I've started a series of posts on the evolution of gsp's single leg takedown, starting from his pro debut against Ivan Menjivar all the way to his fight with Dan Hardy(**Which was the last time GSP took down one of his opponents with a single leg takedown). Well, here is Part 3 and final post of the serieshttp://www.mmatakedowns.net/the-evolution-of-gsps-single-leg-takedown-part-3/
Here is Part 1 and Part 2 in case you haven't read them.Part 1 Part 2
Let me know what you guys think.
his timing, transitions, and his ability to cover ground very very quickly is where his success comes from. its uncanny to see an athlete that never wrestled before he started MMA to progress so fast and eventually out wrestle high caliber NCAA div 1 wrestlers. i hope he fights hendricks so we can see if he can out wrestle a milti-national champion