Re: What is the point of "light sparring" as a consistent training method?
I have a sparring class every week. Each week we get about 8-16 attending. Each of those lads does 14 rounds in the night. It's controlled skill based sparring. In a year we've had one knockdown and 2 nose bleeds.
So that's approximately 8,400 rounds of sparring resulting in one knockdown and two nosebleeds ... All different levels some pro, some am.