Indiana MMA circuit, idk I always thought it consisted of a bunch of pure wrestlers and out of shape brawlers at the lowest level. Shame shame. I was actually scheduled for a fight against a 1-0 fighter at Pierres but my ankle got DESTROYED lol. Turns out you should be careful in a judo session against a Ukraniean who outweighs you by a hundred pounds.
I'm not big on this backyard MMA stuff whether sparring or fighting, but it's all good. Props for having the courage to post this video for everyone to see/pick at.
As far as critiques- You guys both have to keep your chins down, man... holy God that is your biggest fundamental flaw. Crossing your feet during your footwork is a big no, no too. I duno what the amateur circuit is like where you're from but if I'm your coach and you're from where I'm from I'm telling you that you aren't ready for a fight yet.
Don't take that too personally, more as a gauge for what's out there. You guys need a coach who can give you some real techniques to work on.
Yup, footwork got a lot better since then but still sucks laterally, the hands do drop, but not as much as you see here, I was loose because he had no real technical threat to me. My head movement is exaggerated though, I have to try to work it in to my muay thai. I'm pretty much a pure wrestler learning the game so yeah. A decent guard, decent trips, and I think a competant enough standup game for a local amature.