Hendo teaches how to throw the H-Bomb

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                    <p>In 2008, ZUFFA CEO Lorenzo Fertitta famously told The Atlantic Magazine that you can sum up the power of MMA in three words - &quot;HOLY F---ING S---.&quot;</p>

"... there’s the holy s--- factor," explained Fertitta. "Actually, they said ‘the holy f---ing s--- factor.’ It happens at every fight. At least one or two times in every UFC show, whether you say it out loud or you say it to yourself, you go, ‘holy s--- did that just happen?’ I mean, you might see somebody do a flip, get kicked in the head, get knocked out with a punch. At some point, you’re going ‘whoah, did that just happen? Did I really just see that?’ That’s the nucleus of what our product is."

There are a number of attacks that can make an audience collectively gasp.

Joe Lauzon's submissions do it.

Lyoto Machida's kicks do it.

But of everything that can happen to you in the Octagon, nothing is worse than the H-Bomb. Here Dan Henderson teaches you how.

 

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Step 1 - be genetically gifted.

Step 2 - work out a lot to get even stronger.

Step 3 - throw a pretty sloppy hook, that due to your genetic gifts, and hard work, is now a thunderous death blow.

Step 4 - profit.

Simple but effective.

"I want it to go right THROUGH his face" Yes you do Danny, yes you epically do.

raoullduke - Step 1 - be genetically gifted.

Step 2 - work out a lot to get even stronger.

Step 3 - throw a pretty sloppy hook, that due to your genetic gifts, and hard work, is now a thunderous death blow.

Step 4 - profit.
Step -5 TRT Phone Post 3.0

Dan doesn't give a fuck letting the whole world know how he sets up his best punch Phone Post 3.0

Does UG blog have a template with the holy shit factor quote?

I learned a nice tight overhand right from a sick boxer who had over 22 KO's with it professionally.

I like the tight overhand. Phone Post 3.0

in for the tight overhand right tutorial

His timing is imo what really makes that right work. His hit on Fedor was under the chin and perfect. The last fight he threw the right while twisting the other guy's body into the punch. No doubt he's very strong and has amazing power but nothing beats timing.

Study the set-ups all you want. You still cant hide from it. It will find you.

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Glovegate - Does UG blog have a template with the holy shit factor quote?

Just an HTML tag button. It's between the Bold and Italics buttons.

The tag code is <hs>.

Telamon - His timing is imo what really makes that right work. His hit on Fedor was under the chin and perfect. The last fight he threw the right while twisting the other guy's body into the punch. No doubt he's very strong and has amazing power but nothing beats timing.
True. It's the biggest factor and hard to learn. Moving under someone else's right to throw yours takes some balls too. Phone Post 3.0

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The Sultan - I learned a nice tight overhand right from a sick boxer who had over 22 KO's with it professionally.

I like the tight overhand. Phone Post 3.0

teach it to us bruh
First step is to have an effective jab. Its very important for the opponent to respect your jab.

Next step is to really make sure you are loose and relaxed throughout your entire body. As most here already know, its extremely important to have loose and relaxed strikes.

Next is the setup. There are several you can use, but i prefer the jab set up.

- Find your range.... ...jab your opponent as you normally would and find your range so that when you whip your overhand it will clip clean across the chin.

- Execution.....when you are ready to let it go. Pump your jab and step forward at the same time. As you are bringing your left back to your own chin, uncork towards your opponent with a hip twist and a drive from your legs. Twist your upper torso in to the strike cleanly so that you generate a ton of force.....keep your fist tight and a loose relaxed arm. Punch through the opponents chin. Your target is about 6 - 12 inches past your opponents face. This will help punctuate the drive.

After you have gone through the motion, bring your right arm back to guard position and side step to cut an angle by stepping with your left and turning.

That way you are building in a fundamental boxing movement in to your technique that simultaneously works from an offensive and defensive perspective. Phone Post 3.0

I love it when we get insights like this,really great info thanks Dan Phone Post 3.0

With the Bravo lockdown and now this... I'll be unbeatable.

jasonhightower - 


With the Bravo lockdown and now this... I'll be unbeatable.


especially if you have "that look in your eyes"

rapewhistle - 
jasonhightower - 


With the Bravo lockdown and now this... I'll be unbeatable.


especially if you have "that look in your eyes"


I do.