Alistair Overeem vs Peter Aerts K-1 WPG 2010 Final
A classic lesson in strategy: Aerts was unable to deny Overeem access to the pocket. It was as obvious at that. Averts, the outside fighter, allowed" Overeem to enter the pocket AND to "walk" him to the ropes. Against a pressure fighter... like Overeem who is going to "squeeze" (cut the ring off) you, one must NEVER move straight backwards---and especially into the ropes where you become trapped.
I liked Overeem's head rhythm (partial side to side slipping, the same as exercised by Mike Tyson) he used to enter the pocket to avoid getting hit----masterful.