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- Sun, 26 Apr 2015 18:09:26 EST 5HT7/YIo No.55679
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>The state of Jon Jones
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Cung Le - Sun, 29 Mar 2020 09:10:07 EST 9xfZTc2x No.58277 Reply
you jump anywhere in this thread and its talking about a different fuckup.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 12 May 2020 16:08:45 EST v5gzHtvw No.58291 Reply
It's basically what the Teddy Hart thread is on /wooo/. Jones fucks up every opportunity he gets.
Ryan Bader - Sun, 31 May 2020 14:48:10 EST LEClho9U No.58297 Reply
except jon jones is considered one of the best of all time and teddy hart is literally a nobody


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!F612/rL8Ks - Sat, 21 Mar 2020 13:49:37 EST V/1W4Q9f No.58273
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Weight Class for thai boxing and MMA

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- Fri, 10 Apr 2020 16:36:51 EST wtD2IViY No.58281
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I am 5'9 and 3/4 almost 5'10 and weight 124-125 lbs when I cut weight from 135. I walk around at 132-137. I do alot of upper body workouts burpes, I can do 500 push ups in a row. I do 100 miles on the layback bike some days while doing curls of 55-60 reps switching arms the whole time. I have a nasty leg kick good top gulitine. my strengh is my striking tho can switch stances easy and strike good from both south paw and reg. I am a righty tho. What sport should I choose and what weight class. I am 34 years old and am noticing Im getting slightly slower then when i was 32-33. Should I just say fuck it and just train for fun?
Cody McKenzie - Mon, 20 Apr 2020 09:36:29 EST 0yqfROD4 No.58286 Reply
Train for fun. Youre too old to make a living out of this. Best case, if youre really fucking exceptional and put all of your effort into it, you can get one or two decently paid fights before you have to retire with considerable damage to your body and brain. Put that effort into literally any other profession and youre set for the rest of your life.
Demian Maia - Fri, 29 May 2020 06:47:06 EST FD8fwpaG No.58295 Reply
Gratz on hard work, Anon! But seriously man at 34 the sport will fuck you up beyond repair, don't punish yourself. If it's your dream then go for it and don't look back, but if it's just a hobby and you enjoy training then just keep training.


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- Sat, 16 May 2020 16:54:02 EST VTLOElGI No.58293
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On one hand, morally I should feel bad for Miko. She just wants to do what is right, and the world attacks her. Kobachi flat out tells us this.
On the other hand, I understand the students. Her whole existence is made to be mocked. It's the tale of the foolish human who wants to fly too high. She's egocentric, selfish, and deluded enough that she never questions if she's wrong. We feel bad, because we know that she means well. But in truth she waves the rules and the books, but doesn't have the skills and the charisma to back it.

She's doomed to live a tragedy, and she fully deserves it.


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- Thu, 12 Mar 2020 15:31:10 EST Xt/D/ZMQ No.58266
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National Chair Fighting Championship 2019 highlights

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- Sun, 23 Jun 2019 23:07:48 EST NCbo4KQ9 No.58136
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Highlights from the Final bout of the 2019 tournament of the National Chair Fighting Championship.


Rules are, no standing up, no closed fists.
Jens Pulver - Wed, 22 Apr 2020 05:52:20 EST GSxAVFSj No.58290 Reply
More like a slapping contest...

UFC 210

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- Fri, 07 Apr 2017 13:22:14 EST JndLd2XF No.57723
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Cormier missed weight today but the title fight is still on since the NYSAC is wacky and allows a second weigh-in for title fights and so DC got naked and then used the old wrestling trick of displacing weight by pushing down on the towel held in front of his body to make exactly 205 on the scale. I like DC a lot but that's pretty shitty of him as the champ to come in and miss weight. Oh well, fight's on and should be entertaining.

Also some female fighter got pulled from the card because of her breast implants so lol
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Emelianegro !2iyFNTAIpU - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 16:23:37 EST 1TlfpGFB No.57735 Reply
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Well they certainly had plenty of time after the first weigh in to scramble together some strategies for the re-weigh in..
It's not inconceivable that they discussed and tried several techniques before giving that one a shot out of pure desperation. I mean, it's more likely than not they had to try that out if all the other options were failing, right?
I can actually see the conversation in my mind's eye. I imagine the weight cutting team looking at each other and a look of knowing I in their eyes that although it might not have to be spoken but hey we all know what needs to be done here...

Can you see? They're all freaking out and DC black Fedor is throwing a fit when someone starts whispering in another's ear and they just know, ya know?
Rich Franklin - Tue, 16 May 2017 11:20:43 EST GgWsummi No.57743 Reply
Fuck weight cutting they should weigh in on fight day-cutting is dangerous enough that ppl have died from it and it is a loophole for larger fighters to fight smaller guys

I know kung fu

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!Ps1ivhrO6w - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 13:47:14 EST yLXQisN5 No.57944
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ask me anything
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Jorge Masvidal - Mon, 25 Jun 2018 06:23:22 EST b4lzIJS8 No.58049 Reply
He's so twitchy and unco, he may actually have some kind of condition, like OCD or Tourette's. The compulsive grip changing reminds me of a guy I used to work with who had to back up and get set before he performed any action. Like, between bagging individual chicken nuggets, before opening a toilet door, turning a tap...
Still, from the looks of his channel, he's improved over eight months, doing handstand pushups is bretty gud. So he's gonna be unco and ripped.
Josh Koscheck - Mon, 20 Apr 2020 19:31:01 EST acDk4vFP No.58287 Reply
LOL I was coming off a sleep medicine addiction which lasted over eight months and which started just after my dear mother passed away.
!Ps1ivhrO6w - Tue, 21 Apr 2020 00:18:17 EST acDk4vFP No.58288 Reply
Also, it may be difficult to perceive it, but it is raining, and the bar is slippery.

Saturday Sep 7

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- Tue, 03 Sep 2019 17:51:25 EST Z+YO1UJI No.58174
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Literally unstoppable.

He toyed with McGregor, choosing to practice sparring with him before he finished the fight.

How likely will he get the title on Saturday?
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Tank Abbot - Sun, 22 Mar 2020 16:29:50 EST HQJXdy5B No.58275 Reply
Ferguson will lose easily but Corona is going to put this shit on cancel again. 6th times the charm maybe. Unless they host it with just Dana, Herb, Khabib/Tony, and the judges on some mountain in Dagestan.

Joanna Jedrzejczyk

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- Mon, 09 Mar 2020 07:35:30 EST dWqcspyK No.58260
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Joanna Jedrzejczyk's HEAD.
Dan Miragliotta - Mon, 09 Mar 2020 07:36:21 EST dWqcspyK No.58261 Reply
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Has Joanna been tested for CHEESE?
Dan Miragliotta - Mon, 09 Mar 2020 12:14:03 EST dWqcspyK No.58262 Reply
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Dubbilex from Jack Kirby's Jimmy Olsen comics?

Martial Arts Films

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- Sun, 29 Sep 2019 10:01:32 EST XWFAXJds No.58181
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This isn't meant to be a claim about literally all MMA fans or anything-- I'm a fan myself, albeit a casual one-- but why do I see so many self-proclaimed MMA fans (and sometimes practitioners) getting super fucking salty about kung fu movies and so on? They're fictional. They're pretend. It's okay for them not to be super realistic.

I understand getting annoyed when people see wire-fu shit and expect a real fight to be like that, but that's kind of the fault of people who take a movie that exists for entertainment to be 100% true, isn't it?

Also, this scene won awards for how well it drew on actual MMA techniques but choreographed them into an exciting fight scene for the big screen:


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Phil Davis - Fri, 13 Mar 2020 04:11:08 EST dWqcspyK No.58268 Reply
Doonie Yen and Sammo Hung kind of started that trend with their thriller S.P.L., they pulled out some MMA moves along with their usual wing chun and Jeet Kune Do styles.

They're two of the last filmmakers in Hong Kong who actually know their shit. Everything else is just model/actress/whatevers on wires with a lot of CGI who probably trained for a week.

Donnie, Sammo, Colin Chou, Yuen Biao, Wu Jing, there aren't many of the real martial artists left in Honkers.

Check this one out, with Donnie.
Hatsu Hioki - Sat, 14 Mar 2020 17:04:52 EST 5K2ayhNd No.58269 Reply
I haven't seen people get mad about stuff like that but then again I try not to associate with people who take life too seriously or can't take a joke, I've been doing MMA for years and I don't mind that people make fake fights in movies, they look cool and are entertaining, it's like watching Lord of the rings, it's just fantasy if I want to see a real fight I can watch UFC or ask another black belt at my dojo for a spar, that being said I can totally see some gymcel getting all mad about something like that

Practical Martial Arts and Severe Pain

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- Wed, 04 Dec 2019 21:41:54 EST 3gcP4qzV No.58187
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I spent a few years as a kid at pretty crap karate classes, but there was never any sparring or almost anything other than rote air training. I’ve been interested for some time in learning an effective combat martial art to actually defend myself, due to frequent family disputes ending violently.

Unfortunately, while I’m reasonably young (late 20’s) I am also considerably disabled. I take a high daily dose of methadone to be able to walk, and still spend 1-2 days per week almost entirely in bed due to severe joint problems. There is a degree of mechanical damage but my primary limitation is due to the effects of pain. It impacts all joints, but usually 2-4 joints are giving me trouble at any point in time. I have good days where that is almost unnoticeable, and bad days where I need support to stand (wish I had a cane). I would like to find something practical I could learn that I could both practice and use as someone considerably disabled.

I am 5’11” and quite lean, with little muscle or fat. I am prepared to spend time working as needed to work on that if relevant, within my physical capabilities. I just don’t want to lose any more fights to batshit crazy fat guys or morons with 2x4s. I’m aware that this will need to be an extended effort, that I would be walking in with practically zero and will face more difficulty and frustration than most people coming in off off the street. It’s worth it if I can stop some of the attacks against me and not have to wail about how ~awful~ they are kicking the shit out of a disabled person, it’s clearly apparent my family is shitty and doesn’t care.
Nate Quarry - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 06:11:13 EST 9v8NHXbS No.58257 Reply
Get pepper spray, a taser and a baton, and practice accuracy, speed and getting it out from your pocket quickly and unexpectedly. You dont need to train martial arts to defend yourself as long as you carry a non lethal weapon with you and can use it effectively. A street fight will last literally 5 seconds. I recommend pepper spray (in gel form, more accurate, resistant to wind and harder to hurt yourself with) its most effective on raging drunks with high pain tolerance, and you wont acvidentally kill anyone.
Otherwise you might want to try light boxing or jiu jitsu, but training will surely put strain on your joints.
Dan Miragliotta - Mon, 09 Mar 2020 13:08:14 EST dWqcspyK No.58263 Reply
I can point to a few good instructors who specialise in martial arts for the disabled.

Cole Rogers, Fightability
Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

Grandmaster Carlito Bonjoc Jr., Cadiz-Lapu Lapu Escrima
spina bifida

Hanshi Tim Broussard, Komuso Ryu
cerebral palsy

They manage quite a lot with even less than you describe yourself as having, so I'm sure if you could contact any of them they'd have better advice than any of the chairforce warriors on this board, myself included.
Dan Miragliotta - Mon, 09 Mar 2020 13:15:13 EST dWqcspyK No.58264 Reply
That being said...

For the joint problems, Alexander Technique, Feldenkrais Method, or DDP Yoga, and a lot of omega 3 fish oil and turmeric as antiinflammatories, and a lot of greens in your diet.

For self defence, a cane.

For unarmed, I suggest this as a starting point.


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- Sat, 08 Feb 2020 23:14:04 EST lnbK73Bm No.58251
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It's that time again, UFC 247 with Jon Bohneny Bones as main event. While we have same decent matchups in this card the real question is will Jon Jones put his tomato can matchup over again like he's done the last few times to give the illusion that the UFC's actually giving him difficult opponents? At last we shall truly see. Anyways UFC 247 thread
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 05:31:44 EST KYmmQ7D5 No.58258 Reply
Probably the closest Jones has come to losing but eventually he’ll fall.
Chris Leben - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 04:46:56 EST 8sI23Wkk No.58259 Reply
Very likely, but not inevitable. Its possible he'll win a couple more mega fights and retire.

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