Monday, December 16, 2013

Engraving Method: Jab-Cross-Knee

Aikpracha or Eakpracha. Same same.

This is part 1 of my new Engraving series. One of my favorite Muay Thai fighters is Aikpracha Meenayothin (1). He is known for his aggressive style of marching his opponents down with violent knees and hateful elbows.

His fight against the scrappy Warren Stevelmans (2) at Max Muay (3) Thai is the first to come to mind when highlighting Aikpracha's style of forward pressure. Aikpracha's hostile method along with his southpaw stance was the perfect formula to off balanced and smash his game opponent.


We'll take a look at the jab-cross-knee combo Aikpracha used on Stevelmans as Stevelmans is defending. Keep in mind Aikpracha is in a southpaw stance while Stevelmans is in orthodox, which makes the angle of the rear knee land perfectly. Enjoy!

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Danny Millet, is a pro fighter, muay Thai kickboxing trainer at 5 Points Academy (NYC) and when fueled by copious amounts of coffee, a blogger who breaks down and analyses fights. 

Danny decided to aim his life in a different direction and took the plunge by quitting his job of 11 years and donating his belongings. He moved to Thailand where he lived in a Thai boxing gym for 2 years, training full time along side high level fighters like Pornsanae SitMonchai, KongFah Aood DonMuang, Kanongsuk ChuWatthana, JomThong ChuWatthana and fighting in prestigious shows such as Rajadamnern, Lumphini, Petch Buncha, M150, and MBK.

After getting sliced open from elbows in his 1st and 2nd pro fight, Danny took the healing time to do his homework of studying and analyzing the training, tactics & techniques of high profile fighters.  If you're looking to improve your fight game contact Danny Millet to schedule a training session or check out his free training & fighting information on Youtube, and  Facebook.

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