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Postby khazar » Mon Jul 09, 2007 6:18 pm

lol, ye, that vid shows the weakness of boxing, legs. i believe boxing is great, and very good, to street fighst as well to mma, but as a complement.the best complement i must say. becaus most boxers have never faced a person trained to kick, so they think they are godly, coz they have good hands. oh and erik, dnt be so stupid.
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Postby Mike X » Fri Jul 13, 2007 4:20 pm

That was an awesome video.
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Postby malaclypse » Tue Jul 24, 2007 6:31 am

don't forget that you can find big mouthed fighters everywhere...

doesn't matter what sport or discipline you practice, boxing, wrestling, muay thai, jiu jitsu....

big mouthed fighters are bad for the sports... period.
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Postby Mike X » Wed Jul 25, 2007 9:46 pm

malaclypse wrote:don't forget that you can find big mouthed fighters everywhere...

doesn't matter what sport or discipline you practice, boxing, wrestling, muay thai, jiu jitsu....

big mouthed fighters are bad for the sports... period.


I totally agree.
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Postby Kuark » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:09 pm

kheir wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Edz99Oua4Uo check this out!!!!


haha this was in the list off that

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdbRuiKF ... ed&search=

thats the funniest street fight video Ive seen and I am not sure why=/
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Postby mma fubar » Thu Jul 26, 2007 8:49 am

lol punkass
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Postby Snappit » Sun Jul 29, 2007 8:29 am

Mike X wrote: De la hoya and Maryweather both said they could take on any MA. Sean Sherk replied by saying:"Any time, any place." I would imagine that if that fight took place (with either one of those boxers)... it would go to the ground and Sherk would submit them... or break something of theirs.

Years ago Muhammad Ali bragged that he could beat any wrestler, and promptly challenged Bruno Sammartino,the then heavyweight champion, to a match. During a public exhibition match between himself and a Japanese wrestler Antonio Inoki, Ali got his legs kicked all to heck and ended up in the hospital after the match. The challenge match and all the hype faded away quickly and Ali never faced Bruno Sammartino...who would have killed him. :twisted:
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Postby mma fubar » Sun Jul 29, 2007 12:52 pm

lol yeah boxing is deff good but not by itself like sey that and muay thai you learn great leg work and great handwork 2
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Postby Mike X » Sun Jul 29, 2007 1:17 pm

Boxing is good... but i'm pretty sure it will won't get as popular as it was before.
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Re: Sick of big mouth boxers

Postby LAWLAWLAWL » Thu Sep 13, 2007 11:37 pm

DeathPenalty wrote:Boxing has lost its punch. The truth of the matter is boxing is just that, history. Gone are the great ones like George Foreman, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Sugar Ray Leonard, Roy Jones Jr., and others. The unfortunate thing about it now is that all the no-name boxers feel the need to call out MMA. And I'm sick of hearing about it. I have studied Kenpo, Aikido, Praying Mantis Kung-Fu, Thai Boxing, and BJJ as well as having wrestled in high school. I'm also interested in studying Krav Maga. My whole life, all I've ever seen boxers do is run their mouths. In high school, the Golden Gloves boxers always started fights with the wrestling team. Now, at the gym where I work out at, because we have a boxing club that also trains there, the boxers walk around running their mouths to almost everyone and anybody. I don't understand why boxers feel the need to go off at the mouth all the time. I use to respect boxing. Not anymore. Why is MMA looked at as barbaric? I mean come on! Mike Tyson is memorialized as the one of the greatest boxers of all time and all I remember him for is beating and raping women. Not a good visual as far as I'm concerned. I respect Dana White and I love to watch fighters mix it up in UFC. I've been known to watch IFL and Pride, K-1 and in Denver there's this one called Ring of Fire or something like that. Bottom line is, I enjoy training in MMA and I'm sick and tired of boxers trying to make us look inferior to them.

Roy Jones Jr. isn't gone, hes still boxing professionally.
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Postby xmpx » Thu Oct 04, 2007 11:30 am

as someone who trains in Boxing, i have nothing but respect and admiration for MMA fighters.

i plan to study muay thai and jujitsu as well to become a well rounded fighter.
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Postby a2thej2007 » Thu Oct 04, 2007 8:44 pm

u need wrestling and id take some sambo judo oppose to just bjj
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Postby bobbyd7085 » Thu Nov 08, 2007 10:32 am

Mike X wrote:The boxers in Massachusetts usually nice and understand that MA's are good fighters. There is no boxing team in my highschool but I imagine there would be conflicts. There is always someone saying that they are better than someone else. But these no-name boxers are getting pretty rediculous. De la hoya and Maryweather both said they could take on any MA. Sean Sherk replied by saying:"Any time, any place." I would imagine that if that fight took place (with either one of those boxers)... it would go to the ground and Sherk would submit them... or break something of theirs.



yeah.the thing is though,so called ELITE boxers like those guys wouldnt give the time or day to even a medium level mma fighter unless they were guaranteed a nice lil pursee purse of at least 10 mill.elite level boxers are ALOT more business minded than a typical rough tough mma fighter who loves to fight PERIOD.With or without money involved.Not to mention,they'd be just flat out TERRIFIED of losing face.They'd rather just talk smack and be a typical cocky rich boxer.
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Re: Sick of big mouth boxers

Postby Kensei » Tue Dec 15, 2009 5:46 pm

I agree with Shadow...for instance my new style of combat "Pick up sticks" is the best!!!!
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Re: Sick of big mouth boxers

Postby Moldaz » Sun Oct 17, 2010 2:30 am

There are a lot of martial arts out there that don't condition the face, let alone strike the face in every day training.
I have trained in quite a few martial arts over the years, and I have found most boxers I have trained or fought against in the ring to be humble, and driven to preserve their sport.
Boxers are a dying breed.
And as for kicking a boxer, I wouldn't say one kick to the leg would suffice. They train a lot in footwork, stance and balance.
You'd be hard pressed to knock a good boxer down with one kick to the leg.
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