Okay guys, listen here, your opponent gets
you in a Thai clinch, maybe he’s watched a little MMA or a little Muay Thai, he knows
what he’s doing. Number one you got to learn how to pummel in. You drop a shoulder, you
come in, and you get to your Thai clinch position. Opponent’s head down, he pummels in, it’s
a good drill to practice no matter what martial art you do, okay. Next, if he’s got my head
and that’s not good, just need to get out of there. I’m going to frame his neck, I’m
going to turn to the side really quickly and get out of this hold. I’m going to push here,
spin, right cross, left hook, right cross, low kick, get out of there. Okay. One more
time. He grabs. Frame the neck, boom, get out of there. Next, if that doesn’t work,
you can do a little pop here, here down, pop up, and go in, you pop that elbow off of you.
So here, boom, and last but not least if he’s got a very good tight neck clinch, he’s in
tight. You can’t pummel in, it’s too hard, you grab to the front elbow, go on the head,
boom, and twist him off. Show it one more time, grab a little bit more. Here. Bam, bam,
bam, bam! That’s how you get out of there.