You would think that you have to switch up your game plan a lot but in reality you really don’t. Your coaches are going to make your fighters all about the same style and ratings overtime anyway. Making your fighters balanced is the best so look to add the coaches overtime to make this happen. What I found that worked really well for me was going for striking moves over submission moves.
Intensity: If you have the energy to go hard out of the gate and it is only a 3 round match you might as well choose that. If you don’t go medium in the 1st round and hard in the last two. On Champion matches you will want to assess the situation and go hard or medium depending on how things are going. Never use low unless you want to get knocked out.
Style: Go with the flow has worked the best for me even when I am slightly behind in skills against the other fighter. Your fighter should do what he feels is best and at times my fighters have shocked me in a good way.
Technique: Uppercut always worked best for me and the second is Head Kick or Roundhouse Kick.
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