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When Fighting a bigger stronger opponent a common problem occurs. Fighting them form the outside can be difficult since they have the longer reach and fighting them from the inside can also be difficult because the height allows them a lot of leverage for the Muay Thai plum. Muay Thai Legend Yodsanklai show's one solution to this common problem in his fight vs Chike Lindsay. The reverse cross-face is a powerful option to not only deflect the bigger stronger opponent but to attack him as well. When using the reverse cross-face you are essentially putting yourself in a headlock position that allows your opponent to possibly throw you with a headlock throw. Since headlock throws are not allowed in Muay Thai some of you maybe scared to you the reverse cross-face in a street situation or MMA fight. My answer to that is that you should not fear the headlock. The headlock in my opinion is easy to counter and will often be to the advantage of the person being headlocked. Be sure to chec
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