How is boxing harder then MMA?

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  1. latineg

    latineg user of dude wipes Full Member

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    I stated ALOT of things? Yes and your denying what I did state witch is one will take more headshots in boxing overall and that bothered you.
     
  2. el mosquito

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    i've always believed that boxing is the more brutal sport because of the headshots and the thicker gloves does nothing but prolong your agony and enables the man to take sustained punishment more than necessary.
     
  3. thewinfella

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    I think you may of taken too many shots on your head guard mate!

    I did not deny anything about what you have posted in this topic, I merely labelled it nonsense, because it is!

    If you go away from a sparring with a headache and you don't like it, then maybe your in the wrong gym or your in the wrong sport.

    Because boxing is designed around punching to the head does not make it more difficult than MMA, I think your break down was a bunch of bull **** but all the same I respect your opinion as it is your opinion, its certainly not mine :deal
     
  4. thewinfella

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    Its about terminology and how you interpret the wording.

    Lets look at the word brutal and compare boxing to authentic Muay Thai in Thailand, the brutality does not compare, MT is an aspect of MMA as is boxing, as are all the other disciplines we see in the sport.
     
  5. latineg

    latineg user of dude wipes Full Member

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    Yes you are still denying something because it bothers you. What bothers you? That boxers are going to take MORE overall head impacts than MMA fighters and you know that's true and it upsets you and thus you choose to focus on HEADACHEs thinking your clever when in truth your too fearful to confront the truth that any dude that spars heavy is going to walk away with a headache of some sort. Have you ever sparred taken punches to the head here and there for thirty minutes? Well I hate to tell you this rookie but even dudes with iron chins will take a few aspirin here and there after taking solid shots in sparring. However, you strike me as a FANBOY that idolizes your Liverpool gym thinking that its filled with dudes that would never be bothered by headaches because they are too tough. Well guess what? If they be sparring heavy ask one if them to hang out with you after they are finished. Then keep talking to them fanboy until they tell you they got to go to put some ice on their heads cuss they got a headache. Its normal, something witch you obviously have no concept of. Go into the general boxing forum and read the thread about boxers taking too many head shots in sparring you foolish ****. Then cut out your DENIAL when you won't deal with the point someone is making because your too fearful to dare to confront it truthfully. Don't be a RUNNER like a scared chicken ****. You obviously know **** about heavy sparring and get OFFENDED because you don't know Shyte about sparring correct? So don't be a douche. Be a man. Deal with truth straight up you coward of denial. Its cool if you can't handle it, just don't reply pretending you can as then who are you really fooling knucklehead?
     
  6. Stoo

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  7. Ne5ville14

    Ne5ville14 Rationalist by default... Full Member

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  8. latineg

    latineg user of dude wipes Full Member

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    See your switching your POINTs again in DENIAL. Its cool, many idiots do the same thing without even realizing it. Let me EXPLAIN, the dude your replying to is creating a point about boxers taking more overall headshots than MMA dudes, well as well he is talking about the bigger gloves and how they factor into that question. So what do you do? You SIDESTEP the POINT and JUMP over to Muay Thai and claim Muay Thai as more brutal than boxing and then foolishly claim that MMA fighters therefore qualify as more brutal because they train Muay Thai. Holy crap are you ever out to lunch without realizing it rookie. Just so as your aware a MMA fighter practising Muay Thai don't mean that he gets to take CREDIT for how brutal Muay Thai fighting is when practised full time correct? Like one would have to train Muay Thai full time with seasoned Muay Thai fighters day in and day out to claim credit for that in a truthful way correct denial boy? As well Muay Thai is not far and away more brutal than boxing as far as headshots. Is it worse? Yes many times it is worse as they train some tough sons of bitches in Muay Thai. As well i would agree that Muay Thai is without doubt MORE BRUTAL overall than boxing. The body shots in Muay Thai are possibly the most brutal of any fighting sport. As well the headshots are overall brutal no doubt. However, I would not classify Muay Thai as worse than Boxing in headshots, in truth both arts are roughly comparable and why? Well in Muay Thai the headshots are more brutal individually because of the knee impacts etc, rather than only punches, however Rookie, overall one will still take more HEADSHOTs in BOXING than in Muay Thai. Now don't be a douche and try to claim that every dude that trains Muay Thai can take more punishment than a boxer or vice versa, that's a point a jackass makes from fanboy ignorance without actual experience. Deal with the truth, if one is talking headshots alone and brutality of headshots alone MANY serious boxing gyms in Mexico are as TOUGH and BRUTAL as one is going to get Muay Thai included. Dude, my first post about how old trainers will not LET you off the hook in high level boxing training, well that was BANG ON you ignorant cowboy. Yes this takes place in boxing gyms in the UK, states etc etc, however, that still does not mean every boxer in those gyms train at a high level and take consistently powerful head shots on a regular basis now does it dingbat? Regardless, the boxing gyms in Mexico are the WORST of the WORST for HEAD SHOTs. Many of those gyms essentially WEED out only dudes that have GRANITE jaws. Many of those gyms weed out dudes that are great at doing one thing that being punched in the head and continuing as if Normal. Take a look at amateur boxing at a young age between Mexican boxers and U.S. boxers?? Sure some super talented U.S. fighters have success in these contests. However, overall the Mexican fighters wipe the floor with their talented U.S. fighters at these contests. Why and how? The Mexican fighters overall have no regard for getting hit flush and overall wear down their U.S. counterparts. Once they start LANDING FLUSH after not respecting the other fighters POWER, well once that happens usually these fights end with the Mexican dude aggressive and the U.S. dude back peddling on the defensive not willing to trade punch for punch as the MEXICAN boxers are so OFTEN known and trained for. The fact that so many young Mexican boxers leave the sport early from CONCUSSION problems is one if those facts that you like to SIdestep rookie. Thus if one is talking JUST headshots alone MANY top Mexican gyms I would say are more brutal or just as brutal as the best Muay Thai gyms and you know that's essentially the truth dildo, you know its the truth as it just makes too much sense you won't even want to dare consider it as not only do u fear getting hit with headshots but you fear dealing with emotional discomfort as well and thus all you create is DENIAL to protect your china chinned MIND from having to deal with the power of the TRUTH. The funny thing is my first post CLEARLY stated that I I'd not think MMA was HARDER than BOXING or vice versa. I clearly stated that ONE ASPECT if boxing that was HARDER was taking more OVERALL headshots in boxing on a regular basis than in MMA. Thus I am not saying that BOXING is HARDER overall you nitwit, if we look at the overall skill sets MMA is way harder than Boxing now isn't it rookie? When I trained MMA it was hard as hell. I still didn't take the amount of overall head shots that I took in boxing.

    So go ahead and intentionally side step this FACT FANBOY, your good at it. Its your individual skill set that delivers you comfort.
     
  9. ufoalf

    ufoalf Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Viewing latineg's post reminded me why I put him in ignore list lol.
     
  10. thewinfella

    thewinfella The Golden Boy Full Member

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    So because I dont use the words "bro" or "homey" or "dude" I know **** about ****??

    You assume too much about me that you dont know my friend :deal

    Somewhere in your posts is some readable material that is worth responding too, but the majority of it is painful, so to that end I think were done!, go back to the gym your coach needs a punching bag for his fighters :good
     


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