Thursday, September 07, 2006

Throw from the Thai Clinch

You have only only two choices offensively when you use a Thai clinch (see this, this, this, and this): knee strikes or throw. There are good reasons for both. As long as you can keep the initiative and land the knee, you should keep doing it. Your opponent will either try to escape, counter, neutralize, or go down from the strikes. If he goes down, great. Counters and escapes have been the subject of other posts (see here, and especially here). Here we will discuss what to do if your opponent tries to escape, or neutralizes your clinch. Watch this series for how Sam handles Daniel's attempt to neutralize his Thai clinch. Daniel has the shorts with a blue stripe.

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