Re: Fights or Fighters you remember that "evolved" the skill sets in MMA?
As for your thoughts on the side kick... I lost interest when you mentioned something about how you allow the MT community decide for you, the value of the side kick.
We all saw Cung Le use the side kick against Frank Shamrock. That was a brilliant fight and something I recommend you study.
DOn't get me wrong though. I'm not going to treat Frank as though he is some kind of Muay Thai Master who should have had answers to CUng Le's sidekick, but I will say that I was impressed with Le in that his primary tool against Frank was the side kick, and that Frank one day decided to enter K1 and his first fight ended in the opening seconds after throwing a thai kick that broke his opponents bones upon impact.