3/25/2008 3:12am, #21
3/25/2008 7:29am, #22
As another way of looking at it though, if I was interested in competing in MMA, I'd much rather get instruction from someone who has been in the octagon 10 times, even if he lost all 10 times, than from someone who has never competed at that level.
There are a lot of factors that go into winning and losing in MMA that don't necessarily have anything to do with the strength of your technique.Jesus loves you. I think you're an asshole.
3/25/2008 12:21pm, #23Originally Posted by Airman Kai
What time of life a guy came into MMA is a big factor, as well. Realistically, if someone doesn't "discover" mma by about age 35 (and I'm being nice there) they're going to have to be a phenom to win a ton of fights.
3/26/2008 6:45am, #24
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I'd only be wary if the guys record was 0-0-0. As long as he has more skills then I do, and has been where I want to go, I'll sit down and learn from him."a martial art that has no rules is nothing but violence" - Kenji Tomiki