This is a Combination Man/Combination Woman two-fer. We've got some sneaky old school boxing and wicked wrestling meanness to toss your way.
We are going to get inside Kid McCoy's Corkscrew punch.
If you don't know who Kid McCoy was, let's say this, on
several he took on multiple opponents one right after the other and knocked them out.
He often gave up weigh to accomplish this feat.
Most seem to think that the corkscrew can only be delivered with straight punches but we will go into detail on how to bang HARD with it while using your jab, your rear straight, but we'll get inside how McCoy used them also on his lead hook, and uppercuts.
McCoy was literally a twisted genius.
BTW-As a Bonus for purchasing RAW 161 I'll toss in a chapter on McCoy from our upcoming book on Historical Boxing.
And for our grapplers and Combination Men & Women out there this volume features a 10-Point SubmissionChain we have dubbed The Hook Chancery Chase.
It starts with, well, the hook chancery and before the pain is done we'll have hit False Spears, Double Spin Double Wrist locks, Hopping Keylocks, and much more mean fun.
This volume (as with all volumes of RAW) comes with a printed syllabus for inclusion in your training notebook.
ESP RAW 161 can be had for the month of March 2016 for $32 (S & H included--Domestic & International) at the end of the month the price goes to $42 Domestic/$52 International. [Of course, it's only $26.50 for the RAW Crew.]