Brutal Head Kick Street Fight Knockout

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Typically with my students, we never train to kick high during our training. Mostly this is because it’s difficult to develop the speed, power and flexibility to deliver a high kick unless you’ve been training them for years. They’re also easier to defend against, and creates a lot of instability for the person throwing the kick.

This video is actually interesting because one of the fighters uses it QUITE effectively. If his opponents just kept his hands up in a more defensive nature, he’d at least have a chance.


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Matt Bryers is owner and head instructor at the Jiu-Jitsu and Strength Academy in Cromwell, CT. Matt is a 3rd degree Kobukai Ju-Jitsu Blackbelt, certified H2H Combat Instructor, Certified Strongman Instructor and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Brown Belt / instructor. He has been training wrestling, submission grappling, Jiu-Jitsu and combat related martial arts for over 16 years. Matt is also the main strength and conditioning coach at the JSA. He is a Certified Poundstone Performance Strongman Instructor, Crossfit Strongman Certified, and certified TRX Suspension Trainer instructor. Matt has competed in many wrestling, submission grappling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, amateur strongman tournaments and a professional mixed martial arts fight. Matt’s goals are to always try to learn and improve his Jiu-Jitsu, strongman lifts, hand to hand combat, and martial arts skills. He trains regularly with his peers, students, and teachers to improve himself both as a teacher and martial artist.