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  1. Carbon is offline

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     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    Um?.......good one?

    Do you even know what form of Karate I take?
    I'll make one when I can find one I like.
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    Let's face it, watching women fight is purely a sexual pastime! I especially like mud wrestling.... the way the mud get's stuck in their skimpy thongs! It really gives me a woodie!!



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     Style: MMA-Vale Tudo

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    Found on EbaY A GUY SELLING A UFC FIGHT AND ALL CONTENDERS ARE WEMAN, THIS TAKES PLACE IN JAPAN, I will see if there is some web page for this.
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    I think part of the problem is that when you watch a heavy weight boxing match, you feel like you are seeing the best in the sport. When you watch a middle or light weight, though the technique might be far superior, it looses some of the excitement.

    Likewise, when women fight each other, it lacks some of the excitement because whether it is true or not, we assume that a mediocre male fighter could easily beat the top women. Considering that the fighting sports are disproportional male in participants, if definitely provides a larger population to pull great fighter from.
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    We have cage NHB fighting here in Arizona & I'm sure other places. It's getting a better following, however it's still a sport that men think of as either something to whack off over or laugh at. It's seldom taken serious & it's going to be awhile before it's accepted by the general public.
    Cyberstalker, I do disagree with one of your statements. I don't believe that you can generalize & say that "a mediocre male could easily beat the top women" I know a couple fighters (women) that could kick the asses of most of you on here...are you a mediocre fighter? or are you refering to someone already in the UFC? Say, Tito? lol

    I'm not blind or stupid. I realize that there's a difference in the way we're built. I realize that for me, I train my ass off & the guy I train with, weighs less than I do & can kick mine...
    But, don't assume that we're all weak. There are some pretty macho bitches out there waiting to hand you your ass

    <img src=icon_smile_blackeye.gif border=0 align=middle> Sam
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    Posted On:
    12/21/2002 12:45am


     

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    Women in combat has never gone over well, either on the battlefield or in competition; at best, it's treated like a spectacle. Whether this is good thing or not is debatable, but that's how it is for now.


    Edited by - DanSevering on December 20 2002 23:56:16
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    12/21/2002 12:49am


     

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    I'm quite straight, sweetie. My problem is finding a guy who isn't too much of a coward to deal with a strong women.

    Most guys are like you, in other words: pansy losers who wilt when I look at them cross-eyed. No strong woman can live with that.

    "I'm not tense; just terribly, terribly alert."
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    It's too bad women aren't allowed to be muscular in our society without being accused of wanting to be a man. But then again, even muscular men get bad-mouthed for this or that, so it's clear we'll just have to put up with it until society becomes nicer to everyone.
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    Of course women should be able to do NHB. Why should guys get all the fun of busting skulls? It of course would never be mixed men and women, but I don't doubt that there are some tough women out there who could hold thier own against a man. It just wouldn't happen though....you're right, the guys would probably have a problem fighting girls(maybe afraid to lose to a girl?).

    If there was women NHB, all the sex starved teenage boys(probably a few on this site)would have a new way to "entertain" themselves. Just seems to be something about two girls grappling with each other. The girls would probably be forced to wear skimpy outfits and would eventually turn into something like the WWE. Just my opinion, of course.

    Please; Chyna didn't have to get plastic surgery because she looked too sexy; any woman who could make it to the top in such a sport wouldn't exactly be a candidate for the cast of "Baywatch."
    As for losing to a woman, it would only happen between the biggest, strongest women and the smallest, weakest men, i.e. never at the top level.
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    12/21/2002 1:04am


     

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    We have cage NHB fighting here in Arizona & I'm sure other places. It's getting a better following, however it's still a sport that men think of as either something to whack off over or laugh at. It's seldom taken serious & it's going to be awhile before it's accepted by the general public.
    Cyberstalker, I do disagree with one of your statements. I don't believe that you can generalize & say that "a mediocre male could easily beat the top women" I know a couple fighters (women) that could kick the asses of most of you on here...are you a mediocre fighter? or are you refering to someone already in the UFC? Say, Tito? lol

    I'm not blind or stupid. I realize that there's a difference in the way we're built. I realize that for me, I train my ass off & the guy I train with, weighs less than I do & can kick mine...
    But, don't assume that we're all weak. There are some pretty macho bitches out there waiting to hand you your ass

    <img src=icon_smile_blackeye.gif border=0 align=middle> Sam
    I think we're forgetting that this is for defense only; I know about someone who is probably, beyond a doubt, THE most dangerous man living or dead; they say s re-wrote the book on martial arts and is built like a pit-bulldozer at about 250 lbs, and looks about half his age, but he says the most important thing is putting another's feelings before your own, which is why he won't compete or teach much, but in private testing I heard from some teachers that it wasn't even a contest against the best guys around in any style.
    It's clear that he's a stronger man in every sense than anyone else out there.
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    Posted On:
    12/21/2002 1:11am


     

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    I think part of the problem is that when you watch a heavy weight boxing match, you feel like you are seeing the best in the sport. When you watch a middle or light weight, though the technique might be far superior, it looses some of the excitement.

    Likewise, when women fight each other, it lacks some of the excitement because whether it is true or not, we assume that a mediocre male fighter could easily beat the top women. Considering that the fighting sports are disproportional male in participants, if definitely provides a larger population to pull great fighter from.


    Don't be fooled; heavyweights are superior in technique, if anything-- but you don't see it because they are forced to lend most of it to defense since one slip can spell the end.
    Lighter weight-classes, on the other hand, can get away with inferior technique and more fancy-dancing because they have a much greater margin of error (i.e. one punch won't crush them). So it might LOOK more exciting (like pro wrestling compared to the UFC) but in reality there's a lot more going on than meets the eye among heavyweights.
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