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GLP, who here can actually FIGHT?

 
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How do i become tough like you guys?
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I've been in more fights than I can count on one hand, mainly boxing fights.

I have only knocked out one person, but I've hit people so hard they stumble.

I haven't been knocked out(knocking on wood), but just recently I got into it with some dudes from another hood, about 15 to 18guys and my supposed 2 friends ran off, so I ended up fighting their og, and the dude was like 6'7 and I'm 5'8, so basically he got me with a suckerpunch that didn't knock me but I got a black eye, at the end of the day, I didn't run I run because I was scared I was just outnumbered 15 to 1 so I don't consider that a lost fight.

But till this day I have won all my fights except for when I got jumped, but even when being jumped I don't consider that a loss because I fought on my own.
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fair weather wimps are the worst, I never get into a confrontation unless i feel I can handle it on my own.
I'll give you one tip when fighting overgrown assholes.
The trick is to make them beat themselves, make them miss and counterpunch to the point it insults their ego and they come after you even harder. THAT's when you air them out with body shots, they are actually easier to fight than people your own size.
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How do i become tough like you guys?
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I think it's time to get a consensus of just what kind of men we have here.

Have you ever knocked anybody out?

What's the hardest you've ever been hit and stood standing?

have you practiced any sort of fighting discipline and if so how much success have you had with it.

thanks
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16069571


Been knocked out, knocked opponents out. Continued fighting with broken hands, cracked wrist & cracked fibula. You do not feel the pain till it is over.

With that said ... ring fighting skills are good, but there is a reason more advanced martial artists move from the ring into weapons, Ho Sin Sool & Hapkido techniques.

It is good to be fast but it is equally important to be able to fight close Q and develop good grappling techniques.

It is also good to learn to identify readily available weapons that most untrained peeps only see as a common, harmless item just laying about.

GLP has some very well trained male & female fighters, as well as seasoned vets. Sadly, also no shortage of keyboard warriors -- must admit though, a keyboard could be deadly if properly utilized ;o)


Edit:
Sitting here with a cracked ankle at the moment, cracked it during kicking drills -- you know the old force/velocity/mass thingy got me. 1 more week & I am back in business!!!
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wow wouldn't want to date you, sound like one tough cookie. I think the best move a woman do is a knee to the balls, grab behind head when they double over and BAM knee to the face.
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Male attackers expect the groin strike. Inflict pain elsewhere first as a distraction, then nail the groin. Also, some guys do not react to the groin strike for several seconds -- a lot can happen in 3 seconds.

OBTW, I am married. Husband trained with Navy Seals and holds a 2nd degree in TKD. We train with each other all the time; he works with me on handling a much larger attacker, I help him to watch for knee/ankle sweeps and lower abdominal/groin attacks.
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

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I've been in more fights than I can count on one hand, mainly boxing fights.

I have only knocked out one person, but I've hit people so hard they stumble.

I haven't been knocked out(knocking on wood), but just recently I got into it with some dudes from another hood, about 15 to 18guys and my supposed 2 friends ran off, so I ended up fighting their og, and the dude was like 6'7 and I'm 5'8, so basically he got me with a suckerpunch that didn't knock me but I got a black eye, at the end of the day, I didn't run I run because I was scared I was just outnumbered 15 to 1 so I don't consider that a lost fight.

But till this day I have won all my fights except for when I got jumped, but even when being jumped I don't consider that a loss because I fought on my own.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6594892


One of the most valuable lessons for a fighter is to lose one or two and take a few good hits. It's why boxing is good..you actually take a beating. Once you've taken an ass wooping, the fear goes away and you can focus on a confrontation. Inexperienced fighters turn to jello from the adrenaline rush. Full contact sparing is crucial to succesful street fighting.
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I'm a 58 man from the south, and can honestly say I have never been in a fight. Hope I can take that record to my grave. It's not like I have avoided fights, just never got into that kind of situation.
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nothing wrong with that.
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How do i become tough like you guys?
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you two give your butthurt away, maybe if you two learned some self defense you wouldn't be so bitter right now.
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I've been in more fights than I can count on one hand, mainly boxing fights.

I have only knocked out one person, but I've hit people so hard they stumble.

I haven't been knocked out(knocking on wood), but just recently I got into it with some dudes from another hood, about 15 to 18guys and my supposed 2 friends ran off, so I ended up fighting their og, and the dude was like 6'7 and I'm 5'8, so basically he got me with a suckerpunch that didn't knock me but I got a black eye, at the end of the day, I didn't run I run because I was scared I was just outnumbered 15 to 1 so I don't consider that a lost fight.

But till this day I have won all my fights except for when I got jumped, but even when being jumped I don't consider that a loss because I fought on my own.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6594892


One of the most valuable lessons for a fighter is to lose one or two and take a few good hits. It's why boxing is good..you actually take a beating. Once you've taken an ass wooping, the fear goes away and you can focus on a confrontation. Inexperienced fighters turn to jello from the adrenaline rush. Full contact sparing is crucial to succesful street fighting.
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so adrenaline makes you weak? please explain
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You know that guy, the one that allowed you to hit him as hard and square as you possibly could and he turned his head back and smiled like a demon craving flesh, that would be me. Odds: 6 on 1=easy pickin's, 7 on 1= the fun's just begun, 8 on 1= a few bumps and bruises...you get the idea. Battle tested, mother approved :)
"Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore" - Andre Gide

"Given enough time, any man may master the physical. With enough knowledge, any man may become wise. It is the true warrior who can master both....and surpass the result." - Tien T'ai

"All my life, my heart has yearned for a thing I cannot name." - Andre Breton

"Sometimes you just have to pee in the sink" - Charles Bukowski

Except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain - Exerpt Psalm 127:1

Pain and heartbreak are but illusions that we allow our mind to create out of fear, live in love and from your heart and you'll realize that all is as it should be. The lessons we learn from loss are meant to be taken with wisdom and happiness not sadness and remorse. New strength, new love, new life, new wisdom and lessons that propel us forward on our journey back to unity, universal consciousness and true unconditional love. Wow, what an incredibly joyous ride when we see it for what it truly is!- Sin
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I've been in more fights than I can count on one hand, mainly boxing fights.

I have only knocked out one person, but I've hit people so hard they stumble.

I haven't been knocked out(knocking on wood), but just recently I got into it with some dudes from another hood, about 15 to 18guys and my supposed 2 friends ran off, so I ended up fighting their og, and the dude was like 6'7 and I'm 5'8, so basically he got me with a suckerpunch that didn't knock me but I got a black eye, at the end of the day, I didn't run I run because I was scared I was just outnumbered 15 to 1 so I don't consider that a lost fight.

But till this day I have won all my fights except for when I got jumped, but even when being jumped I don't consider that a loss because I fought on my own.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6594892



fair weather wimps are the worst, I never get into a confrontation unless i feel I can handle it on my own.
I'll give you one tip when fighting overgrown assholes.
The trick is to make them beat themselves, make them miss and counterpunch to the point it insults their ego and they come after you even harder. THAT's when you air them out with body shots, they are actually easier to fight than people your own size.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16069571


Necessary to remember that it takes twice as much energy to strike & miss vs. strike & hit. Also, on 5lbs PSI to give a concussion to most opponents, 30lbs PSI to bust a pelvis if the strike is well placed.

5lbs PSI is nothing, 30lbs should be delivered easily by a trained fighter (kick for a woman -- palm strike for a man).
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

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How do i become tough like you guys?
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you two give your butthurt away, maybe if you two learned some self defense you wouldn't be so bitter right now.
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personally i think it's not controlling your fear that is harmful in a confrontation, fear paralyses.
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Re: GLP, who here can actually FIGHT?
I think it's time to get a consensus of just what kind of men we have here.

Have you ever knocked anybody out?

What's the hardest you've ever been hit and stood standing?

have you practiced any sort of fighting discipline and if so how much success have you had with it.

thanks
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16069571


Been knocked out, knocked opponents out. Continued fighting with broken hands, cracked wrist & cracked fibula. You do not feel the pain till it is over.

With that said ... ring fighting skills are good, but there is a reason more advanced martial artists move from the ring into weapons, Ho Sin Sool & Hapkido techniques.

It is good to be fast but it is equally important to be able to fight close Q and develop good grappling techniques.

It is also good to learn to identify readily available weapons that most untrained peeps only see as a common, harmless item just laying about.

GLP has some very well trained male & female fighters, as well as seasoned vets. Sadly, also no shortage of keyboard warriors -- must admit though, a keyboard could be deadly if properly utilized ;o)


Edit:
Sitting here with a cracked ankle at the moment, cracked it during kicking drills -- you know the old force/velocity/mass thingy got me. 1 more week & I am back in business!!!
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


wow wouldn't want to date you, sound like one tough cookie. I think the best move a woman do is a knee to the balls, grab behind head when they double over and BAM knee to the face.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16069571


Male attackers expect the groin strike. Inflict pain elsewhere first as a distraction, then nail the groin. Also, some guys do not react to the groin strike for several seconds -- a lot can happen in 3 seconds.

OBTW, I am married. Husband trained with Navy Seals and holds a 2nd degree in TKD. We train with each other all the time; he works with me on handling a much larger attacker, I help him to watch for knee/ankle sweeps and lower abdominal/groin attacks.
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Good morning Lady Jane *the gentleman tips his brim*
"Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore" - Andre Gide

"Given enough time, any man may master the physical. With enough knowledge, any man may become wise. It is the true warrior who can master both....and surpass the result." - Tien T'ai

"All my life, my heart has yearned for a thing I cannot name." - Andre Breton

"Sometimes you just have to pee in the sink" - Charles Bukowski

Except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain - Exerpt Psalm 127:1

Pain and heartbreak are but illusions that we allow our mind to create out of fear, live in love and from your heart and you'll realize that all is as it should be. The lessons we learn from loss are meant to be taken with wisdom and happiness not sadness and remorse. New strength, new love, new life, new wisdom and lessons that propel us forward on our journey back to unity, universal consciousness and true unconditional love. Wow, what an incredibly joyous ride when we see it for what it truly is!- Sin
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How do i become tough like you guys?
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Pick a style and commit to it. Train hard at the Dojo and train extra at home. It doesn't happen overnight.

Get in the ring with someone and let them beat on you. You have to be familiar with taking a hit and be able to instantly respond without being stunned.

Some people are natural fighters. Some will never be good fighters. It comes from inside. And size does not matter. Some of the toughest bastards I've gone up against were small in stature.

It truely is the size of the fight in the dog. Not the size of the dog in the fight.
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I can swing a purse like nobody's business and slap fight, bite, and scratch like a street fighting harlot on cocaine.
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Been knocked out, knocked opponents out. Continued fighting with broken hands, cracked wrist & cracked fibula. You do not feel the pain till it is over.

With that said ... ring fighting skills are good, but there is a reason more advanced martial artists move from the ring into weapons, Ho Sin Sool & Hapkido techniques.

It is good to be fast but it is equally important to be able to fight close Q and develop good grappling techniques.

It is also good to learn to identify readily available weapons that most untrained peeps only see as a common, harmless item just laying about.

GLP has some very well trained male & female fighters, as well as seasoned vets. Sadly, also no shortage of keyboard warriors -- must admit though, a keyboard could be deadly if properly utilized ;o)


Edit:
Sitting here with a cracked ankle at the moment, cracked it during kicking drills -- you know the old force/velocity/mass thingy got me. 1 more week & I am back in business!!!
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


wow wouldn't want to date you, sound like one tough cookie. I think the best move a woman do is a knee to the balls, grab behind head when they double over and BAM knee to the face.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16069571


Male attackers expect the groin strike. Inflict pain elsewhere first as a distraction, then nail the groin. Also, some guys do not react to the groin strike for several seconds -- a lot can happen in 3 seconds.

OBTW, I am married. Husband trained with Navy Seals and holds a 2nd degree in TKD. We train with each other all the time; he works with me on handling a much larger attacker, I help him to watch for knee/ankle sweeps and lower abdominal/groin attacks.
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Good morning Lady Jane *the gentleman tips his brim*
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Good morning, Sin!!!


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Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

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How do i become tough like you guys?
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you two give your butthurt away, maybe if you two learned some self defense you wouldn't be so bitter right now.
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I'm serious dude, i cant fight, i have never had a fight in my life and i got bullied at school, i want you guys to give me some tips.

Like how do you guys fight, whats the first thing you guys think of and whats the first thing you do.

How to you win?

Please help me.
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I've been in more fights than I can count on one hand, mainly boxing fights.

I have only knocked out one person, but I've hit people so hard they stumble.

I haven't been knocked out(knocking on wood), but just recently I got into it with some dudes from another hood, about 15 to 18guys and my supposed 2 friends ran off, so I ended up fighting their og, and the dude was like 6'7 and I'm 5'8, so basically he got me with a suckerpunch that didn't knock me but I got a black eye, at the end of the day, I didn't run I run because I was scared I was just outnumbered 15 to 1 so I don't consider that a lost fight.

But till this day I have won all my fights except for when I got jumped, but even when being jumped I don't consider that a loss because I fought on my own.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6594892



fair weather wimps are the worst, I never get into a confrontation unless i feel I can handle it on my own.
I'll give you one tip when fighting overgrown assholes.
The trick is to make them beat themselves, make them miss and counterpunch to the point it insults their ego and they come after you even harder. THAT's when you air them out with body shots, they are actually easier to fight than people your own size.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16069571


Necessary to remember that it takes twice as much energy to strike & miss vs. strike & hit. Also, on 5lbs PSI to give a concussion to most opponents, 30lbs PSI to bust a pelvis if the strike is well placed.

5lbs PSI is nothing, 30lbs should be delivered easily by a trained fighter (kick for a woman -- palm strike for a man).
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


very true, also one of the NASTIEST moves you can EVER put on a big man is a well placed downward kick to the knee or middle of lower leg. Most will snap in 2 pieces.
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I've been in more fights than I can count on one hand, mainly boxing fights.

I have only knocked out one person, but I've hit people so hard they stumble.

I haven't been knocked out(knocking on wood), but just recently I got into it with some dudes from another hood, about 15 to 18guys and my supposed 2 friends ran off, so I ended up fighting their og, and the dude was like 6'7 and I'm 5'8, so basically he got me with a suckerpunch that didn't knock me but I got a black eye, at the end of the day, I didn't run I run because I was scared I was just outnumbered 15 to 1 so I don't consider that a lost fight.

But till this day I have won all my fights except for when I got jumped, but even when being jumped I don't consider that a loss because I fought on my own.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6594892


One of the most valuable lessons for a fighter is to lose one or two and take a few good hits. It's why boxing is good..you actually take a beating. Once you've taken an ass wooping, the fear goes away and you can focus on a confrontation. Inexperienced fighters turn to jello from the adrenaline rush. Full contact sparing is crucial to succesful street fighting.
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so adrenaline makes you weak? please explain
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adrenaline takes common sense and throws it out the window in a fight
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How do i become tough like you guys?
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Pick a style and commit to it. Train hard at the Dojo and train extra at home. It doesn't happen overnight.

Get in the ring with someone and let them beat on you. You have to be familiar with taking a hit and be able to instantly respond without being stunned.

Some people are natural fighters. Some will never be good fighters. It comes from inside. And size does not matter. Some of the toughest bastards I've gone up against were small in stature.

It truely is the size of the fight in the dog. Not the size of the dog in the fight.
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True size is not always meaningful -- although it can help.

Was sparring a new guy in the dojang a few months back. Former Marine about 6"4". He is a 2nd degree, me a 3rd. He underestimated my size, I did a jump kick head shot & made him dizzy for a few minutes(no concussion, thank God).

He is a great guy & learned that we all have soft noggins that day.
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

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You know that guy, the one that allowed you to hit him as hard and square as you possibly could and he turned his head back and smiled like a demon craving flesh, that would be me. Odds: 6 on 1=easy pickin's, 7 on 1= the fun's just begun, 8 on 1= a few bumps and bruises...you get the idea. Battle tested, mother approved :)
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you sound like someone I would go out drinking with and end up tearing the place apart with. dasbier
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I've 61 years old and I've never lost a fight. Never. I only fight children but my ego is intact because I've never lost. The key is to pick fights only you can win. Make sure there parents aren't around or there aren't more than 2 of them if they're over the age of 10.
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How do i become tough like you guys?
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 Quoting: Animal Shit


you two give your butthurt away, maybe if you two learned some self defense you wouldn't be so bitter right now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16069571


I'm serious dude, i cant fight, i have never had a fight in my life and i got bullied at school, i want you guys to give me some tips.

Like how do you guys fight, whats the first thing you guys think of and whats the first thing you do.

How to you win?

Please help me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24115171


first of all get the right equipment, do you work out? You need muscle and mass to be able to take punishment( although some skinny bony bastards are hard as hell to put down).
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How do i become tough like you guys?
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 Quoting: Animal Shit


you two give your butthurt away, maybe if you two learned some self defense you wouldn't be so bitter right now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16069571


I'm serious dude, i cant fight, i have never had a fight in my life and i got bullied at school, i want you guys to give me some tips.

Like how do you guys fight, whats the first thing you guys think of and whats the first thing you do.

How to you win?

Please help me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24115171


Okay, the first thing I do is ignore belligerent idiots.

2nd, if they start it, is end the fight with the least number of strikes necessary.

How to do it?

You MUST be trained. It is not just about knowing how to dish it out but knowing how to take a blow, distribute the force & recover immediately.

You cannot learn this from just reading or watching videos.

I have been training for 20 years formally. Since a little girl informally(Daddy's instruction).
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

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I've been in more fights than I can count on one hand, mainly boxing fights.

I have only knocked out one person, but I've hit people so hard they stumble.

I haven't been knocked out(knocking on wood), but just recently I got into it with some dudes from another hood, about 15 to 18guys and my supposed 2 friends ran off, so I ended up fighting their og, and the dude was like 6'7 and I'm 5'8, so basically he got me with a suckerpunch that didn't knock me but I got a black eye, at the end of the day, I didn't run I run because I was scared I was just outnumbered 15 to 1 so I don't consider that a lost fight.

But till this day I have won all my fights except for when I got jumped, but even when being jumped I don't consider that a loss because I fought on my own.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6594892


One of the most valuable lessons for a fighter is to lose one or two and take a few good hits. It's why boxing is good..you actually take a beating. Once you've taken an ass wooping, the fear goes away and you can focus on a confrontation. Inexperienced fighters turn to jello from the adrenaline rush. Full contact sparing is crucial to succesful street fighting.
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so adrenaline makes you weak? please explain
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In a real street fight, when the realization happens that you must actually square off with someone, the body releases massive amounts of adrenaline. If you are unprepared for it it can make you shaky and weak. It's why training is so important. You train your subconscious mind to react. You train your muscles to respond.

Some fights I don't even remember. Next thing I knew is I'd see my attacker lying on the ground or curled over holding hands full of blood near his face. And i didn't remember a thing. It's all from the adrenaline. Many professional boxers do not remember their bouts.
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Re: GLP, who here can actually FIGHT?
You know that guy, the one that allowed you to hit him as hard and square as you possibly could and he turned his head back and smiled like a demon craving flesh, that would be me. Odds: 6 on 1=easy pickin's, 7 on 1= the fun's just begun, 8 on 1= a few bumps and bruises...you get the idea. Battle tested, mother approved :)
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you sound like someone I would go out drinking with and end up tearing the place apart with. dasbier
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Ahhh the good old days, lol... rockon
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Re: GLP, who here can actually FIGHT?
basically if you're not built for punishment then focus on agility and speed, most guys on the street are in piss poor shape and will tire out within 2 mins.
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basically if you're not built for punishment then focus on agility and speed, most guys on the street are in piss poor shape and will tire out within 2 mins.
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.... not to mention drunk & slow or their bodies ravaged by drugs & poor nutrition.
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Re: GLP, who here can actually FIGHT?
Do you guys have any more tips, how do i win?

Just keep training, go to the gym and eat protein?

How does that help me fight though? What works for you guys?
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Re: GLP, who here can actually FIGHT?
I've been in more fights than I can count on one hand, mainly boxing fights.

I have only knocked out one person, but I've hit people so hard they stumble.

I haven't been knocked out(knocking on wood), but just recently I got into it with some dudes from another hood, about 15 to 18guys and my supposed 2 friends ran off, so I ended up fighting their og, and the dude was like 6'7 and I'm 5'8, so basically he got me with a suckerpunch that didn't knock me but I got a black eye, at the end of the day, I didn't run I run because I was scared I was just outnumbered 15 to 1 so I don't consider that a lost fight.

But till this day I have won all my fights except for when I got jumped, but even when being jumped I don't consider that a loss because I fought on my own.
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One of the most valuable lessons for a fighter is to lose one or two and take a few good hits. It's why boxing is good..you actually take a beating. Once you've taken an ass wooping, the fear goes away and you can focus on a confrontation. Inexperienced fighters turn to jello from the adrenaline rush. Full contact sparing is crucial to succesful street fighting.
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so adrenaline makes you weak? please explain
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In a real street fight, when the realization happens that you must actually square off with someone, the body releases massive amounts of adrenaline. If you are unprepared for it it can make you shaky and weak. It's why training is so important. You train your subconscious mind to react. You train your muscles to respond.

Some fights I don't even remember. Next thing I knew is I'd see my attacker lying on the ground or curled over holding hands full of blood near his face. And i didn't remember a thing. It's all from the adrenaline. Many professional boxers do not remember their bouts.
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yeah that used to happen to me as a kid, although the only thing that would flood into my mind was images of my father mercilessly beating the crap out of me.

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