Jack Slack's Book Launch Party!

Hey guys,

Most of the guys in the fanposts section know who I am nowadays, but I wanted to express massive thanks to you all for your support and critique in recent months.

Over the past few months I have been working on my first book "Advanced Striking: Tactics of Kickboxing Boxing and MMA Masters".

In this book I have endeavored to demonstrate some of the techniques that I feel have proved most successful for some of the best strikers in the world. The techniques are all described and demonstrated in detail, with reference to where you can view the professionals utilizing them.

I really hope that this book can help educate MMA fans, and give casual and hardcore striking practitioners some new techniques to play with.





Introduction. 6

The Purpose of This Book. 6

For the Boxing, Kickboxing or MMA Student 6

For the Fan. 6

How to Watch a Fight 7

A Note on Photos. 8

Badr Hari – The Golden Boy of K-1. 9

Switch Kick. 10

Right Straight to the Body. 11

Head – Body – Head – Head. 12

A Second Variation. 14

Drawing Hook. 16

Ernesto Hoost – Mr. Perfect 17

3 – 4 – 3 Low Kick. 18

Counter Low Kick. 19

Knee Spike. 20

The Diaz Brothers – Machismo Powered Volume Punchers. 21

Lever Punch or "Doubling Up". 22

Drawing Parry. 23

Window Stance. 24

Floyd Mayweather Jr. - The Pretty Boy. 25

Elbow Block. 26

Hook and Clutch. 27

Body Jab. 28

The Mayweather Cross Counter Variation. 29

Shoulder Roll Counters. 30

A Second Variation. 31

Buakaw Por. Pramuk – The White Lotus. 32

Probing Lead and Teep. 33

Step Up Knee. 34

Teep Defence. 35

Frankie Edgar – The Undersized Answer. 36

Jabbing to Knee Tap. 37

Knee Tap to Liver Kick. 39

Outside Low Kick. 40

Edgar Pivot 41

Junior dos Santos - Cigano. 42

Hands Low Stance. 43

Body Straight Counter 44

Left Hook – Right Uppercut 45

Andy Hug – The Blue Eyed Samurai 46

Hug Tornado. 47

Axe Kick. 49

Round Kick – Rear Straight 50

Sugar Ray Robinson – Boxing's Smoothest Fighter. 51

'Operation Left Hook' 52

Safety Lead. 54

Shoe Shine Flurries. 55

Anderson Silva – The Spider at the Center of the Middleweight Web. 56

Southpaw Takedown Defense. 57

Pursuing Right Hook. 58

Front Snap Kick. 59

Back Elbow.. 60

Outside Low Kick Trap. 61

Inside Low Kick Trap. 62

Alistair Overeem – The Strongest in Seven Billion. 63

The Cross Counter 64

'The Uberknee' 65

Lunging Right Hand. 66

Stepping Lead Uppercut 67

Fedor Emelianenko – The Last Emperor. 68

Casting Punch. 69

Right Straight – Left Uppercut – Left Hook. 70

Zulu. 71

Inside Hand Trap. 72

Joe Louis – The Brown Bomber. 73

Jab – Left Hook – Right Hook. 74

Braddock KO.. 75

Back-Step Jab – Uppercut – Left Hook. 76

Jersey Joe Walcott – The Savviest Man in Boxing. 77

Side Steps. 78

Cakewalk. 79

'The Perfect Punch' 80

Manny Pacquiao – The Saviour of Boxing. 81

The Hatton Side Step. 82

Double Left Straight 83

Weaving Right Hook. 83

Weaving Right Hook. 84

B.J. Penn – The Prodigy. 85

Slipping Counter Jab. 86

Sean Sherk Running Combination. 88

Open Guard Cross Counter 89

Jack Johnson – The Galvaston Giant 90

Jabbing into the Clinch. 91

The Jack Johnson Uppercut 92

Underhook Left Hook. 94

Roy Jones Jr. - Mr Unstoppable. 95

Right Lead Stance. 96

Upper Arms Defence. 98

Step Back Lead Uppercut 99

Step Back Right Straight 100

Jerome Le Banner – The Hercules of K-1. 101

Lead Low Kick. 102

Lead Low Counter 103

'The Millennium KO' 104

Giorgio Petrosyan – The Southpaw Doctor of Muay Thai 105

Jab – Pull – Lead Hook. 106

Jab – Step Back – Cross Counter 107

Southpaw Knee Strike. 108

The Petrosyan Shift 109

Against an Opponent 110

\The FanPosts are solely the subjective opinions of Bloody Elbow readers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Bloody Elbow editors or staff.

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