You hear the term thrown around a lot: “Unorthodox” striking. That, though, has many meanings.
The actual term “unorthodox” simply means a fighter is left-handed. To others, it means a fighter that does not stand in a boxing-style three-quarters stance.
Still, MMA is a big place with thousands of professional fighters coming from all backgrounds imaginable. To define “unorthodox” striking as just one thing would be a disservice to the variety of ways fighters tackle their craft.
So, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Ten Most Unorthodox Strikers in MMA. Here, we discuss fighters that have their own unique style and what makes them special.
The list is in alphabetical order...so no need to complain about ranking.