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  1. mullet is offline

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    2/18/2006 10:09pm


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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    1 decent power shot can break a nose, easy. I repeat, your fighters must have 0 power, or are pulling their punches.

    Here's an example: The first day Tommy Hearns walked into the kronk gym, they let him put the gloves on and have a go at sparring. He was hit with a right cross and his nose was broken. He straightened his nose and asked to keep fighting; the coach knew he was a special kid.
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    2/19/2006 6:45am


     Style: BJJ, Judo

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    Sounds to me like you're a fag who doesn't spar at all, mullet.
    Broken noses? That's nothing. At my gym, we kill each other all the time!
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    That's great mullet. Every JJ class we break our arms too. HARDCORE!
    More human than human is our motto.
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    In training 2 years of MMA, I've seen one broken nose and two KOs.

    Apart from that, a few overextended joints and people passing out from chokes, but nothing requiring a hospital visit.

    We must be pretty slack, we don't seem to get enough serious injuries.
  5. mullet is offline

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    2/19/2006 8:50am


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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    What's with the egos and incessant flaming on these boards? Lame.
  6. Knightmare is offline

    DO NOT LISTEN TO ME

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    Quote Originally Posted by mullet
    What's with the egos and incessant flaming on these boards? Lame.
    That's every board in existence, douche.
  7. mullet is offline

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    2/19/2006 9:56am


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    I guess you're right.

    **** you and all, geek.
  8. Odacon is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by mullet
    I guess you're right.

    **** you and all, geek.
    Just go break some noses already, and by that I mean play tag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blooming lotus
    I just re-read the last couple of pages of this thread and I think this is true to some agree myself. Aalthough I likely wouldn't 'attack' will full force sparring against someone new or that I didn't think could reasonably deal with it, I would definately up the strength I blocked with and the speed I countered with to try to encourage them to pull out something else.... from my experience ( and particularly as a small fml most men don't like to initially play so hard with until they forget and just have the spar) doing that is a reeeally good way to assess a person ( in terms of both skill aand willingness ) and get them to respond to a point where it's worth doing. Even if they aare wuss bags, if you block hard enough, they know they can't really whinge about it and usually they'll give you something back to smile about ;) :D.....

    Something worth baring in mind anyway.

    cheers

    Blooming Lotus

    True, if you play hard with beginners and they walk away injured, less likely they'll play with you the next time. Just play a bit harder as they can handle. Like being a pool shark at a snooker table.
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    nahh... you just have to em think they nearly had you or something??...... funny newbs ... :) ;) ...
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