Posts tagged "Boxing for MMA. Adapting boxing for MMA"

Interview with Chicago MMA Fighter Mark Miller - How to Adapt Boxing for MMA

When you ask most MMA fighters about the key components to MMA training, they testify that they are boxing, Thai kicks, wrestling defense and Brazilian jiu jitsu.  Although this is rarely disputed, there are more layers to this answer than the mere practice of these 4 different sports.  In fact, MMA has evolved into its... Read more »

Interview with a Chicago MMA Fighter Jeff Curran About Adjusting Boxing for MMA

When you ask most MMA fighters about the key components to MMA training, they testify that they are boxing, Thai kicks, wrestling defense and Brazilian jiu jitsu.  Although this is rarely disputed, there are more layers to this answer than the mere practice of these 4 different sports.  In fact, MMA has evolved into its... Read more »

5 Overall Adjustments for MMA Fighters to their Boxing Training and Punching Game

George St. Pierre, like most Great MMA fighters has adjusted the traditional boxer’s stance to a more open position, squared forward to address take down attempts, block muay thai style kicks and have the ability to shoot.   1. Your fighting stance needs to be more versitle to accommodate the threat of takedowns and kicks. ... Read more »
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