Learn former UFC Top Lightweight Yes Edwards’ fighting style that he used to smash opposition through his pioneering MMA career!
- Master how to counter kicks with kicks and make your opponent careful to lift their leg off the ground
- Fight your way into the clinch and effective use the double collar tie against the cage or wall to strike with damage and technique
- Learn when it's time to fight and when it's time to be patient so you can stay safe and stay conscious with these strategies for maximum success
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Fight With Cage-Crafted Tactics For Ruthlessly Effective Strikes With A Strong Technical Foundation And A Whole Lotta Smart Aggression From Bellator, PRIDE, & UFC Veteran Yves Edwards!
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What Will You Learn?
MMA Pioneer Yves Edwards was known for his aggressive, highlight reel loving style. While it seems like Thugjitsu, Yves’s self-described style of fighting, came naturally to the master, there is a ton of technical foundation behind this style. In Enter Thugjitsu, you’ll get a peek behind the curtain on how to fight aggressively and not just be a bull charging forward blindly.
Learn how to effectively defend against and counter your opponent’s kicks. From scoop parries to put your opponent in a bad position to the classic block and counter kick. Learn how to land devastating kick counters whether you or your opponent are in orthdox or southpaw stance. Finally learn how to set up and land kicks of your own that your opponent won’t see coming.
Learn the fundamentals of defending against punches and how to make sure that your defense doesn’t just turn into your opponent’s offense. There’s a difference between parrying punches and grabbing your opponent’s hand. In Enter Thugjitsu, you’ll learn the difference and why it's important to not chase your opponent's hand when you’re just trying to get it out of the way.
Finally, it wouldn’t be Thugjitsu unless we talked about grappling, especially when it comes to the clinch. In Enter Thugjitsu you’ll learn just how to dominate and smash your opponent in the clinch. You’ll be able to not only work your way into strong positions but you’ll be able to maintain those positions and be easily able to escape any clinch positions your opponent puts you in.