HomeInstructional UFC Rafael dos Anjos Teaches Superman Punch To Flying Knee Combination Move Bruno October 2, 2013 Instructional 6 Comments UFC Lightweight Contender Rafael dos Anjos from the Evolve Fight Team shows one of his favorite striking combinations for MMA. Tweet Pin It Tags:Flying Knee, Rafael dos Anjos, Superman Punch UFC Champ Chris Weidman Talks About Getting His Ass Beat As A Kid By His Brother UFC Champ Chris Weidman Asked What Is The Worst Injury He Has Seen 6 Comments greengiant October 2, 2013 Some of these explanations to these techniques is a little too in depth. Naturally your one leg will land first,you don’t have to confuse people with saying that and also his left leg will go back to the ground naturally no need to explain that part. If someone needs that explained then they are a hard learner. Log in to Reply Joe Dog October 2, 2013 Smokescreen…now, look for the double following the Superman punch. Log in to Reply dub October 2, 2013 not sure how effective this would be as the superman punch would move the opponent further back leaving the on coming knee to hit air or perhaps rub against the stomach at best. I don’t see too many people following a superman punch with a take down either. Log in to Reply mma made easy October 2, 2013 ^there are some adults who learn slower than children. I think that a lot of people need that level of explanation. Log in to Reply leapingkyle October 2, 2013 ^ the reason this move is used in the most ADVANCED stages of the world is because a lot of fighters shoot for a double leg following the superman, therefore the person defending is expecting a takedown. This puts the defender in a position where his head is lower then his usual stance, setting up a hi knee to the face of a bend over, ready to sprawl, opponent. You can also throw this knee to the body. Not the best technique in the world, not the worst either. Log in to Reply ETK October 3, 2013 A baits with low kick B blocks A counters with punch Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.