[한/ENG/日]극진 드림컵 챔피언 하야시 유키 선수 [kyokushin karate] 第50回極真全日本大会 山本VS林、林VS重松
Please turn on the subtitles Zecken No. 2 Tzenkyokushin Hayashi Yuki Zeken III kyokushin ishikawaYamamoto Naotaka zenkyokushin Hayashi Wins 2019 Korea Tournament a left-handed kicker. Move to the back side of the punch and inlay It’s between Hayashi. Yamamoto is giving it back, but he’s too energetic. I think there’s a left-bump, and I’m talking. Hayashi is putting pressure on the chest with a punch to kick. It’s playing at the timing of Hayashi. Yamamoto’s legs aren’t moving the way he wants them to. But on the right, low kick. come out with a good in low kicker a good combination Yamamoto cannot counterattack the steps after kicking. an assailant Hayashi a kick aimed at turning the game around as soon as it’s over Don’t hit 5-0 Hayashi wins. Shigematsu Sho, kyokushin world champion. zennkyokushin hayasi Yuki Hayashi who goes around with Shigematsu to watch out for his kick. Hayashi trying to get closer, Shigematsu avoiding in steps Shigematsu stops running with a left-handed punch and left-handed kick. The punch comes out of the kick. be a little effective with a low kick on the left Shigematsu who feels he’s working, or who attacks with many different ways. Hayashi attacking before he regains his position. I did a low kick on the left. When I saw Mr. Hayashi’s posture, I thought he had a good kick on his knees. He kicks the ball, turns it right, and turns it up to the kicker. This may have been completely invisible to Hayashi. It was a perfect kick. The flow that leads to the kick and kick in the upper stage was good, too.