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    Mc-questions

    I'm arranging to spar with a muay-thai friend at his house and would like to ask a few questions, since none of us has ever done this before.
    1) I understand we should write and sign something that says it's a mutual thing, right? What for should this be?(dumb question, but we really have no idea)
    2) which rule-set works best in this case? (I am the one that wants to see how I hold up against someone that kicks. clinchwork isn't what I'm interested in in this case, but since he's MT it's good too).
    3) Any other suggestion? Roughly same weight, I lead in size and quite a lot in experience in my game compared to him in his.

    101 stuff for you guys, but new to me.

    (beating the first answer to the punch: if it comes through I'll find a camera)

    Thanks

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    If he is a good friend then i wouldn't bother with signing anything. If you think he is the kind of guy to sue you if you broke his nose or knocked a couple of teeth out then something saying that you will not hold each other responsible for any injury incurred, and understand that sparring is an inherently dangerous activity which could result in horrific injury or death


    technical advice- you really need to watch your jab, if you are reaching with it at all you will be eating teeps and round kicks. when he throws a round kick, then it is time to throw a BIG RIGHT HAND

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    He's a good friend.

    As far as rules my friend suggests no knees to head. I'm not sure, they don't look so easy to pull-off anyway.

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    Originally posted by Kiozz
    He's a good friend.

    As far as rules my friend suggests no knees to head. I'm not sure, they don't look so easy to pull-off anyway.
    You'd be surprised!

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    Stnadard Amateur MT rules should work look it up at wkausa.com or ikfkickboxing.com or iska.com

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    waivers meaningless?

    Originally posted by JKDChick
    Waivers don't mean **** by the way.
    How so? I thought a dated/signed contract
    between 2 people was legal - at least in the
    case of 2 people saying 'we are going to do
    something that's not illegal that we promise
    not to sue about'

    Do they need it notarized or something?
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    They won't stand up in court. Not in Canada, anyway.
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    It is "legal" they just all tend to leave enough wiggle room to get past them 99% of the time.

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