Thread: What Do You Consider "A Fight"?
4/06/2006 5:16pm, #11
Originally Posted by Mr_Mantis
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4/06/2006 5:32pm, #12Originally Posted by Nathan McScary
To take the thread another direction, what about grappling only contests? Are those "fights". To me it depends. IMO, if the ruleset allows moves with the primary purpose to cause injury it's a fight. So olympic style amateur wrestling wouldn't qualifiy, but submission wrestling would.
4/06/2006 6:07pm, #13
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