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How do you fight a bigger stronger opponent is maybe the number one question I keep getting on this channel. Im been meaning to make a "How to fight and Bigger and Stronger Opponent" episode for some time now. This will be the first of many I hope, If this video gets plenty of likes I will make sure to stay on this topics with varies pointers on how to fight the big and strong not only in the stand up realm but also on the ground. Look for future videos on how to defeat a bigger and stronger opponent in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Striking and regarding takedowns.
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