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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark View Post
    You are t-minus 3 weeks to this:
    I don't approve of this, but I subscribed to the channel because it's fun to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciderbone View Post
    Fighting without proper training, without proper equipment, and without proper supervision is very dangerous unless you have the right ruleset. Here's one that might help you:

    -Fight shall consist of three three minute rounds.
    -Both combatants must wear bicycle helmets and brightly colored knee pads at all times.
    -All kicks must be aimed beneath the opponents knee (shin and foot area).
    -No knee or elbow strikes.
    -Hand strikes are to be performed with open hands (slaps).
    -Instead of actual takedowns, which are very dangerous without proper mats, takedowns will be simulated using the following system:

    -Each opponent is limited to two takedown attempts per round unless he is a wrestler, in which case he is given three.
    -To initiate a takedown, shout TAKEDOWN!!!!
    -Both combatants then roll 3D6. Wrestlers are granted an extra 1D6 to all rolls.
    -To be acknowledged as a wrestler under this ruleset the combatant must wear a spandex leotard and have strongly considered trying out for high school wrestling at least two consecutive years.
    -If the TAKEDOWNER wins the roll by a margin of six or greater he is granted a dominant ground position of his choosing.
    -If the TAKEDOWNER wins by a margin of less than six he will get in his opponent's closed guard.
    -Should the roll result in a tie the TAKEDOWNER and DEFENDER shall realize how retarded they are and go train at an actual club.
    -Should the DEFENDER wins the roll by a margin of six or greater the TAKEDOWNER shall perform 15 burpees and the fight will resume standing.
    -Should the DEFENDER win the roll by a margin of less than six the fight shall resume standing without any burpees.
    I think I'm going to adopt these rules immediately.

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    I'm predicting lots of accidental inside leg kicks to the stones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark View Post
    You are t-minus 3 weeks to this:
    I seriously want to participate in that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    I'm predicting lots of accidental inside leg kicks to the stones.
    Those are never accidental.

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    Alright thanks for telling me all of this. Ill not do it. I would be upset that everyone seemed able to give their oppinions only in a dick sarcastic way but not sure how else I would have you do it.

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    Could you tell us your ages and the training time of each?

    Ie, are you bunch of 15 yr old reckless dumbasses who all had a few months of training in one field each or say 18 yr old less reckless dumbasses who have trained long enough to not hurt each other.

    Anyway, I actually think it's a good initiative. These arrangements often end up being too playful to train properly (especially at a young age), but are still fun and great social bonding. And, if nobody gets seriously injured/butthurt, it might get you motivated to go to real gym.


    Most people here don't approve of you doing this, cause it's sounds like you're about to enter Mortal Kombat with your friends.
    Just have fun with it, and be safe. Then go to a real gym.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tranquil Suit View Post
    Just have fun with it, and be safe. Then go to a real gym.
    OP said he wouldn't go through with this brilliance. Depending on age and associated factors, he may be good for his word...or may end up giving in to temptation (after watching some PPV pro bout or other with his buddies) and finish by learning certain things the hard way--which, for some individuals, is the only way to learn.

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    Were all 19. I've been sparring since I was young it was just how we played. They both have 4 years of wrestling. And jdk about the bjj guy. I am training daily currently but only for a few months. We just wanted to practice and I am not getting enough sparring in my current dojo. But I wont even though I do have a small gym with padded floors in my basement and all equipment neede. But ill take everyones advice. And just go to yet another gym.... to do everything I want to im going to have to be in like 3 schools at once.

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    Is your insurance going to cover this? do you even have insurance? it is always the guys without insurance that does stuff like this.

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