MMA Techniques In Real Fights: Southpaw Fighting

When you watch a technique video online and read the comments it can be difficult to tell which if any are legit and whether or not the technique will really work.

This can be the case especially if you haven’t had a chance to build up a solid foundation and understanding through experience.

Naysayers will argue, “That will never work, because all you’d have to do is blah blah.” There are times when these arguments have merit and others when such claims are baseless.

So how do you know which claims to believe?

Well one way is to simply watch the techniques being used in actual fights.

And that is exactly what we present to you this week on Damage Control MMA. Earlier this year we presented our members with a 16 video instructional on How to Counter a Southpaw and shared a few of the clips with the public in our blog post on the subject.

As you can see in the video above, it doesn’t need to be fancy, hard to learn, or overly complex to be effective. And that’s what we specialize in here at DamageControlMMA.com Bringing our members, simple, easy to learn, effective techniques that give results.

Let the naysayers type on. 90% of them talk loud and say nothing. They never present original, informative material of their own. They’ve never posted any videos let alone competed, or shown proof of their expertise in fights of their own or through their student body.

You have our guarantee that whenever possible we will show you our techniques being applied, personally or by our fighters/students whenever possible. We’ve done it since the beginning and will continue to do so throughout the life of this project.

If you’ve experienced good results with our techniques, or even seen examples of techniques we’ve taught used effectively in fights, please let us know in the comments below.

 

Happy Hunting!

3 replies
  1. naturalbornfighter1
    naturalbornfighter1 says:

    AMAZING!!!! I loved this blog. There’s so much I want to say about this blog but I would take up a whole blog about it myself. 🙂 This is another reason why DCMMA is the best MMA instructional website out. I have caught and been caught with so many of these techniques, the 45 degree step out, The ankle cross lock come to mind straight away.
    The 45 degree step out is something that to the untrained eye looks like the puncher just missed. so many people would have no Idea that it’s deliberately practiced in order to avoid the punch.
    Also twice this week I was rolling and I’ve got into a triangle position. My opponents have tried to defend by using the telephone defence. Knowing the artery positioning from ‘the anatomy of a triangle choke’ video I’ve slipped my forearm along the side of the neck and grabbed my own shin to get the tap.
    Once again Great Blog!!! Well done Dr.Sick and Coach Kiser!!!

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