That may well be the most efficient KO I’ve ever seen. Tap, dink, out.
Brother is a surgeon with his strikes!
Not only great timing and attributes but the creativity of that.. Being able to just act in the moment… I’ve never seen that sort of move before. That fighter should get to name it, or it be named after him. Anyway, great find/post, truly awesome.
Excellent video! I couldn’t even figure out what happened until you slowed it down.
God damn gorgeous.
John P Lyda Jr
Awesome you are so right about predictability
I just love your videos. I find them so helpful. Thanks a lot!
Sweep the leg johnny. So good! My question is.. is there a technique for a non telegraphing breath jut before throwing a strike? I feel like when I’m hitting the bag I either clinch up, scrunch up my face and snort or both when I throwing a punch. This feels like a give away that I’m about to throw a punch and not have as much effect on the opponent. Thanks again and keep up the awesome work! Tait
Beautiful timing of the opponents predictable shuffle. PRACTICE!!
You a bitch cuz. ?? fuking scammer
Wow. Assnonymous, your so brave. There you made your ignorant comment. Now go away, the grown-ups are talking.
Honestly one of the luckiest and unluckiest knockouts I’ve ever seen lmao! Aggressor deserved it for simply being careless with his foot placement and weight distribution, but the striker was either just in the right place at the right time and had great awareness or just reacted amazingly to a very lucky trip due to mistaken weight placement but I guarantee that the outcome wasn’t his plan. Nonetheless, only training to make his knee his natural reaction to the trip can be the reason he reacted so great so yea. Honestly I find myself arguing with myself about the whole thing on who to award or what’s to blame but I’m obviously not going to come to a conclusion that doesn’t have a valid argument so I’ll just say that either way, I doubt I’ll ever see that series of events happen again in a pro fight but I’m really glad I did lol. I’d hate to be the dumbass on the losing end of that video though!
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Hey Trav, that’s simply incredible. Where do you find this stuff? So you know the name of the assassin in this clip? Also, what promotion is he fighting for? Thanks, JD
That was gorgeous nothing else needs to be said.
First that was awesome. But, it looks like his knee and hand were down on the mat. Is that an illegal knee to the head of a downed opponent?
I’m 70 and have been training for 48 years/ 3 days week minimum. After Golden gloves, the only times I missed any training was when Vietnam got in the way. Yeah, you have to work a little harder and use a lot of Ben gay, but your eyes see openings, younger men miss. Age is relative and I’ll train until I die or they quit making Bengay. You have to build up muscle mass to reduce the damage from a kick of punch. The only extra equipment we wear is boxers head gear. I train at a club I started and we don’t have age classes. While you are still a young 50, buy these videos and learn. Sometimes young men haven’t learned to respect others. I guarantee quie a few young men leaned the meaning of respect the hard way. You never underestimate your opponent or write him off as an old guy . I’m 6’ and 200 lbs and paid dearly to learn. When we spar, nobody pays attention on my age, nor do any of us “pull”punches. I love going into the gym and feel great afterwards. I learn something new every day.
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