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  • a year ago
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MMA H.E.A.T.'s Karyn Bryant sits down with former UFC Light Heavyweight Champ Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and hears what he has to say about his fight with Glover Teixeira, which took place three days earlier at the UFC on FOX 6 event on January 26th, 2013. Rampage didn't have the chance to do a post-fight interview on the broadcast, so he takes this opportunity to speak to his fans after what may have been his last fight inside the UFC's octagon. Rampage lets us know why he wants to leave the o watch video >>

  • a year ago
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Here is an often overlooked transition. Mount is one of the most dominate positions but there are times when it is not the best choice (mainly when your opponent is so large that your knees don't hit the floor). When that times arrives it is important to have a technical dismount that leaves you in a dominate position. This technique focuses on taking the head out of alignment, dominating the hips and back stepping. Keep in mind that when you back step it is very important to post that foot watch video >>

  • a year ago
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Moving into the Side Control position I briefly discuss the different type of hand grips and body positions in Side Control. I then explain how to get into the "one pec theory" position and how to maintain control. After discussing how to maintain control I show a basic submission, the Paper Cutter. This submission relies on good body pressure and when you practice this you should remember to roll up onto your opponent and never let your hips or knees touch the floor (for the setup). Make su watch video >>

  • a year ago
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A look at the Kimura from Side Control. This is a very common submission that is used from a lot of different positions but some positions are a little more difficult than others. I personally find submitting someone from Side Control to be one of the most difficult variations of the Kimura. It takes a lot of practice to feel comfortable switching your hips while you have that Kimura grip in side control. As I stated at the beginning of the video never let your back angle towards the floor watch video >>

  • a year ago
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Learn how to fight and flow through all three axis positions to adjust your offensive and defensive capabilities during a fight. Learning how to flow through all three axis positions allows you to be more offensive or defensive at the right times, create new attack angles, and be more skilled and elusive as a fighter. Triple axis fighters are highly advanced and can change their position instead of being one-dimensional and always fighting from the same boxing stance or position. Check out the watch video >>

  • 4 years ago
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New positions, moves, and--of course--fighters grace the upcoming UFC Undisputed 2010 in this interview with Neven Dravinski, Dana White and Martin Kampmann.

Publisher: THQ
Developer: THQ
Release Date: May 25, 2010
Platforms: Sony PSP, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360


New Game coming out UFC Undisputed 2010 following the first one. watch video >>