Posted On:5/20/2008 7:56pm
Style: Shotokan, Krav Maga
Where do you rank western boxing in terms of training aliveness, effectivess in SD among other arts/systems?
12th level logic wielder
Posted On:5/20/2008 8:19pm
Style: BJJ, judo, rapier
Also wow to the choice of forum.
Posted On:5/20/2008 8:26pm
That's your contribution? Thanks!
Posted On:5/20/2008 8:29pm
How about this: Consider boxing training. Consider the level of boxing competition. Where do you think it ranks on a scale from no-touch point sparring to full contact sports like, er, well, examples fail me at the moment...? It just does not strike me as a matter of controversy.
I also fail to see how someone can hang around here for long enough to make almost 280 posts without figuring out whether boxing is in the General Opinion camp of BJJ and MT, or in the camp of TKD, _ing _un, and Aikido.
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Posted On:5/20/2008 8:33pm
Style: MCMAP, BJJ
I don't know, why don't you go to a boxing gym, and call someone their a *****, and see how effective it is, on teh str33t.
but no, i think boxing would be number one or two, to be honest, because
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Originally Posted by HappyOldGuy
I agree with moosey
Thats why I put it in MMA to rank it among BJJ, MT etc. I wanted opinons of people who would know more than me.
Not sure why or how you came up with the controversy thing.
So, after 280 posts, i should know if it isnt BJJ it just isnt?
It's good, but it's nowhere near as good as say, Ki Chuan Do.
Posted On:5/20/2008 8:37pm
The general opinion of people on Bullshido is that the arts that deserve to be respected are those that practice with aliveness, meaning training with full force and resistance, including sparring, under rulesets that are as permissive as possible. A good showing in MMA events also helps. BJJ is one such art. Muay Thai is another. Boxing is, yes, another, and so are sambo, Kyokushin and related schools of karate, San shou...
Honestly, how can you not have noticed this?
Posted On:5/20/2008 8:40pm
I think I noticed that but I was not sure how people see boxing training versus, lets say, MT. Would the kicking and elbowing aspect of MT significantly increase it's self defense effectiveness?
Posted On:5/20/2008 8:41pm
Originally Posted by Petter
The general opinion of people with more then 3 brain cells is that the arts that deserve to be respected are those that practice with aliveness, meaning training with full force and resistance, including sparring, under rulesets that are as permissive as possible. A good showing in MMA events also helps. BJJ is one such art. Muay Thai is another. Boxing is, yes, another, and so are sambo, Kyokushin and related schools of karate, San shou...
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