Muay Thai Right Straight Fist Defense: Wedge Resistance (see Figure 5-41)
(1) The left arm is quickly inserted into the inside of the opponent’s right arm, and the forearm is formed into a wedge at the opponent’s elbow flexion.
(2) Before hitting, block the attacking right hand with the left arm hard, causing it to deviate from the target.
(3) Adjust the body position, you can bend slightly to the right or move the back foot to the right.
(4) Relax your right hand and wait for the opportunity to fight back.
Muay Thai Right Straight Fist Defense: Dive (see Figures 5-42)
(1) The defender leans forward at the waist and bends his knees so that his head is lowered under the right straight fist.
(3) When the slam passes through the defender’s head, keep your eyes fixed on the opponent and block your fists in front of your face.
(3) Relax your hands and wait for the opportunity to fight back.
Muay Thai Right Straight Fist Defense: Dodge Outward to Block (see Figure 5-43)
(1) The inside of the left fist glove hits the opponent’s right glove, wrist or forearm, causing the opponent’s slam to deflect above his right shoulder.
(2) The defender can tilt his left foot slightly to the left to help him jump out of the opponent’s offensive line.
(3) Left-handed deflection movement. The right hand relaxes and raises ready to fight back.
Muay Thai Right Straight Defense: Push and Dodge (see Figure 5-44)
(1) Push the front foot back to a position that can absolutely avoid the attack of the right straight fist.
(2) Return the front foot to its original position.
(3) Limited to the movement of the feet, the upper body should be kept relaxed and stable.
(4) When counterattacking, the back foot returns and pushes the front foot into the attack position.
Muay Thai Right Straight Fist Defense: Back Leaning (see Figure 5-45)
(1) The center of gravity of the body is shifted to the hind legs.
(2) The head avoids the attack of the right straight fist.
Method: (a) Tilt the torso back. (b) Bend of the hind leg knee.
(3) You can use either hand to counterattack in the reclining position.