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Defending the Dangerous Southpaw Roundhouse | #AskKenshin Episode 1

  • Posted on Aug 01, 2018
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New YouTube series - #AskKenshin Episode 1! I've started doing Q&As on Patreon for my Patrons. They asked me the best fight nerd questions. I knew I have some of the biggest technique nerds following my work! If you have a question, drop them below. I may answer / make it into a video, but due to quantity my Patrons will receive priority Q&A. Episode 1 features: Q1: What are your thoughts on the southpaw roundhouse? Yodsanklai, Samkor and many others have dominated with this tactic against orthodox fighters. Kenshin: The southpaw roundhouse demonstrated by Yodsanklai and Samkor is extremely effective. This is even more so against punchers, for the same reasons the switch kick is so effective. In southpaw, the left kick has even more power than the switch kick. What I find important to note is that Yodsanklai was not a prolific left kicker until he fought international opponents. The switch kick or the southpaw left kick has been used historically to dominant most international
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