I have a 3rd Dan in WTF TKD and combination wise, you'll see a typical TKD tournament fighter start with a axe kick followed up by roundhouse kics and something spinning or jumping.
TKD tournaments are scored on the explosiveness and complexity of the kicks, not whether they really damage the opponent. And Punching?
Forget about punching in TKD. Its rarely scored high in a TKD tournament, thats why you see TKD fighters fight with their hands down towards their sides instead of up by their face. They know they wont get punched.
The more aerial spinning kicks in TKD competitiont he better. ITs almost like you're getting scored on the best exhibition you can display in a TKD tourney. Power, all that is almost a non factor in Traditional TKD judging (meaning korean judges).
"She kneed me in the nutz and called me faggot in front of everyone!"