• Who is/was your favorite mixed martial artist from UFC and why?

    For example: My favorite is... Currently: Conor McGregor All-Times: Chuck Liddell For Women: Ronda Rousey
    For example: My favorite is... Currently: Conor McGregor All-Times: Chuck Liddell For Women: Ronda Rousey
    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • What is a real man?

    As a man do I need to learn to fight Does size matter How can I keep fit
    As a man do I need to learn to fight Does size matter How can I keep fit
    6 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Would you agree with me that jeet kune do is the best martial arts?

    Best answer: No. It is actually a philosophy.
    Best answer: No. It is actually a philosophy.
    7 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Are there self defense programs where the instructor is allowed to inflict pain?

    It seems like martial arts training is centered around competition and/or points. But they rarely seem to train for the real deal. If you get punched in the face, nobody is going to ring a bell or assign points. I've seen black belts lose immediately in a real fight because they are so used to their safety... show more
    It seems like martial arts training is centered around competition and/or points. But they rarely seem to train for the real deal. If you get punched in the face, nobody is going to ring a bell or assign points. I've seen black belts lose immediately in a real fight because they are so used to their safety nets. Are there training programs where pain is allowed and should be expected?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is Steven Seagal the best Aikido master?

    Best answer: Probably most well known, but not the best.
    Best answer: Probably most well known, but not the best.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • What are some really good ideas to train in martial arts?

    Best answer: I mean if you had 60 fights and lost once, that's more fights and better record than many professional fighters. I mean there's probably difference in quality of fighters you fought with compared to the professionals, but still. If you are training for self defense, then you are training to defeat average... show more
    Best answer: I mean if you had 60 fights and lost once, that's more fights and better record than many professional fighters. I mean there's probably difference in quality of fighters you fought with compared to the professionals, but still. If you are training for self defense, then you are training to defeat average tough guy joe in your immidiate area. With 60 wins you seem to be good to go. (Seriously, Musashi fought about 60 duels, and that's considered excellent.)

    With that said, 60 fights is a lot and it seems like you are picking up a lot of fights. I would train less in martial arts and do more of soul searching. Find out what's causing these conflicts and fix that problem.

    Of course, this is all if you actually fought 60 real fights. :D
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can someone become a black belt in Karate if They watch Karate Kid enough?

    Best answer: No
    Best answer: No
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Has anyone here ever experienced a sense feeling lighter and kinda wiggily just before you are about to fight someone, why does it happen?

    Best answer: Adrenaline, fight or flight response.
    Best answer: Adrenaline, fight or flight response.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Fighting sports where you can be fat/overweight but thats not sumo?

    Best answer: weight lifting
    Best answer: weight lifting
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • How many years of Martial Arts school do you attend?

    When I was younger, I took martial arts for about 1 year but stopped because it was getting too expensive. I was wondering, how long do people attend martial arts schools? I would guess it would get too costly for most. I was thinking getting to blackbelt level than considering leaving due to cost and maybe... show more
    When I was younger, I took martial arts for about 1 year but stopped because it was getting too expensive. I was wondering, how long do people attend martial arts schools? I would guess it would get too costly for most. I was thinking getting to blackbelt level than considering leaving due to cost and maybe other things occurring in my life. What do you guys think? Thanks in advance.
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is this a bad thing?

    Best answer: It takes time and practice. You can’t just pick it up in a day.

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    Best answer: It takes time and practice. You can’t just pick it up in a day.

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    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Who would win a fight?

    Who would win a fight between smaller 5'9 145lb man who has been training mma for 3 years or bigger 6'2-6'3 185lb guy with no martial arts training. Street fight with no weapons. Who do you think would win? Does size beat skill?
    Who would win a fight between smaller 5'9 145lb man who has been training mma for 3 years or bigger 6'2-6'3 185lb guy with no martial arts training. Street fight with no weapons. Who do you think would win? Does size beat skill?
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • What you gotta say about this?

    As I look around at you little sissy punks I know I can easily knock you all out. No competition. I'm a level 5 black belt. Curl 200 and bench 285. Six pack abs. Very good at sneak attacks and hiding.
    As I look around at you little sissy punks I know I can easily knock you all out. No competition. I'm a level 5 black belt. Curl 200 and bench 285. Six pack abs. Very good at sneak attacks and hiding.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are certain fighting styles more useful to a person depending on their size?

    Are there fighting styles that are best performed depending on the size of the person? For example, would a smaller person be better at wresting, karate, Muay Thai, etc. than a person with larger stature who is equally as skilled? Or does the larger person always have the advantage?
    Are there fighting styles that are best performed depending on the size of the person? For example, would a smaller person be better at wresting, karate, Muay Thai, etc. than a person with larger stature who is equally as skilled? Or does the larger person always have the advantage?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • I Stopped Using Asian Martial Arts Because of Cultural Appropriation?

    Best answer: As a far east asian myself, I think those guys are idiots. I think of people learning our arts as people appreciating our culture. It's a sign that our culture had contributed something worth while to the international human culture. If they want to be so close minded, then let them know that them wearing... show more
    Best answer: As a far east asian myself, I think those guys are idiots. I think of people learning our arts as people appreciating our culture. It's a sign that our culture had contributed something worth while to the international human culture.

    If they want to be so close minded, then let them know that them wearing western style clothing offends you and that they should only dress in traditional garbs grown only in the traditional methods(without the modern western farming methods). They should stop using the number symbols because they are middle eastern, they should stop eating pototoes, tomatoes, and all these new world foods because it's not of their culture, and they should stop listening to modern music because there is no much African American influence in all modern music all over the world.

    Seriously we can go down that list all day because so many aspects of our lives are influenced by different cultures internationally. I think it's beautiful that our cultures are so intermixed and I love that we(the asian culture) have something to offer to this mix. I would be much more saddened if nobody was taking anything from my culture, because that would mean that nobody sees any value in my culture yet.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is your favorite martial art and why?

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    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • When do u move up in martial arts?

    8 answers · 2 weeks ago