Learn How To Knockout Your Opponent 20 Different Ways (Video)

Being on the receiving end of a knockout is a moment you’ll never forget – after you’ve regained consciousness, that is.

Muay Thai, also known as the art of eight limbs, requires its practitioners to utilize a combination of fists, elbows, knees, and shins offensively and defensively. Although it is largely characterized as one of the most vicious and brutal martial arts, it also showcases beautiful techniques and strategic tactics.

This is especially evident in the knockout combinations of three-time Lumpinee Muay Thai World Champion and ONE Championship Superstar Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichok. In this video, Dejdamrong showcases his ability to use all of the eight limbs of Muay Thai in executing combinations that will surely end in a vicious knockout. 

Don’t forget, knocking out your opponent requires you to be smarter, faster and more technically competent than them. Thus, as with any martial art, the key to perfecting these combinations is constant practice.

The power to improve lies in your hands. Train hard and make sure you understand techniques to the point that they become instinct.

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