Originally Posted by Aaron Contreras
Okay, it was from the kick that Franklin put his hands down (which we all know, you're not suppose to do), so what difference does it make?
Bottom line, his hands were suppose to be up -- it's not like he was suspicious of a takedown.
It's called habits, and you only develop habits if no one gets on you about it. And most guys who throw a low Muay Thai kick drop thier hands because their trying to put too much mustard behind the kick. That's one of the reason why I don't like Muay Thai kicks, because even though it can be powerful, it's too predictable and not fluid enough, that's why he got timed and it was by someone who's more fluid than he is.