>>857329 He grew up in a rough and tumble Polish ghetto, where anything went. I personally believe he suffered from a severe form of anxiety disorder, and the pressures of championship fighting broke him down.
Shame really. He have awesome size, good power, and great technique.
>trouble communicating >eye contact makes him uncomfortable >bonding with him feels forced and stilted >grew up around wrestling his entire life but seems to be a slow learner >repetitive, minimal moveset >displaying emotion seems unnatural
Don't want to get my hopes too high up to the point where they can't possibly meet them... but they didn't disappoint when I had my hopes up for Ultima Lucha, so I have no doubt this is going to be great.
Hey asp, i practice boxe, wingchun and wrestling, i'd love to watch the video with gary lam and Vladan Djordjevic doing chisao in switzerland (2011). dunno why i can't find it anymore, someone can upload it or tell me where to find it?
>>856970 I agree with him on some points. The iwc has tarnished some of the glory days if the wrestling biz, but we have seen that when they merge together in certain aspects, they can work hand in hand. However, casuals stop watching because of the over the top storylines. Nobody falls for the cartoon bs anymore. Kids and Facebook Indians,maybe, but if I wasn't a fan and I saw rusev going super saiyan mode or kevin owens not being fat,I wouldn't fall for it.
In regards to martial arts and self defense. I feel as if learning one would be healthy and add something interesting to my life. However, when used practically, I feel the best self defense would be to run away. Despite this, I would jump on the opportunity to begin MMA if it wasn't for the likelihood of brain injuries...and the fact that I don't like hurting people (to the best of my knowledge).
Pretty much, I want to start something that will actually make me competent in a fight, that I can practice and grind my skills, and not get my head tossed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>856753 yeah, exactly. I guess I feel like it's important to be confident in a physical fight though. Practicality is probably more valuable than having it just for fun, but to tell the truth, I might only have to use it maybe 2 times in my life.
>>856752 >Pretty much, I want to start something that will actually make me competent in a fight, that I can practice and grind my skills, and not get my head tossed around too much. Your best bet is to assemble your style from different arts.
Keep this in mind: Reflexes need to be trained under duress. Learning how to react is the most important thing.
But it doesn't need to be a ring fight. Stress drills also work. Or this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Epmin-BomkM If... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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