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shanehanke

shanehanke
What is this? 1st Degree Coral Belt
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"My Love for MMA.....Is a Noble Madness."

Born Detroit Michigan,

I was raised in the Korean Arts by my father in Tang So Do throughout the 1970s and 80s.

Began Boxing in 1980 influenced by Marvin Hagler.

Fighting in 4 Detroit Golden Gloves and 5 Detroit Diamond Gloves.

I started teaching boxing in 1984 full time,after the 84 Olympics.

As with many old school boxing fans I was fascinated by UFC 1,and by the time the new Zuffa regime took over,I was a Pride fan and already devoted to MMA and merged my boxing training into Striking Coach for MMA fighters.

Mma still has a long way to grow in the striking area. For example,simple little things that need to be bred through training.

I trained under Emanuel Stewart at the Kronk in the 80s and 90s .

The basic things we learn is are,

BEGIN and always END with a hard jab. Whenever i see it applied in MMA ...surprise surprise they land. Other basics are Step in with the jab,or parry off a jab. And lastly is HOOK off the JAB. In MMA its a Elbow off the Jab.

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Juan Archuleta vs. Enrique Barzola   wrong Barzola   KO/TKO   Round 1    
Richard Palencia vs. Cee Jay Hamilton   wrong Palencia   Decision    
Khadzhimurat Bestaev vs. Khalid Murtazaliev   correct Murtazaliev   correct KO/TKO   Round 1     65
Jay Jay Wilson vs. Vladimir Tokov   wrong Tokov   Decision    
Lance Gibson Jr. vs. Dominic Clark   correct Gibson Jr.   KO/TKO   Round 3     50
Keoni Diggs vs. Ricardo Seixas   correct Diggs   correct Decision     75
Weber Almeida vs. Ryan Lilley   correct Almeida   KO/TKO   Round 1     50
AJ McKee Jr. vs. Spike Carlyle   correct McKee Jr.   KO/TKO     50
Sumiko Inaba vs. Nadine Mandiau II   correct Inaba   Submission   Round 2     50
Bobby Seronio III vs. Miguel Peimbert   correct Seronio III   KO/TKO   Round 2     50
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