Posted On:7/25/2011 11:27pm
Style: Judo noob, injured guy.
The concept reminds me of the recent Kim Couture incident. I would like to think I would keep fighting (though I am far from being ready to get in a ring/cage at the moment). I would also do everything in my power to ensure the ref never worked in combat sports again, assuming it was a preventable death. Naturally freak accidents do happen.
Posted On:7/26/2011 1:49am
Style: Ex-Tiger KF, ex-SanDa
Originally Posted by Tom .C
If I killed someone during a chess match I would instantly say "My Bad"
Posted On:7/26/2011 3:25am
Originally Posted by ironcastknight
TEAR OUT THEIR HEART, EAT IT, AND GAIN THEIR STRENGTH FOR MY OWN.
How many calories does a human heart contain?
Stay on that diet dude, keep your eye on the prize!
The trick is to start on a small animal, like a mouse, and work up through rabbits, cats, dogs etc. upto people
I am upto pigs personally, but horses are gonna be tough for me. I like horses
Posted On:7/26/2011 4:19am
Style: Muay Thai
Originally Posted by OZZ
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.
Aftermath of Kim's death
Mancini went through a period of reflection, as he blamed himself for Kim's death. After friends helped him by telling him that it was just an accident, Mancini went on with his career, though still haunted by Kim's death. His promoter, Bob Arum, said Mancini "was never the same" after Kim's death. Two years later, Mancini lost his title to Livingstone Bramble.
Four weeks after the fatal fight, the Mike Weaver vs Michael Dokes fight at the same Caesars Palace venue ended with a technical knockout declared 63 seconds into the fight. Referee Joey Curtis admitted to stopping the fight early under orders of the Nevada State Athletic Commission to be aware of a fighter's health in light of the Mancini-Kim fight, and a rematch was ordered.
Kim's mother flew from Korea to Las Vegas to be with her son before the life support equipment was turned off. Three months later, she took her own life by drinking a bottle of pesticide. The bout's referee, Richard Green, committed suicide July 1, 1983.
Kim left behind a fiancée, Lee Young-Mee, who was pregnant at the time with their son, Kim Chi-Wan, who was born in July 1983.[1
As for me- I'll focus on being able to beat people first, then later I'll worry about killing them.
Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
Posted On:7/26/2011 8:22pm
I would leave through the locker room window, get in a cab with a good looking spanish woman and smoke a cigarette. When she tells me my opponent died I'd say, "sorry 'bout that floyd" I'd have her take me to my hotel and pay her to tell anyone who asks that I was 3 well dressed slightly toasted mexicans. Then I'd say bonswa Esmirelda.
Posted On:7/26/2011 9:05pm
It's either you or them.
Posted On:7/27/2011 12:08am
I'd personally thank Steven Seagal for teaching me his deadly stuff.
Merry Christmas! shitter's full...
Posted On:7/27/2011 1:34am
i would vow to never again use _ing _un or ninjitsu in combat sports ever again.
Originally Posted by it is fake
yeah, normally i'd get a quote, but couldn't be bothered.
Posted On:7/27/2011 2:11am
Originally Posted by Holy Moment
It's either you or them.
A winnar is you!
One of the best movies ever.
Posted On:7/27/2011 4:34am
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