6/09/2013 11:49pm, #21
Oh it is psycology. I am kind of dumb then because I just went ot some weigh ins and came to the conclusion that none of the fighters really give a ****.
The growley face lasts two seconds and is a show for the camera. Normally. The real oponant on that day is the scales.
6/10/2013 12:25am, #22
I stopped smiling when sparring, I stay stoney faced and emotionless. I don't want my opponent knowing he got a good shot on me. I used to think it was good sportsmanship to acknowledge a well executed technique, but I thought about it and decided I didn't want the person I'm fighting to have any mental edge, especially the knowledge that they have done something that hurt me.GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
6/10/2013 1:52am, #23
6/10/2013 2:47am, #24We contend that these smiles reflect unintentional nonverbal responses...
6/10/2013 4:47am, #25
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6/10/2013 7:47am, #26
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I used to grin when I hurt or scare somebody during competitions. It was an automatic reaction, and it looked pretty damn evil.
6/10/2013 8:51am, #27
By the way. In regards to most of us who are not proffesional fighters who need the money to save an orphanage.
If it is not fun why do it?
6/10/2013 10:58am, #28In primates, baring teeth is used as a signal of submission or subordination – a means of avoiding potentially harmful and aggressive physical confrontations with others.
Originally Posted by Bnet
6/10/2013 12:28pm, #29
6/10/2013 2:34pm, #30