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    Ali vs Inoki.

    anyone see the clip to this fight? what the hell kind of fight was that??? who won this fight?!!? Inoki kept trying to do sacrifice falling kicks to Ali's legs teh whole time....

    http://www.freewebs.com/martial_arts1/ali-inoki.WMV
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    THe fight was a draw. It was also vote the most BORING Match of the Century.
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      #3
      yeh...it looked pretty damned pathetic...what was inoki??? a Japanese pro wrestler??? Ali should have stomped on his face...
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        #4
        Inoki is a Pro Wrestler, and a rather good one, he also sponors several Fight orgs and competitions like INOKI BOOM BA YE! and NJPW.
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          #5
          Ali nearly had his leg amputated after, so I think you could say the less limited fighter won.

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            #6
            It was supposed to be a work but was changed to a shoot last minute. I believe one of the concessions was that Inoki could only kick if one knee was on the mat (which is so bizarre).
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              #7
              Originally posted by chaosexmachina View Post
              It was supposed to be a work but was changed to a shoot last minute. I believe one of the concessions was that Inoki could only kick if one knee was on the mat (which is so bizarre).
              And no wrestling holds? The rules were a mess.

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                #8
                Originally posted by JudiChop View Post
                Ali nearly had his leg amputated after, so I think you could say the less limited fighter won.
                Inoki was not less limited. Ali could punch, but Inoki couldn't throw, grapple, tackle or kick? That makes Inoki the more limited one.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Permalost View Post
                  Inoki was not less limited. Ali could punch, but Inoki couldn't throw, grapple, tackle or kick? That makes Inoki the more limited one.
                  No, I mean as a martial artist. Inoki was more limited by the rules, but he was a much more well rounded fighter.

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                    #10
                    Ali kept demanding ever tighter rules.

                    http://www.theguardian.com/sport/blo...y-of-ali-inoki

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                      #11
                      This thread is from back in the day when MABS and YMAS were one and the same.

                      Using Lawnmower Man technology, however, I'll be able to answer the OP's post. The fight was technically a draw, although Inoki's repeated leg kicks probably screwed Ali up for the rest of his career. Inoki had some convoluted set of restrictions implemented on him that forbade him from attacking Ali in any rational fashion (Ali, likewise, could only throw one type of punch or something). The commentators didn't know this, so Inoki just comes across as a retard; in reality, baseball sliding into Ali's knees was the only technique he had at his disposal.

                      The fight isn't really as boring as it reputation would let on if you understand the effect repeated leg kicks have.
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Holy Moment View Post
                        This thread is from back in the day when MABS and YMAS were one and the same.

                        Using Lawnmower Man technology, however, I'll be able to answer the OP's post. The fight was technically a draw, although Inoki's repeated leg kicks probably screwed Ali up for the rest of his career. Inoki had some convoluted set of restrictions implemented on him that forbade him from attacking Ali in any rational fashion (Ali, likewise, could only throw one type of punch or something). The commentators didn't know this, so Inoki just comes across as a retard; in reality, baseball sliding into Ali's knees was the only technique he had at his disposal.

                        The fight isn't really as boring as it reputation would let on if you understand the effect repeated leg kicks have.
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