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    Quote Originally Posted by RickTheRuler View Post
    What are 2, maybe 3 fighting disciplines I should get into that will serve me right in a potential real life altercation?

    Boxing, Wrestling, Muay Thai I was thinking can be utilized in a street fight best. Boxing being self explanatory, Muay Thai for elbows, knees, kicks.. & wrestling to take someone down..

    I have a base of strength in the weightroom that I believe can be utilized in this area..

    Trying to come out the other side as a straight killer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SS7 View Post
    Having done the following, I'd say MT and jujitsu. Boxing I've only vaguely dabbled in but, depending on the club, either standup will make you tough, and that (in a general sense) usually counts for the most. Jujitsu I'd say BJJ or Japanese, but probably not koryu/traditional Japanese for street fight applications. If the club competes it's fine I'd say.
    Muay Thai and wrestling and/or bjj definitely. An experienced muay thai fighter will crush an experienced boxer, period. I've seen it, it's not even fair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by basementdweller View Post
    Muay Thai and wrestling and/or bjj definitely. An experienced muay thai fighter will crush an experienced boxer, period. I've seen it, it's not even fair.
    True. Most fights end up on the ground anyway. If not, it's easy to get it on the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by basementdweller View Post
    Muay Thai and wrestling and/or bjj definitely. An experienced muay thai fighter will crush an experienced boxer, period. I've seen it, it's not even fair.
    This was a real street fight? Lol.. who you hang out with man.

    In the UFC though, agree with you when it comes to those guys.. we’re talking all things being elite though ..an elite wrestler will make a stand up guy submit (Khabib vs McGregor)

    Jon Jones aside from being long & athletic is pretty good at wrestling & Muay Thai & he kicks everyone’s ass generally with ease.. boxing is actually his weakness.. the spinning elbows, knees, head kicks, shin kicks, oblique kicks, are just too much for guys.. it’s so unorthodox too, your fucking guys up from different angles.

    I always thought boxing was a good starting point if you don’t know shit like me & fight out of fear. just to get basics down, punching correctly, getting the most out of it mechanically, slipping punches etc. then you venture out.






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    lol coming out of left field. more important than fighting, guys need to learn social skills. I've interacted with thousands of people and never had to get into a fight because I disarm people with my words XD and investing in your social skills will also help you with business, family, women. Unless you want to practice your ground and pound at work / family reunion jks XD

    even the most proficient fighters would rather not get into a fight. even if you're elite level you still take some damage. had the priveledge to meet george st pierre. several times in montreal clubbing and he's the nicest guy and hates fighting but it's a necessary evil for his goals and his talent. Most importantly it's about laying aside your ego. It's when guys let their ego get their best of them and can't apologize / step down out of ego that I see two guys into the monkey dance into violence.

    Just cost/benefit analysis of where I should put my time. I'm 28 now and I think the danger years of fights is done now. Most of the time it's when you're 18-25 that violence is a real possibility. Higher test/energy/ and less wisdom and that age bracket lends to violence. Read some stat that 80% of prisoners are in this age bracket for that fact too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacknap View Post
    lol coming out of left field. more important than fighting, guys need to learn social skills. I've interacted with thousands of people and never had to get into a fight because I disarm people with my words XD and investing in your social skills will also help you with business, family, women. Unless you want to practice your ground and pound at work / family reunion jks XD

    even the most proficient fighters would rather not get into a fight. even if you're elite level you still take some damage. had the priveledge to meet george st pierre. several times in montreal clubbing and he's the nicest guy and hates fighting but it's a necessary evil for his goals and his talent. Most importantly it's about laying aside your ego. It's when guys let their ego get their best of them and can't apologize / step down out of ego that I see two guys into the monkey dance into violence.

    Just cost/benefit analysis of where I should put my time. I'm 28 now and I think the danger years of fights is done now. Most of the time it's when you're 18-25 that violence is a real possibility. Higher test/energy/ and less wisdom and that age bracket lends to violence. Read some stat that 80% of prisoners are in this age bracket for that fact too.
    Agree. I just want the skills though, I’d like to be a dangerous person if fucked with. Or at least feel somewhat confident in that situation rather than being scared out my ass regardless if I was the one kicking ass or getting my ass kicked.

    No one wants to fight. Not like imma walk around being a dick now that I can roundhouse kick people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jacknap View Post
    lol coming out of left field. more important than fighting, guys need to learn social skills. I've interacted with thousands of people and never had to get into a fight because I disarm people with my words XD and investing in your social skills will also help you with business, family, women. Unless you want to practice your ground and pound at work / family reunion jks XD

    even the most proficient fighters would rather not get into a fight. even if you're elite level you still take some damage. had the priveledge to meet george st pierre. several times in montreal clubbing and he's the nicest guy and hates fighting but it's a necessary evil for his goals and his talent. Most importantly it's about laying aside your ego. It's when guys let their ego get their best of them and can't apologize / step down out of ego that I see two guys into the monkey dance into violence.

    Just cost/benefit analysis of where I should put my time. I'm 28 now and I think the danger years of fights is done now. Most of the time it's when you're 18-25 that violence is a real possibility. Higher test/energy/ and less wisdom and that age bracket lends to violence. Read some stat that 80% of prisoners are in this age bracket for that fact too.
    Agree 100% on all points.
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