"Real" fighting? If you're referencing street fighting, then you're correct- a cage fight is 10 x more difficult.Quote:
Originally Posted by AikiZenDragon
I've been in more fights at the bar than I can care to remember, and since Im about 160-165lbs, just about every guy I've grabbed a hold of has been bigger tha me. I look at fighting people at the bar as a form of entertainment, and havent been in one that I've regretted yet. Fighting in an upcoming BJJ tournament has proven more difficult and strenuous on my nerves and adrenaline than any real fight has, and I've been in fights where I was stomped in the head by 6 guys with bad intentions.
As far as claiming that a cage fighter has no fear when he steps into the cage, you could never be more wrong- EVERYONE is afraid when they step up to the competition plate- Anyone who claims they're not afraid is lying. Its not the emotions that seperate champions from chumps- everyone feels nervous and gets that adrenaline dump when they get ready to compete- its what you do with it that determines what kind of fighter you'll be.