Good points. I think the reason his fights were chosen was that there's not a lot of unarmed fighting footage using the kali footwork. I think he should have used Frank Trigg, since some of their material comes from his "triggonomics".
Originally Posted by Goldust
Plus as stated "Never Back Down" (which I want the 2 hours or so of life back from watching) featured a man from the SENEGAL, where they have a native form of WRESTLING but because this wouldn't fit with Mr Prole they didn't go with it.
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Never back down sucked and weapons would be terribly dangerous. I think imo the UFC is growing and so are all the other pro mma like pride and elite. This sport is no where near its peak. I would like to see some other martial arts that can actually do **** against the average well rounded bjj/mt fighter. It would be interesting.
Or you could also use the case of Jorge Paez, 1980s featherweight boxer who used his foundation as an acrobat and circus clown as the framework for his boxing footwork.
Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra
If you wish to use this as a reference point of how if might work against some MA practioners, he decisioned Troy Dorsey, who was also a world kickboxing champ.
The UFC weapons league didn't pan out for obvious reasons.
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