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Old 08-10-2020, 12:36 PM   #1
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Input for over/under

There should be an input for o/u besides the inside slip. R1+rear punch is available.

Have transitions available to double/unders and single under from over/under. There should also be a transition from single collar to o/u.

Change the input for clinch to hold from tap so its consistent with takedowns.
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Old 08-10-2020, 01:37 PM   #2
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Re: Input for over/under

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There should be an input for o/u besides the inside slip. R1+rear punch is available.

Have transitions available to double/unders and single under from over/under. There should also be a transition from single collar to o/u.

Change the input for clinch to hold from tap so its consistent with takedowns.
Not a bad idea. That input is open and would make it more beneficial to wrestle. But until they take away the automatic clinch exit by just walking away from the initiator it will be pointless. You canít even grind someone against the cage right now because there is no clinch exit denial
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Old 08-10-2020, 02:40 PM   #3
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The whole ideology behind the new Clinch was to eliminate the controlling aspects. They wanted to make it a transitional action phase of the fight, and they succeeded. Itís dangerous, fun, full of action and moves along quickly. As a purist, I hate the lack of control, but understanding why they designed it this way makes it more acceptable.


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The whole ideology behind the new Clinch was to eliminate the controlling aspects. They wanted to make it a transitional action phase of the fight, and they succeeded. Itís dangerous, fun, full of action and moves along quickly. As a purist, I hate the lack of control, but understanding why they designed it this way makes it more acceptable.


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Over/under couldve been a dangerous position.


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