Posted On:11/11/2013 4:37am
Originally Posted by Sovvolf
It's funny how they single out the Americans on this one. Honestly I've seen this happen in the UK too. Didn't think much of it, sure they had a show about it on Channel 4 a few years back. Nothing special, they've got protective equipment on and honestly I wish I'd started at that age. Seen some places teaching MMA as young as 5... In Thailand I think they teach kids from as early as 4 in Muay Thai...
Couple of weeks ago, at the T-Max expo in Coventry I saw a 6 year old girl beat an 8 year old boy in a Muay Thai fight.
Posted On:11/11/2013 5:06am
Style: Boxing n00b
The nick names were a bit lame
pro nonsense self defense
Posted On:11/11/2013 1:16pm
Style: FMA, dumbek, Indian clubs
I hear Pankration doesn't even require that kids wear bulletproof vests- what if one of them gets shot?!?!?!
MADE OF STEEL!
Posted On:11/11/2013 2:04pm
Style: Kung Fu Swordfighting
It's worth pointing out that Pankration has a much lower rate of injury than, say, soccer or cheerleading.
The fool thinks himself immortal,
If he hold back from battle;
But old age will grant him no truce,
Even if spears spare him.
Posted On:11/11/2013 2:15pm
It is because of the extremely high injury rate that Cheerleading is not considered a sport.
Then again the article was written by the same types that accused Omega of commenting violations because he was using a term correctly.
Posted On:11/12/2013 2:05am
Style: Wing Chun/Rex Kwon Do
No surprise this was from the daily mail, was kinda expecting something in immigrants to do with mma judging its from the Daily Mail
Posted On:11/12/2013 12:34pm
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