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Rotating my hips and shoulders in a clockwise direction, I use my over-hook to drive Albert's upper body downward. At the same time, I kick my left leg straight back. The combination of these actions thrusts Albert forward, toppling his base.

As I bring my left foot back to the canvas, Albert's base is still broken. I take advantage of the opening by socking him in the chin.

As I bring my left foot back to the canvas, Albert's base is still broken. I take advantage of the opening by socking him in the chin.

As Reagan strives for the under-hook on my right side, I reach up and cup my left hand around the back of his head.

I'm tied up with Reagan in the body pummel position.

Reagan begins pummeling his left arm toward the inside of my right arm to secure an under-hook.

Immediately I place my right hand over my left and pinch my elbows together, securing the Muay Thai clinch.

To load up for a knee strike, I step my right foot back, drop my hips, and pull down on Reagan's head.

Still pulling down on Reagan's head, I drive my hips forward and send my right knee crashing into his face.

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