Conor Mcgregor’s Left Head Kick Vs Cowboy Breakdown

Conor Mcgregor’s Left Head Kick Vs Cowboy Breakdown

Conor Mcgregor’s left headkick broken down side by side Regian Eersel’s head kick knockout of Jo Nattawut on Lion Fight:

I was lucky enough to watch Regian’s knockout live after winning my last amateur fight before making my move to the pros to sign with the Lion Fight promotion. Same side combinations have really embedded themselves in my mind since that day.
Most are used to creating power by transferring their weight from one side to the other (jab or hook – rear kick, cross – lead kick for example) breaking this pattern shifts the timing of the shots and creates new opportunities for “hard to defend” combinations. Here is a video example of setting and breaking this pattern utilizing low kicks – KO Low Kick Tricks & Patterns (Low Kick Clinic).

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  1. Awesome breakdown!

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