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kendo1234
3/19/2018 2:10pm,
What do people think of a weapon style UFC, do u thing its like the next step or a branch off verison that could happen or should?
like verious styles Escrima, Kendo, Fencing, Silat, Hema and so on competing
do u think you would get like cross train weapon mma style
i do Hema, Kendo, Fencing when i can priming leg problems, but when sparring we get cross over of and mix of tec and styles thown into sparring from various people styles they trained in.

ghost55
3/19/2018 2:13pm,
The dog brothers tried to pitch stick fighting to the UFC in the late 90s and got rejected because it was too brutal. I think you might enjoy M-1 Mideval fights.

Bneterasedmynam
3/19/2018 3:25pm,
The weapons portion of such a fight would only be a gimmick. It would basically be MMA. The thing is to make the weapons non-lethal you have to nerf them significantly and at that point you make them useless. Most fighters could eat a few hits and just rely on their groundwork.

kendo1234
3/19/2018 3:32pm,
The weapons portion of such a fight would only be a gimmick. It would basically be MMA. The thing is to make the weapons non-lethal you have to nerf them significantly and at that point you make them useless. Most fighters could eat a few hits and just rely on their groundwork.

what if u had just like padding
eg fencing jacket saves the being nerf like
still hurts but reduces leatheness of hit

cualltaigh
3/19/2018 6:05pm,
What if someone had thought of this years ago and had already developed over that time the technology and scoring systems to make it happen....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLSB1fu_a1A

Tranquil Suit
3/19/2018 6:08pm,
What if someone had thought of this years ago and had already developed over that time the technology and scoring systems to make it happen....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLSB1fu_a1A

Huh, actually quite harmless compared to normal MMA.

Bneterasedmynam
3/19/2018 6:09pm,
what if u had just like padding
eg fencing jacket saves the being nerf like
still hurts but reduces leatheness of hit

Long weapons are at a disadvantage at short distance due to leverage. Anything less than a potentially lethal strike could be absorbed long enough to close distance. The main problem is any weapon that is in any way substantially more powerful than what a trained human could generate is going to be too dangerous to use. Anything less would be mostly useless since it could be walked past to close range. It's a fun gimmick, but a gimmick none the less.

dhkim030203
3/20/2018 10:53am,
Choosing the sparring weapon or its material might be a little difficult. Most safe material would reduce the weapon's effectiveness to a point where the impact force would not be enough to stop someone, while other materials would be too lethal to be used in full contact sparring since even a shinai is enough to give someone bruises. And imagine someone with rattan sticks going up against someone who has a halberd. Rules are going to be another issue.

NeilG
3/20/2018 5:54pm,
How do you determine when the fight is over?

dhkim030203
3/21/2018 2:27am,
Rules in weapon sparring are hard to establish. The "first person to hit wins" rule in fencing guides fighters into focusing only on hitting the opponent first and ignoring their defence which resultes in very short bouts and rounds ending with double strikes which is unacceptable in a real weapon fight. A way to solve this problem would be to let both fighters fight for a while and determine the winner by comparing the number of blows landed.

kendo1234
3/21/2018 4:04am,
Rules in weapon sparring are hard to establish. The "first person to hit wins" rule in fencing guides fighters into focusing only on hitting the opponent first and ignoring their defence which resultes in very short bouts and rounds ending with double strikes which is unacceptable in a real weapon fight. A way to solve this problem would be to let both fighters fight for a while and determine the winner by comparing the number of blows landed.

would have to use hema contact rule, fencing right of way and first hit is a bit ****
where if person has strikes person on fatal area and other person first on non fatal area point award to first person. and the rule of defence in it what would clear up protecting yourrself from incoming strikes well hit, stop them just swinging madly at each other

NeilG
3/21/2018 10:23am,
Define fatal and non-fatal. You really don't know. A cut to the arm may well be effectively the end of the fight, a thrust to the abdomen might not.

dhkim030203
3/21/2018 10:35am,
It might be something that depends on the referee's decision. Every factor including the force of the impact, the length of the cut, and the location of the impact has to be taken into consideration which makes defining fatal and non fatal difficult.

submessenger
3/21/2018 10:58am,
Define fatal and non-fatal. You really don't know. A cut to the arm may well be effectively the end of the fight, a thrust to the abdomen might not.

Thank you for this line of inquiry.

kendo1234
3/21/2018 11:48am,
Define fatal and non-fatal. You really don't know. A cut to the arm may well be effectively the end of the fight, a thrust to the abdomen might not.

sorry i meant, like fencing off a tap on the hand counts equally to a neck strike
unlike in kendo where the strikes have to be done with intent and not just tap them anywhere

Omega Supreme
3/21/2018 11:53am,
What if someone had thought of this years ago and had already developed over that time the technology and scoring systems to make it happen....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLSB1fu_a1A


1. I am so fucking tired of hearing the term "Bo Staff"
2. They both suck