Recta aldavez abierta contra totchada derecho is an upward diagonal cut used against an opponent’s straight sword thrust.
Photo 1 shows Maestro Abenir (left) preparing to engage an opponent in a bolo against bolo fight. Photo 2 shows Abenir reacting to a thrust using a downward left hand parry on the dull side of the bolo while simultaneously cutting his opponent’s forearm. Photo 3 shows Abenir zoning to the right of his opponent while maintaining the check on the weapon hand. Photo 4 shows Abenir immediately executing a vertical upward-downward cut called doblete. Photo 5 shows a totchada derecho or a straight sword thrust toward the stomach as Abenir’s finishing move.
DISCLAIMER: FIGHT Times disclaims any liability for untoward results including (but not limited) any injuries or damages arising out of any person’s attempt to rely upon any information presented in this page. The reader should consult a physician before starting any exercise program.