Combat Course: Lessons from the Cage

Since Jun 27, 2017 Kostas Fantaousakis is a blogger/technique analyst for

He posts articles on a weekly basis in a series titled: "Combat Course: Lessons from the Cage"

Please keep in mind that the main focus of these posts is to educate rather than entertain. These are not your usual highlight reel knockouts or submissions. In this series, coaches, fighters and educated fans who train in MMA or in the individual disciplines which comprise mixed martial arts will be able to examine some effective and/or alternative techniques which can be added to their arsenal.

These are techniques that can be incorporated both in a training and a fighting situation. Of course chance, fatigue or a bad day in a fighter’s life can influence the successful application of a technique, but nevertheless, all techniques examined in this series are based on solid concepts or fundamental principles.

This is a great opportunity for students of the game to appreciate diverse approaches to MMA fighting. This diversity of fighting backgrounds, when applied in action against each-other, is what makes our sport so exciting.

That said, here is Kostas' contribution to the library of MMA techniques and combinations:

77. To catch an Eagle, Part 3: Khabib Nurmagomedov’s tripod & ground control system
76. To catch an Eagle, Part 2: Khabib Nurmagomedov’s wrestling & submission game
75. To catch an Eagle, Part 1: Khabib Nurmagomedov’s striking game
74. Essential MMA techniques: Spectacular High Kicks
73. Essential MMA techniques: High Kicks, part 1
72. Essential MMA techniques #2: Kicks to the body
63. MMA Technique Analysis: Countering the overhand right, part 1

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