Not going hardcore into the analysis today, it’s too nice out and the beach is looking too good. However, while we’re on the subject of things that look good, what I will give you is this superb flunge from Enrico Berrè against Vincent Anstett in the 16 at the Brooklyn grand prix.
That little march in the setup: wow. It looks like it was choreographed. That’s the coolest little collection of moves I’ve ever seen, and carried off with such utter aplomb. Well done, sir.
I mean, he lost the fight and all, but by god he looked good doing it.
Full match is available thanks to CyrusofChaos.
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