Posted On:10/02/2005 5:50pm
Style: Jeet Kune Do
I have the proper hand conditioning. There is more shock value without the padding. A hard bone will penetrate deeper through the soft tissue and connect with the target bone or organ. That penetration of force, momentum, "chi" or whatever you wish to call it is reduced by wearing gloves.
Posted On:10/02/2005 6:01pm
Style: BJJ & MT
Hey what are those on Bruce's hands?
Embarassing aspiring thugs since 1991
Posted On:10/02/2005 6:10pm
Great idea . If you make it out of the room your the winner. Im on board for that. Now this is going to be fun. JKD do you wear a cup and mouth piece?
Last edited by groundcontrolba; 10/02/2005 6:17pm at .
Posted On:10/02/2005 6:18pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Originally Posted by Osiris
Not wearing gloves is retarded. Anyone who has too much ego to make some minor concessions to their deadliness to protect their friendly sparring partner is a tool. Next time some fool says that ****, they need to have their arms snapped on account of not doing slow armbars.
I got no problems with MMA gloves, they tend to elimate all the minor cuts and such (not any major shots). I wore gloves with everyone at the last throwdown and plan to at this throwdown, but if JKDreality truely think it will take away from his abilities, then he doesn't have to wear them with me. It not like I never been knocked out before or had damage done to me.
Posted On:10/02/2005 6:30pm
Style: white boy jiujitsu
jkdreality, you're fucking awesome, i just want you to know that. i look forward to being enlightened by you.
Posted On:10/02/2005 6:31pm
I see you are accustomed to sport Osiris. Someone who does a realistict style like ninjitsu or wing chun is not bothered by bare knuckle fighting. Check your anger at the door.
Posted On:10/02/2005 6:32pm
oh god, this is so precious.
Posted On:10/02/2005 6:34pm
Originally Posted by groundcontrolba
JKD do you wear a cup and mouth piece?
I do not own a cup or mouthpiece. I train to protect my vital areas rather than using a cup to build false confidence and bad habits.
Os brings up a good point though, tapping out if for sport. There's no tapping on the street. So if someone catches you in a choke it's okay if he kills you, right? There's gonna have to be some serious waivers signed.
Posted On:10/02/2005 6:38pm
The street does not always end in death as many believe. I can injure to degree. If one has the skill they can neutralize a threat without seriously injuring their opponent. I will not destroy a kid like kikkoman. However a gangster on the street.... I will step it up a notch.
Do not confuse this with sport.
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