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Michael Trizano vs. Seungwoo Choi Full Fight UFC 281 Part 1

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Michael Trizano vs. Seungwoo Choi UFC 281 MSG New York Fight Video Replay Livestream Full HD Part 1

Both men have skills in all areas of the fight game, but both tend to prefer striking. Michael Trizano stands Orthodox with great boxing, which he very well chains in combination. It is notable that he sometimes demonstrates a slight slowness in reactions so that when pressed forward and leading the exchanges, rather than sitting back and countering, it does far better. He struggles against particularly fast strikers when they can execute in and out movement giving him little opportunity to counter, but also overwhelms these same fighters if it is moving forward. His leading footwork is seamless with his boxing, stepping and sliding out left to set up his power shots on the right or gliding forward. Mixing his Boxing between the head and body are especially impressive When watching him fight, the techniques to watch include a very solid left hook and good teep that he will need to beat rangy strikers like Choi.

Seung Woo Choi is a very tall fighter for the division, but will only enjoy about an inch and half over Trizano. He has developed a very good long boxing style, especially his sniping right cross that has incredible power. Hehas had his most success countering the left kick and setting up his left hook, although this is less available against Trizano. He is likewise a conventional fighter rather than Southpaw. Watch for the cross if Trizano looks to switch his stance at any time . Choi also has a great right head kick that seems to come from nowhere as he has very little wind up to it.

Both men have great grappling skills but also evident holes in their game. Technically Choi is good but because it is not second nature in the same way striking is due to his Muay Thai background he falters in longer chain wrestling scenarios. Where he is most dangerous is on the back when he can take advantage of his long limbs, he transitions to the body triangle almost nonchalantly due to how smooth it is, and he is difficult to shake. Trizano has solid wrestling and excels at putting people on the fence, even if he can not take them down from there. Being able to work his way in and keep Choi 's back pinned is an important safety net if he finds himself having to deal with Choi 's power or needing to take his reach away. Trizano lacks something in his guard, opponents in the past have been able to pass somewhat easily relative to some other fighters around him but he has been able to scrabble and wrestle back for the most part .

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