Posted On:4/03/2006 1:47am
I just saw Ken Shamrock lose on that basic cable UFC show last night due to a barrage of strikes. This is in the first round and him and his opponent did a bit of grappling beforehand.
So, if MMA sparring is so "unfair" then I guess you'll need to balance yourself out with a bit of grappling, too.
Posted On:4/03/2006 3:39am
Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
I have these so far I have no complaints.
Seconded . I use mine atleast once but usualy twice a weekly for standup , stand up with takedowns , and free sparring in all ranges . They have to be five-six months old now . And they look pretty good . Plenty of padding and shock obsorbtion left . No complaints at all ...
The really cool thing is that I can type in them fairly well .
Originally Posted by Bodhi108
Nuke a unborn gay whale for Christ.
“I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.”
Posted On:4/03/2006 8:12am
Originally Posted by RogueSamurai
For those of us who prefer slugging it out like men rather than rolling around like fags MMA sparring is kinda unfair. You don´t get to hit people like you would in a real fight. The world needs some type of soft gloves that can be used for striking and still kept on when you´ve gotten to the ground. Someone needs to invent that ****.
I'm getting the feeling that you don't like grappling because if a man puts his crotch anywhere near you, you'll loose all inhibitions and end up with a dick in your mouth.
You are the biggest self loathing homophobe on this sight, aside from Carbon.
The Bottom Brick
Posted On:4/03/2006 9:12pm
Style: BJJ, Ju-Jitsu
MMA sparring is unfair for pure line _ing-_un and Fang Shen Do. Otherwise known as role players in the adventure game that is their life.
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