Jab Cross

The jab cross combination, also referred to as the 1-2, is a “bread and butter” combo that is seen very often in boxing competition. It is a very versatile combination, and it can be thrown in conjunction with other strikes for a larger combo. In this video, Boxing World Champion…

Underhook Position Basic Setup Elbow Pop

The underhook position can be used to control your opponent and set up many different takedowns. Securing the underhook position can occur from a variety of pummeling situations. Properly controlling an underhook will put your opponent on the defensive as well as set up multiple offensive takedown opportunities. For this…

Cross Block

A cross block is a variation of the regular block technique. Some individuals may find it more suitable to their style and specific stance. Learning the cross block offers a fighter the ability to vary their counterattacks. By mixing up the defensive techniques, it prevents the opponent from accurately predicting…

Right Kick

The right kick in Muay Thai is typically aimed towards the leg, body, or head of an opponent. In order to gain the most amount of power from the kick, there needs to be rotation from the hip and foot as well as a downward swing of the arm. In…

Jab Cross Hook

Once a boxer has mastered all of boxing’s single punches, it is time to begin stringing them together in combinations. Punching combinations vary widely and allow for some creativity on the part of the boxer. The best boxers are able to string together combinations of punches that constantly keep an…