Is there a back story?
Is there a back story?
I showed the video to my cousin so he will know he is not alone in his pain
Damn my cousin's video is now above the MILLION views and after posting his facebook profil in the description so the fuckers can adress their criticism directly
Well a fucking shitstorm of comments and messages there are THOUSANDS OF COMMENTS IN YOUTUBE AND MESSAGES SENT TO MY COUSIN but sadly they all can be summarized in a few categories
The MMA nutrider: LOLZ KROTTY AND ALL **** SUCKS MMA IS TEH BEST !!1!! (probably wearing a tapout shirt and hearing Rap)
The Mystical Krotty Nutrider: Hey you could have won if you DID NOT TRAINED FOR POINT SPARRING I DO ANCIENT OKINAWAN KROTTY AND THERE ARE TECHNIQUES IN THE KATA THAT ARE LIKE BJJ, JUDO, MMA, SAMBO, KUNG FU, BOXING AND ALL TOGETHER BUT BETTER IF YOU USED THE SECRET KATA TECHNIQUES YOU WOULD HAVE HIM DESTROYED (probably while wearing a gi and holding a pair of nunchunks in their free hand also probably kata champions)
The humanist: OMGZ THAT MMA DUDE IS A BUTCHER!! (probably hippies ??? )
The crosstrainer : Hey go train something else (Good old Rurik among them so They are awesome people )
that was great. This guy got exactly what he wanted. I mean, this is MUAY THAI. Who out there watches two Thai fighters blasting each other with knees and elbows and thinks "those guys are pussies, my windmill pillow fists will make short work of them."? I can understand thinking you could out muscle a BJJ player, you'd be just as wrong but it can be deceiving to look at when you don't understand the technique. MT is just super brutal. Obviously. Always. Dumbfuck.
At around 0:31, just after he'd got to his feet from the headkick. It looked like he could've used a standing eight count, to regain his composure. But, it seemed like the instructor just dived in.
IS there a standing eight in Muai Thai? Was that a tad douchie...?
Am I missing something here...?
in a lot of the fights ive seen they will hammer the piss out of the other guy until they are literally lying on the floor. refs over there are pretty slow.
There's also the danger of a lucky punch landing hard enough to make the thaiboxer look really bad.
I think this is also why I'd imagine for a skilled and experienced grappler to go easy on somebody who has no grappling experience, because the chance of a noob submitting a, say, BJJ black belt are very slim. In striking arts, however, enough agression and a lucky punch might be enough to make an experienced boxer, thaiboxer or whatever look bad.
Also, yeah. My back is injured and I have a lot of free time right now sitting on my ass doing nothing, so why not post a lot :/