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  1. JohnnyFive is offline

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    11/26/2006 10:55pm


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    I had a mild case of cauliflower ear, they drained it and sewed great big cotton rolls to either side of the ear, it looks fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axelton
    be like joe rogan and wear headgear...
    You mean like wrestling ear guards for when I'm rolling in BJJ class?

    I noticed it's pretty easy to get it when practicing the clinch in muay thai because when the other guy pushes you off after clinching you his hands often slam into the back of your ears. this happened to me recently but I never bothered to go to the doctors because their didn't seem to be any fluid trapped in the ear, it just hurt for a few days and now the edge of my ear curls out a little more than it used to. No big deal really, I just don't want to end up with a full on cauliflower ear if it happens again but much harder.
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    11/27/2006 1:40am


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    it's not really a hard hit that does it... it's constant repeated pressure. so you should notice it after a long session of constantly getting ear smacked.
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    One hard hit can do it too, my brother took a knee to the ear in rugby and BOOM his ear was the size of a baseball.
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     Style: Muay Thai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Foley
    I noticed it's pretty easy to get it when practicing the clinch in muay thai because when the other guy pushes you off after clinching you his hands often slam into the back of your ears.
    really? i can honestly say this has never happened to me

    edit- shittastic grammar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex
    really? i can honestly say this has never happened to m this happened to me
    I think it was because we were wearing boxing gloves. We were doing this drill we often do where you clinch the guy then push him off and throw a combination of punches into the thai pads the other guy is holding.
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    11/27/2006 3:44am


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cracky McSlugHoot
    One hard hit can do it too, my brother took a knee to the ear in rugby and BOOM his ear was the size of a baseball.
    wow... ****. actually, i can sort of see that. i guess if you get got slammed hard enough, and in wrestling you can get slammed fucking hard, you can develop it.

    i always thought it was just repeatedly getting slammed hard that gave you cauliflower ears.
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     Style: Muay Thai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Foley
    I think it was because we were wearing boxing gloves. We were doing this drill we often do where you clinch the guy then push him off and throw a combination of punches into the thai pads the other guy is holding.
    actually now i think about it this has happened to me, although never hard enough to damage my beautiful ears. some people are a bit inconsiderate when training stuff in the clinch :/
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    i always thought it was just repeatedly getting slammed hard that gave you cauliflower ears.
    It all depends. There's a gradual sort that happens and there's a "Holy **** what just fucking happened" sort.
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    is there any difference in them, either in their severity or their treatment?
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