardly ever even on target: she was leaning back even as she threw them which cause them to be up and away… and opened her chin/neck to this easy shot. She looked very tentative out there: fresh meat in the ring for sacrifice.

  • WineGuy

    Reply Reply June 24, 2018

    The taller woman’s punches were hardly ever even on target: she was leaning back even as she threw them which cause them to be up and away… and opened her chin/neck to this easy shot. She looked very tentative out there: fresh meat in the ring for sacrifice.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply June 24, 2018

    Baboom. Wide open.

  • Angelo

    Reply Reply June 25, 2018

    That female fighter goliath, looked weak in her punches, combinations were out of coordination, foot work was unstable and body off balance. No rythum, no stratagy, afraid of getting hit, chin was way up in the air.In a fight wether real or compitition you have to get hit so get used to it and come back fighting. Goliath fell like a cedar tree; timber!!!!! Oh yes ! Hate the victory dance thing, the winner looked like she danced in the tribes of copalunga….

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply June 25, 2018

    Y’all sit on your ass and judge real tough behind the monitor most of you haven’t fought in the back yard let alone a pro fight these fighters work hard and deserve blow off some steam and when a mother fucker talk shit leading up to the event and get they ass whooped it’s gratifying fuck class it fighting not Nobel peace prize candidates.easy solution fuckers if you don’t like it don’t watch

  • Gregorio

    Reply Reply July 16, 2018

    Me gusto muy mucho. Un mas cerveza, por favor.

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