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Old 02-15-2013, 07:22 AM
AlexKid
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Default What exactly causes a knockout?

Ive heard its the brain shaking inside the skull.

Ive heard its a set of nerves in the chin/jaw that cause your brain to shut down.

Ive heard its how awkwardly and violently you hget their head to move/change direction that causes a KO.

Ive heard a faster lighter punch is more likely to KO a guy than a massively forceful but slower punch because you are jarring the brain more effectively ie you are causing the brain to move inside the skull fast and causes it to cut out, where as the forceful punch dosnt move the brain as much/as quickly.

I hear you should punch forcully to the body to get deep into the internal organs and fast to the head to shake the brain!?

Can you give me the low down on exactly what I should be aiming for to cause a KO?

Also a KO artist isnt especially strong or physically superior nessasarily he just has the asset of speed?
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