Instructions for the Muay Thai Clinch

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Instructions for the Muay Thai Clinch

This page provides details on how to do a Muay Thai Clinch. This technique is used to trap an opponent where you can strike him with knee strikes, elbow strikes, etc. You should also visit the page focused on how to escape a Muay Thai Clinch.

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  • In the Muay Thai Clinch, you will grab the back of your opponent's head or neck in order to prevent an opponent from escaping.
  • In this position, Muay Thai fighter often use knee strikes in order to strike their opponent's ribs, quads (thighs), etc.

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