23. February 2009 20:53
Claw’s standing HK covers a lot of space and I think I was tripped with the slide HK after.
Sagat’s Tiger Knee has a massive hit box. It also has a hitbox that lasts longer on the way down when compare to the ST version. It’s nice pressure/keep-away move against crouching characters.
I’m also trying to replicate what I saw in the Japanese tournament videothat I posted. I was only able to execute the Ultra once after the standing HK, and the timing was off.
I executed my first intentional cross-up today. It should be noted that the opponent didn’t seem to know how to instant-recover.