This is a sequel to Muay Thai’s fierce elbow attack, causing the opponent’s head to bleed, his vision confused, his liver burst ribs, and he fell to the ground instantly.
First, pull and fall
The other person stepped forward and hugged our waist with both hands; We immediately wrap our hands around the back of his neck or grab both shoulders and pull back forcefully (Figure 1-1). Constantly moving upwards, we quickly move backwards while pulling the opponent back, and press the back of the opponent’s neck or shoulders down with both hands, forcing the opponent’s center of gravity to rush forward, lose balance, and fall to the ground (Figure 1-2).
Second, wear armpits over the back fall
When the opponent hits us in the head with a left swing punch or a straight left fist, we quickly dodge to the left and grab the opponent’s left wrist with our right hand; Quickly turn back to the right while passing your left hand under the opponent’s left armpit and clasping his left shoulder; Then quickly lean down, raise your hips, and lift the other person on your back (Figure 2-1). Constantly moving up, our hands lean forward and pull the opponent’s left arm downwards to throw the opponent off our back (Figure 2-2).
Third, the elbow sweep kick falls
The opponent wrapped his hands around the back of our neck and hit our chest and abdomen with his knees; At this point, our upper body is quickly straightened and the elbow bones of the opponent’s elbows are lifted up with both hands, forcing their arms to straighten and not hard to clamp my neck, thereby alleviating the attack on the opponent’s knees, and at the same time hooking or sweeping the opponent’s support legs with one leg (Figure 3-1). The upward movement is non-stop, while we sweep and kick the opponent’s supporting leg with our legs, our bodies twist in the opposite direction, and with the twisting momentum, our hands pull the opponent’s arms hard and drive their upper body, forcing the opponent’s body to lose its center of gravity and fall to the ground (Figure 3-2).
4. Hold your knees and fall on your face
The opponent attacked us with his knees; We immediately hold the knee socket with one hand and lift it upwards, while pushing the opponent’s face forward and down with the other hand (Figure 4-1), causing the opponent’s upper body to fall backwards and lose the center of gravity (Figure 4-2).
5. Hold the waist and fall on the face
When the opponent attacks us with a knee around our neck with both hands, we immediately move closer to the opponent, wrap one hand around his waist and pull back forcefully, while the other hand pushes forward and the opponent’s face, causing the opponent’s upper body to fall backwards and lose the center of gravity (Figure 5).
6. Twist the legs
The opponent kicks our left rib with a mid-right sweeping leg, and we immediately grab his right leg with his left hand, while grabbing his left shoulder with his right hand, then lifting his left hand up, pressing down with his right hand, and twisting his body to the left, causing the opponent’s body to lose balance and fall to the ground (Fig. 6).
7. Don’t fall when you hold your legs
The opponent kicks our left rib with a mid right sweep, and we quickly turn to the left and grab the opponent’s right calf with both hands, while pinning the opponent’s support leg left leg with our left foot (Figure 7-1). Moving upward, our body quickly twists to the left and presses down on the opponent’s right leg with the right shoulder, forcing the opponent’s body to lose balance and fall (Figure 7-2).
8. Hook leg kick and wrestle
The opponent kicks us in the head with a high left leg sweep, and we immediately block outward with both forearms, while kicking the right leg of the opponent’s support leg with our right foot, kicking the opponent to the ground (Figure 8).
9. Stumble and fall
When the opponent strikes us on the head or chest with a right leg, we immediately approach him, protect the head with our left hand, wrap our right leg around our right leg, and at the same time tripped the left leg of our support leg with our right leg, and then lift our right leg forward and upward with our right arm and drop it to the ground (Fig. 9).
10. Carry your legs over your back and fall
The opponent kicks our chest with his right leg, and we follow the trend and hold his right leg with both hands, and immediately turn back to the left and squat, carrying his leg on our right shoulder (Figure 10-1). Constantly moving up, we lean forward and down, and pull the opponent’s right leg down with both hands, throwing the opponent off our shoulder (Figure 10-2).