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  1. CanucKyokushin is offline

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    Who would win in a fight?

    Let's take this seriously for one day. Because I believe that once this board goes andMorphs back into Bullshido once again this thread may never return again.

    So letís settle this once and for all. Who would win in a one-on-one fight.The experienced Aikidoka sensei or an amateur boxer. I believe that the Aikidoka sensei would win because the boxer would be too green in his style to properly be able to fight on the street in a real life situation.IMO!

    After all the Sensei would have years of training for just this purpose. His lineage is sound. While the young boxer would have training in a smelly old gym with training from coaches who's rankings can only be questionable.

    What do you ladyís and gents think?
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    This fight is unfair, the boxer doesn't train for the streets, he'll be caught completely off guard because there is no bell to warn him that the fight has started!
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    Of course the Aikido sensei will win the fight, consider also the boxer is used to wear gloves so he doesn't know how to get a grip and defend the grappling techinques of Aikido. The boxer has nothing to do against an experienced aikidoka
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    The better fighter will win. Period.
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    Too many variables.

    On one hand the Aikidoka has the advantage, if he has study a more combat oriented style of Aikido. But the boxer is generally in better conditon and generally people who have boxed have been a few street brawls as well. Plus you have to consider each persons actual fight experience, height and weight, mental attitude. You get my point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cymro
    The better fighter will win. Period.
    But you can't develope a good fighter without a good training methodology, and boxing lacks a training method that permits the practitioner to adapt the sport tecniques to the realities of the street. However Aikido training developes adaptability and flowing improvisation skills which are easily transferrable to real street situations.
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    I would consider more effective training part of being the better fighter.

    Please notice I said "better fighter" not "better martial artist".

    And remember: the aikidoka has ki on his side!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cymro
    And remember: the aikidoka has ki on his side!
    Well, that settles it, then. What boxer can overcome that kind of advantage? I'd bet my bottom dollar on the aikidoka.
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    In the spirit of our renewed forum:

    I have to disagree. Boxing develops skills that are very useful in street encounters. The hand techniques are superior to most MA, not becuase there are a wide array, but becuase they teach you how to strike from odd angles and with speed and combinations. It also teaches footwork and stamina that many (not all) aikidoka lack.
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    Ki is an awesome thing to behold. Remind me to show all of you my qigong fireball someday.

    Aikido is a highly flexible and adaptable martial art, with truely superior technique. What boxer could hope to stand against one who was in true harmony with the universe?
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