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#60 - Baby pls make me a sniper aye all the ayes 05/28/2015 on dup, depado do 0
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#56 - Did not remember this moment. But this doesn't really show may…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/21/2015 on Avatar 0
User avatar #58 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
The lifting up of the gloves at the right time requires speed,while the position of the body requires movement. Paquito has knocked out many men with longer reaches than Mayweather. It's just basic boxing strategy with a mix of skill.
#52 - I'm not saying boxing doesn't require skill or speed / movemen…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Avatar +1
User avatar #55 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
https://youtube.com/devicesupport Do you remember this?
User avatar #56 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
Did not remember this moment. But this doesn't really show mayweather doing anything that requires speed or movement, it's more of an argument that pacquiao isn't large enough to damage him if anything
User avatar #58 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
The lifting up of the gloves at the right time requires speed,while the position of the body requires movement. Paquito has knocked out many men with longer reaches than Mayweather. It's just basic boxing strategy with a mix of skill.
#47 - I mean, I understand your opinion but I just disagree, surpris…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Avatar 0
User avatar #49 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
Then why wasn't there an immediate knockout as soon as pac man closed the distance? He didn't grab immediately, pac hand plenty of time to land a punch but didn't like he's done hundreds of times before.

Speed and movement are incredibly important in boxing.
User avatar #52 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not saying boxing doesn't require skill or speed / movement. What I'm saying is mayweather's reach gave him a clear edge in that fight. And whenever pacquiao did close the distance, he would manage a punch and then immediately get clinched
User avatar #55 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
https://youtube.com/devicesupport Do you remember this?
User avatar #56 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
Did not remember this moment. But this doesn't really show mayweather doing anything that requires speed or movement, it's more of an argument that pacquiao isn't large enough to damage him if anything
User avatar #58 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
The lifting up of the gloves at the right time requires speed,while the position of the body requires movement. Paquito has knocked out many men with longer reaches than Mayweather. It's just basic boxing strategy with a mix of skill.
#30 - I'll concede Jiujitsu, that one is definitely skill over power…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Avatar 0
User avatar #38 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
Mayweather won because he had a better defense, if you put either of those men up against a fighter from the heavyweight division they'd destroy them 9/10 based on skill alone,

The only scenario that I'm thinking of is a fight, whenever for defense or for competition or for whatever, and if a martial art is based on the other persons opinion of you and not your own skill, it probably isn't that effective.
User avatar #47 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I mean, I understand your opinion but I just disagree, surprising your opponent is just as effective as squaring up and beating the crap out of them imo. I can't say mayweather isn't skilled, but he won purely because he has a longer reach and was able to throw jabs outside of pacquiano's reach.
User avatar #49 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
Then why wasn't there an immediate knockout as soon as pac man closed the distance? He didn't grab immediately, pac hand plenty of time to land a punch but didn't like he's done hundreds of times before.

Speed and movement are incredibly important in boxing.
User avatar #52 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not saying boxing doesn't require skill or speed / movement. What I'm saying is mayweather's reach gave him a clear edge in that fight. And whenever pacquiao did close the distance, he would manage a punch and then immediately get clinched
User avatar #55 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
https://youtube.com/devicesupport Do you remember this?
User avatar #56 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
Did not remember this moment. But this doesn't really show mayweather doing anything that requires speed or movement, it's more of an argument that pacquiao isn't large enough to damage him if anything
User avatar #58 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
The lifting up of the gloves at the right time requires speed,while the position of the body requires movement. Paquito has knocked out many men with longer reaches than Mayweather. It's just basic boxing strategy with a mix of skill.
User avatar #42 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
Mayweather won because he played for points, that fight was a disappointment, Mayweather sucks dick man :/
User avatar #44 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not arguing the fight was entertaining, it was really boring, but he had better defense.
User avatar #45 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
AAAH YES hugging, my favourite part of boxing, it's what I pay to see. I guess but if it was a fight going until someone was knocked out he would have lost.
User avatar #48 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
It's not just the hugging, did you see the way he dodged those punches when he was on the ropes, he was practically begging for KO but nothing touched him.

I agree the fight was boring, I feel sorry for anyone who paid 100 dollars for it.
User avatar #51 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
I did not pay thank God and yeah but still I wanted to see a blood bath dammit.
#23 - My argument is basically that eastern martial arts rely more h…  [+] (14 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Avatar 0
User avatar #27 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
https://youtube.com/devicesupport https://youtube.com/devicesupport skip to 1:15

Maybe wrestling relies a good deal on weight and size, but not boxing and definitely not jiujitsu (attached are some of my favorite examples)

Yes, the skill of the practitioner matters obviously, but put a seasoned mma fighter against any of these eastern masters and I'm willing to bet 99% of the time they will lose, thats my point. The style will come into play, the effectiveness and the fluidity of movement, as well as just being well rounded all lead to a set small number of unique superior styles, each efficient in their own way. These are the styles you will see mma fighters using. They have backgrounds as boxers, kick boxers, wrestlers, and jiujitsu the mass majority of the time because thats what works the best.
User avatar #30 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I'll concede Jiujitsu, that one is definitely skill over power, but boxers definitely get an advantage with increased size because they can generate more power behind their punches and they generally have more reach hence the recent mayweather win I can agree the mma fighters would win a majority of the one on one fights, but a great deal of eastern martial arts are designed to be used when the other person doesn't know you're going to fight back. I'll agree to mma type styles being more effective in match type settings but it shouldn't mean eastern styles are useless because they're designed for different scenarios
User avatar #38 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
Mayweather won because he had a better defense, if you put either of those men up against a fighter from the heavyweight division they'd destroy them 9/10 based on skill alone,

The only scenario that I'm thinking of is a fight, whenever for defense or for competition or for whatever, and if a martial art is based on the other persons opinion of you and not your own skill, it probably isn't that effective.
User avatar #47 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I mean, I understand your opinion but I just disagree, surprising your opponent is just as effective as squaring up and beating the crap out of them imo. I can't say mayweather isn't skilled, but he won purely because he has a longer reach and was able to throw jabs outside of pacquiano's reach.
User avatar #49 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
Then why wasn't there an immediate knockout as soon as pac man closed the distance? He didn't grab immediately, pac hand plenty of time to land a punch but didn't like he's done hundreds of times before.

Speed and movement are incredibly important in boxing.
User avatar #52 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not saying boxing doesn't require skill or speed / movement. What I'm saying is mayweather's reach gave him a clear edge in that fight. And whenever pacquiao did close the distance, he would manage a punch and then immediately get clinched
User avatar #55 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
https://youtube.com/devicesupport Do you remember this?
User avatar #56 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
Did not remember this moment. But this doesn't really show mayweather doing anything that requires speed or movement, it's more of an argument that pacquiao isn't large enough to damage him if anything
User avatar #58 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
The lifting up of the gloves at the right time requires speed,while the position of the body requires movement. Paquito has knocked out many men with longer reaches than Mayweather. It's just basic boxing strategy with a mix of skill.
User avatar #42 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
Mayweather won because he played for points, that fight was a disappointment, Mayweather sucks dick man :/
User avatar #44 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not arguing the fight was entertaining, it was really boring, but he had better defense.
User avatar #45 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
AAAH YES hugging, my favourite part of boxing, it's what I pay to see. I guess but if it was a fight going until someone was knocked out he would have lost.
User avatar #48 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
It's not just the hugging, did you see the way he dodged those punches when he was on the ropes, he was practically begging for KO but nothing touched him.

I agree the fight was boring, I feel sorry for anyone who paid 100 dollars for it.
User avatar #51 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
I did not pay thank God and yeah but still I wanted to see a blood bath dammit.
#18 - This one is actually probably a better example 05/21/2015 on Avatar 0
#17 - I mean I would agree with what you were saying if my argument …  [+] (16 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Avatar 0
User avatar #21 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm gonna respond to this comment just because it's longer but I did watch the other video you sent.

If your contention is that eastern martial arts relies on a certain technique of strikes, then why aren't they dominating mma competitions? It;s completely within the rules to strike your opponent with kicks like that, the reason people don't kick like that however is because it's leaves them wide open to an attack, not to mention a grapple.

The videos you posted show some hard shots, but I believe that they were successful for two reasons. One, luck which is admittedly inherent in any fight, and two, the lack of skill or alertness on the part of their opponent.

As far as speed goes, thats present in boxing and kick boxing as well. The way Anderson Sliva dodges blows in almost inhuman at times, and the way GSP can throw kicks like punches is phenomenal.

If there was something that these martial arts had that the others didn't they would be one of the core mma skill sets like wrestling, boxing, kick boxing and jiujitsu.

Speed and striking is always practical. Why couldn't a master martial arts fighter in say capoeira just not gouge the eyes or kick them in the balls. Why not kick them in the head or the pelvic girdle.

There will always be amazing off the wall moments in fighting, but the fact remains that if one style beats another style 99 percent of the time, one style is better.

And I'm a wrestler, I've practiced in a few mma matches but for the most part i just wrestle. I watch fighting like a hawk though.
User avatar #23 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
My argument is basically that eastern martial arts rely more heavily on strikes that would be considered cheap shots in mma and other western fighting styles because they were made to help smaller people fight bigger people. The martial arts you've mentioned like boxing, wrestling and jiujitsu all give an edge to a person with more weight / size. The lack of skill and awareness you mentioned before is what I mean when I say that effectiveness of a martial art depends on the practitioner. The way I see it is that Eastern martial arts are more for self defense and shocking the opponent while mma style martial arts dont make an attempt to hide the intent to fight. I love both kinds of styles but I think it comes down to who is fighting and what situation they're in.
User avatar #27 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
https://youtube.com/devicesupport https://youtube.com/devicesupport skip to 1:15

Maybe wrestling relies a good deal on weight and size, but not boxing and definitely not jiujitsu (attached are some of my favorite examples)

Yes, the skill of the practitioner matters obviously, but put a seasoned mma fighter against any of these eastern masters and I'm willing to bet 99% of the time they will lose, thats my point. The style will come into play, the effectiveness and the fluidity of movement, as well as just being well rounded all lead to a set small number of unique superior styles, each efficient in their own way. These are the styles you will see mma fighters using. They have backgrounds as boxers, kick boxers, wrestlers, and jiujitsu the mass majority of the time because thats what works the best.
User avatar #30 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I'll concede Jiujitsu, that one is definitely skill over power, but boxers definitely get an advantage with increased size because they can generate more power behind their punches and they generally have more reach hence the recent mayweather win I can agree the mma fighters would win a majority of the one on one fights, but a great deal of eastern martial arts are designed to be used when the other person doesn't know you're going to fight back. I'll agree to mma type styles being more effective in match type settings but it shouldn't mean eastern styles are useless because they're designed for different scenarios
User avatar #38 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
Mayweather won because he had a better defense, if you put either of those men up against a fighter from the heavyweight division they'd destroy them 9/10 based on skill alone,

The only scenario that I'm thinking of is a fight, whenever for defense or for competition or for whatever, and if a martial art is based on the other persons opinion of you and not your own skill, it probably isn't that effective.
User avatar #47 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I mean, I understand your opinion but I just disagree, surprising your opponent is just as effective as squaring up and beating the crap out of them imo. I can't say mayweather isn't skilled, but he won purely because he has a longer reach and was able to throw jabs outside of pacquiano's reach.
User avatar #49 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
Then why wasn't there an immediate knockout as soon as pac man closed the distance? He didn't grab immediately, pac hand plenty of time to land a punch but didn't like he's done hundreds of times before.

Speed and movement are incredibly important in boxing.
User avatar #52 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not saying boxing doesn't require skill or speed / movement. What I'm saying is mayweather's reach gave him a clear edge in that fight. And whenever pacquiao did close the distance, he would manage a punch and then immediately get clinched
User avatar #55 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
https://youtube.com/devicesupport Do you remember this?
User avatar #56 - Seanxone (05/21/2015) [-]
Did not remember this moment. But this doesn't really show mayweather doing anything that requires speed or movement, it's more of an argument that pacquiao isn't large enough to damage him if anything
User avatar #58 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
The lifting up of the gloves at the right time requires speed,while the position of the body requires movement. Paquito has knocked out many men with longer reaches than Mayweather. It's just basic boxing strategy with a mix of skill.
User avatar #42 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
Mayweather won because he played for points, that fight was a disappointment, Mayweather sucks dick man :/
User avatar #44 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not arguing the fight was entertaining, it was really boring, but he had better defense.
User avatar #45 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
AAAH YES hugging, my favourite part of boxing, it's what I pay to see. I guess but if it was a fight going until someone was knocked out he would have lost.
User avatar #48 - youregaylol (05/21/2015) [-]
It's not just the hugging, did you see the way he dodged those punches when he was on the ropes, he was practically begging for KO but nothing touched him.

I agree the fight was boring, I feel sorry for anyone who paid 100 dollars for it.
User avatar #51 - mrpkmon (05/21/2015) [-]
I did not pay thank God and yeah but still I wanted to see a blood bath dammit.

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User avatar #2 to #1 - Seanxone (02/12/2014) [-]
Why you do this man, like I'm already having a **** week and then I come here to laugh and see this **** ? Not cool
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What even brought you to my profile?
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