Clinch Gear Technique of the Week: Ed Buckley’s Spinning Back Elbow


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Team Quest Muay Thai instructor Ed Buckley shows how to execute a spinning back elbow strike.

Buckley has over 20 years of training extensively in Muay Thai kickboxing. As a professional trainer, he has produced many world renowned Muay Thai and MMA champions including America’s only six-time world kickboxing champion Danny “Hard As” Steele.

Clinch Gear, an MMAWeekly.com sponsor, produces this line of technique of the week videos especially for MMAWeekly.com readers.

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