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How to beat a kickboxing opponent who is better than you?

Postby kayanat » Wed Mar 18, 2009 6:48 am

How to beat a kickboxing opponent who is better than you? In many sports (especially soccer) an inferior team can play in a certain way to frustrate a superior opponent, and then if they're lucky snatch a lead at an opportune moment. Is this possible in kickboxing? Would you do things like just keep moving around so they can't reach you, wait till they're tired or off balance, then get a quick strike in?
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Re: How to beat a kickboxing opponent who is better than you?

Postby gigica1 » Wed Mar 18, 2009 8:50 am

you have to train train train and become better :D
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Re: How to beat a kickboxing opponent who is better than you?

Postby Troy Paulamalu » Fri Mar 20, 2009 3:44 am

bigbran wrote:Bob Sapp vs Ernesto Hoost... twice.

It made no sense... twice, but it's a perfect example of a kickboxer beating someone way better than him.

I guess what bigbran means is to bullrush your opponent if he's way better than you. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: How to beat a kickboxing opponent who is better than you?

Postby gigica1 » Fri Mar 20, 2009 10:24 am

bigbran wrote:Bob Sapp vs Ernesto Hoost... twice.

It made no sense... twice, but it's a perfect example of a kickboxer beating someone way better than him.


i disagree...Bob Sapp was not a kickboxer. That's an example of a 370 pounds freak pounding on a 235 pounds kickboxer. I still don't understand how Hoost just stood there eating those telegraphed (understatement) punches ... BS wins for Sapp ... rigged
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