8/21/2012 1:06am, #1
Rare Opportunity to ask a great a question
I am interviewing Renato Tavares of ATT Vero Beach, you may have heard of him. I have some questions I want to ask him, but I figure there would be some that some of you guys want to ask as well.
THIS IS LEGIT SO GIVE ME LEGIT RESPECTFUL QUESTIONS PLEASE.
Seriously, I am very honoured to be able to speak to the man, so if there is anything you want to know, write them here.
battlefieldsGET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
8/21/2012 1:24am, #2
- Join Date
- Oct 2008
Here's a question. How easy or difficult is it for a fighter to alter his basic fighting style to suit a given opponent? Often we how "styles make fights", and I've always sort of wondered whether one can adapt to a particular opponent's strengths / weaknesses without losing the edge in whatever qualities make one successful. I hope that makes sense.
8/21/2012 1:30am, #3
Nice. Keep em coming.GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
8/21/2012 8:44pm, #4
Dude, you need to make your motherfucking thread titles clearer, mayne. Rare opportunity to ask A Great Question made me think you wanted to interview me and ****. I was gonna squeeze you in between Time Magazine and GQ, or perhaps Pimps Up Hoes Down Monthly (They're doing an expose on me for the "Motherfucking Baddest" Special Issue).
I would ask:
How much is athleticism rewarded in the Fight Game? Can superior technique overcome it? We all know you need both to do well, but would you place more emphasis on one and why?
For young up and comers, how much training time would you say is necessary before amateur competition?
What do you think the role of technology is in learning technique and practice and ****? Is that ************ gonna help your game? Whether it's by studying your techniques, or studying your opponent? Is Sensei Youtube bad for the martial arts and ****? Does it bring motherfuckers coming in and trying to suplex motherfuckers and **** having never grappled before?
What do you think of these pimp ass elastic shorts I'm currently wearing? I love these motherfuckers.
And finally: Why do you think BJJ and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has become so popular in a pussified society who is all about iPhones and texting and blonde hair and handbags, and Justin Bieber and ****?Originally Posted by Goju - joe
8/21/2012 9:12pm, #5
Holy ****, dude, they're some great questions.
Also, I'm not an editor, I just write the articles. I've always been **** at titles of things I write. No idea why.GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.