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Found another where he actually does BJJ ontop of the other training.
The NHS health trainer eventually wants to become semi-professional and compete in caged Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competitions. MMA involves various disciplines, which include kickboxing, jiujitsu and wrestling.
Although he has been learning kickboxing, jujitsu and Brazilian jiujitsu in Downham and Lynn for the past two-and-a-half-years he has only taken up MMA in the past three months.
Somehow it doesn't seem too fair of a fight when the other guy literally has a shin of steel.
Originally Posted by battlefields
There was a paralimpic runner who had the same problem because his prothetics were considered an unfair advantage.
I will try and find the link
Actually that was a whole lot easier than I thought.
and the fighter might be Ron Mann and uses the Venture foot prothetic
Plus, how are you supposed to double-leg him! Hahaha, get it? Get it?
Originally Posted by Arskanator
I seen wrestlers with 1 arm to no arms, Wrestlers with 1 leg to no legs...and wrestlers with no legs and arms.
Their fighting spirits are amazing! Will look for vids.
We're especially interested in the vid with the guy with no arms fighting the guy with no legs.
Originally Posted by Tsukyomi
I give you a vid of these 2 types of amputees fighting together against a non amputee.
YouTube- The Crippled Masters - Final Scene
So, when will we see our first TUF contestant cut off his leg in order to gain an unfair advantage?
YouTube- Crippled Masters Trailer
CMA has the real disabled masters