Mike Tyson Five rules to knockout
If you want to learn how to knock someone ask “Iron” Mike Tyson. In this video Tyson spoke with longtime commentator on HBO Larry Merchant, giving his five rules for the knockout.
“What is needed for a real nokautyor to do the job?” Asks Merchant.
What follows is an important lesson from one of the most impressive nokautyori in history.
“It does not matter whether you are big or not. This is not important in terms of the knockouts. The main point is how quickly kicks, and the advantage you have in shoulder movement. ”
“The main aim of trying to knockout to firing in which the other person can not see. Then comes combinations. When the making strikes you keep your mind on your opponent busy hit in the body and the two shots that follow in my head are those who knock him out. ”
“There knockouts with a single blow, in which You make a blow to the body, then shot in the head. Then the mind of your opponent is again busy with the first blow before the second followed. ”
Here are five basic rules for successful Mike Tyson knockout:
- Movement of the shoulder
- Firing, which can not see
- Knockout with one punch
Numbers 4 and 5 are variations on the following philosophy – make your opponent to focus on one shot and then knocked him down with another. This attack is not visible and that it causes knockouts. Numbers 3, 4 and 5 can also be combined – compel opponents to focus on one shot, then hit it from an angle that he does not see.
1 and 2 also fall within the rules of Tyson. First, focus on technique with proper movement of the shoulder. Then focus on speed. Knockout alone will come.
If you act in the wrong order, first focus on power without understanding the role of technology and speed, may never reach knockout. This is ironic, because you will exercise your power with the idea of doing a knockout, then you will not be where you want to be.
Never forget what Mike Tyson says – “no matter how big, when it comes to a knockout.”
Instead, focus on your technique. Learn the proper movement of the shoulder, then add speed. Learn to send dissipating shock, and then apply and blow that your opponent does not see.