Posted On:7/24/2011 10:29pm
I once was told by a Marine what his perspective was and it really made sense to me. He had killed during his service and said that he felt horrible and wished he had gotten through his tours without any confrontations, but that just like any other sort of trauma he got over it and moved on. Pretty simple way to look at it, but I really can't see a lot of people really hanging up their gloves for good just because of a horrible mishap even if they were the type to say they would.
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Posted On:7/24/2011 11:01pm
Style: Judo, Jujitsu
I'd sue the ref. The fighters' job is to win. The ref's job is to stop the fight before someone gets seriously hurt.
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Posted On:7/24/2011 11:37pm
Style: BJJ/ MMA/ MT
I would revive him and as he comes to, I tell him that I had momentarily killed him and that he had soiled himself in the process. Then I would kill him again. It's how I operate.
KRKA- Kill, Revive, Kill Again = Modus Operandi.
The indignity of the last thought being you **** yourself = Signature.
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Posted On:7/24/2011 11:46pm
Style: Combat Cuddling
Posted On:7/25/2011 12:57am
Style: BJJ, formerly Judo
Listen for the lamentations of their women...
Originally Posted by Judoka_UK
Judo is the PC to Sambo's Mac.
Posted On:7/25/2011 8:21am
If I killed someone during a chess match I would instantly say "My Bad"
pro nonsense self defense
Posted On:7/25/2011 11:32am
Style: FMA, dumbek, Indian clubs
I'd send them off on a Viking funeral at sea.
Posted On:7/25/2011 11:33am
Style: BJJ, MT, MMA, CQB
Originally Posted by TaeBo_Master
The fighters' job is to win. The ref's job is to stop the fight before someone gets seriously hurt.
That is a very good point.
Posted On:7/25/2011 8:30pm
Style: Short Fist Boxing
Originally Posted by Res Judicata
Ask Ray Mancini. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duk_Koo_Kim
Ray Mancini was the fighter that my generation really identified with as having the dubious distinction of having killed his opponent in the ring.
I know from watching him fight afterwards that he was never the same insofar as he lost his 'killer instinct' - if you'll pardon the use of words.
Its hard to say how one would react personally..I know I would feel terrible for a time. But hanging up the gloves might be doing more disrespect to your late opponent than continuing to fight would.
I know if I was to get killed in a professional fight, I wouldn't want the guy who did it to quit and mope around for the rest of his life.
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Posted On:7/25/2011 9:55pm
If I ever killed someone in a fight, I'd move to a cave or something in the wilderness to meditate and **** like that, until some dude comes and begs me to teach him teh wayz of teh d34dly. I say no, but he won't stop pestering me so I turn him into the ultimate killing machine just to shut him up, but then ask him never to use the skills I just imparted. Cause that's what you're supposed to do, right?
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