Hello, this is Ben Brown. And right now, we get to look at how to fight a taller opponent in Muay Thai. So, as a smaller man fighting a taller opponent, there's a lot of things to consider. Today, I've got three basic ways that you can actually start to address the problem of that fighting a bigger fighter. So, when I'm fighting taller opponents, there's three basic things that I like to pay attention to. One, is working the left angle, the second is working the right angle. And the final thing is to remember that for me, an overhand right works really great against the taller one.s So, I'm going to start with that left angle. To begin with, I'm going to step, slide, step, slide. Every time I do that, I'm going to feed a jab right there. Now, if his hands's where it should be, then that means I'm hitting that right glove, that's o.k. That means hos dominant hand can't hit me. I'm moving into his dangerous side, but I'm jamming the thing that's going to hurt the most. Also, if he decides to throw that left hook, I'm moving away from that left hook. I jab, jab and finally throw that cross. So, once I've committed to my right cross, all the weight is going to be on your lead foot. That's a perfect opportunity to work the opposite angle. So, you've done two jabs, you've finished off with that cross. I'm going to push off my lead foot. As I retract my cross, I pull my shoulder and step a deep angle to my right. That puts me in the safe zone on the opposite side. So, knowing that I've already worked the left angle and I've worked the right angle. I find myself here knowing that he's going to start tracking and turning towards me. Once he starts to do that, it's my turn to use the giant killer. The giant killer is the overhand right, boom. As he turns towards me, I turn towards him, feeding him that overhand. And then, it's time to finish up with whatever you want to do.