Tag Archives: Alex Valle
Runback from SCR as detailed in Footsie Gods part II! These two really bring out the best in each other. Really even match, not much character-specific tech, just pure fundamentals against fundamentals. Delicious Street Fighter.
Time to study up. Salty Suites Laugh vs ElivePro Qanba Dakou iPeru vs ElivePro Qanba Dakou Laugh vs ElivePro Qanba Dakou TH|Poongko vs LapchiDuong PR Rog vs ElivePro Qanba Dakou
Oh my fucking god. COMEBACKFIEND strikes again. My favourite part was when both Clockwork and Alex Valle go crazy and jump up to pose in the picture with Combofiend like a bunch of giddy schoolkids!
Redrapper has finished the Run It Back series, and it is a humdinger of an effort. I loved it, and you should watch it too. Thank you very much Redrapper, I really appreciate the time you put into the series, … Continue reading
Check out Ali’s incredible Shadowloo Showdown recap: http://www.shadowloo.com/?p=3543 Spider Muttons Productions © 2010 is back with the fifth episode of the Don’t be a Scrub Podcast. Our guest is none other than Tokido, Mr Murder Face himself. He put on … Continue reading
I just want to highlight three SF video series that I’m pretty fond of. Everyone that knows me probably knows my great love for the Dogface Show. The show done at Socal Regionals was probably every SF fanboy’s ultimate dream, … Continue reading
Previously in Footsie Gods part 1 we had my favourite Ryu player, John Choi vs. Daigo. Now we have my favourite match of Socal Regionals, Daigo versus the legendary Alex Valle. Ryu vs. Ryu is the best mirrormatch in the … Continue reading
from Zaid Tabani. This is the story of how Alex Valle tried to bring back…1992. Wow, so this is what Redrapper has been working on Wednesday Nights Fights all this time. I can’t wait for more of this series!
Somniac is one of Australia’s top SSF4 players. He recently placed top 8 at Battle Arena Melbourne, and was one of the two Melbourne players to travel to Las Vegas for this year’s Evolution. He consistently places top 8 in … Continue reading
I was thinking about frame traps for a while yesterday, and happened to watch this match; Valle vs Cheeseface Immortal (Claw) at Midwest Championships. Watching it was a great lesson in frame trapping. Some quick notes: 1st round 00:27 He … Continue reading