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Old 01-28-2008, 09:01 PM   #3
saul_ir34
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Default Re: Punching Strength BOXERS VS MMA

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Originally Posted by radianttwilight
Uhh...you do know that Bas Rutten is a 42 year old man who has fought once since 1999, right?

It wouldn't suprise me if a heavyweight boxer punches harder than a heavyweight mixed martial artist - all other things being equal, the boxer trains to punch, and punch only. Boxers are alot more stationary than MMA fighters, too, because they don't have to worry about being kicked and taken down.

I will tell you, though, that a good high kick from a 200+lb kickboxer is harder than any punch thrown by a heavyweight boxer in history.
The kicks did look like they would ****en break your ribs but the way they punched just didnt convince me that they can strike harder than a heavyweight boxer.
Actually i think Kermit Cintron could outpunch these guys.
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