Re: How much does emotion affect a fighter?
It depends on the fighter, doesn't it? You can' throw a statement across the board on everybody for something that general. For instance, Sahaprom was notoriously emotional and wore everything on his sleeve, and most of his title reign hinged upon the fragility of his focus and positivity of his emotional well-being. If he was all smiles in there, clowning around, you knew he was going to come out on top! But as soon as he started pouting his lips he was in for a beating. That's why they called him "The Thai Baer".