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  1. gcarson is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikkoman
    I don't think boxing was created by guys going around killing people. Probably created from ordinary fist fights and guys training together.

    And how is this any different from Bullshido throwdowns? A bunch of guys get together to fight and then put up the video on the internet.
    Just a little history lesson for you....boxing developed a LONG time ago. Try the brutal, and sometimes LETHAL fights in the early Olympics....early as in Ancient Greece. Roman gladiators took that up to a new level of mayhem by wearing metal gauntlets and an array of nasty attachments.

    Any combative, regardless of how pussified its modern version is, started out on the battlefield. Whether the battlefield had 40000 guys or 2, it started with people trying to seriously **** each other up.

    I think these fight clubs are fucking dumb for the same reasons everyone else listed above. And I pity the poor little teenager who gets his head swelled up from all his 'fight club victories' and walks into a real fight.....messy messy messy....and those stains just don't come up easy.

    Oh and throwdowns are groups of ACTUALLY PRACTICING STUDENTS FROM REAL SCHOOLS who want to meet up and throwdown...hence the name. That is the difference.
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    So do you think the greeks were a bunch of losers for practicing full contact fights and developing wrestling without any schools to teach them the proper technique? No, they invented the technique.


    I agree that going to a school and learning would be better. But I still think this is good stuff these kids are doing.
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    Allright, since that's impossible. Please, please, **** off and die.
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    Oh well, at least we can try to trollshido this ****.
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    back to the video.... im surprised people with no training can stick it out through full contact fights like that. most would-be tough guys i seen would not be able to take real punches and such. Sure, they werent exactly great punches, but its still not something ur average joe could take standing up and still come back for more
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcarson
    Just a little history lesson for you....boxing developed a LONG time ago. Try the brutal, and sometimes LETHAL fights in the early Olympics....early as in Ancient Greece. Roman gladiators took that up to a new level of mayhem by wearing metal gauntlets and an array of nasty attachments.
    Forget boxing and wrestling, as far as unarmed combat goes, pankration was the daddy of the Olympics.

    Yeah anyway, on-topic, there's nothing quite so retarded as a middle class teen 'fight club', except maybe that backyard wrestling stuff.
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    12/29/2005 2:38am


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    Hmm I remember posting a vid of myself and a friend, where we both came from different MA schools. It got pretty positive feedback, but the setup was similar to the video posted in this thread (the video was strangely deleted for some reason O_o).

    So why would that be? Is it only acceptable if the fighters had some skill first and THEN went and did some backyard sparring? Or should backyard sparring never be posted at all?
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