tooshifty wrote:This is why i never mention martial arts in posts...because once i do...there are idiots that say moronic bs and i for some reason feel compelled to defend myself instead of letting it go. Before this, i mentioned it...like once in another post somwhere i cant even remember. Heres me letting it go...u guys talk all the Skah! u want now, i wont respond to martial Skah!...but i will post u Skah! a vid in a few months when i start my career up publicly.
It is near nigh impossible to believe you. Like Verv said earlier, no reason to doubt you practiced some of the disciplines you mentioned, but really who cares? The problem is your claim of over a thousand "fights" and your claim to join the UFC or some other Pro association soon... Logic dictates that you are full of Skah! just based on your own admissions. Practicing 20+ years, means that you gotta be in your late 20s or even mid 30s (saying your parents had you in martial art classes since you were a tween, which gauging by your online persona, I doubt you continued to practice during your teen years. Also, what is the prime for a fighter? Mid 20s to late 30s at the most, unless you are a freak of nature like Randy Couture, the average age is 30, and those that skew the average higher, have been in the sport in the pro arena for the last decade at least.
In a few months, what exactly is going to happen? Post links to videos of your previous fights. If you tell me that there are none, then even worse, because a fighter that doesn't watch videos of his own fights doesn't learn a damn thing. Or, stop exaggerating your life. If I can give you a piece of advice, let it be this: No one gives a Skah!.
nah...not tween...I was a violent kid...so my dad put me in the "pacifist martial art" Judo...i was 6. i grew up a bad area, and it kind of helped to mellow me out. it would be better if no one cares...because then no one would comment on it...and id like that more...but people seem to have furiouse debate over it...which i dont prefer. what about prime? idk. probably early 30's at its latest is prime(late teens- early twenties is prime)just a few years after the body stops maturing(the age will depend on the person)...and im 27 so ya...i gotta get on that horse. U all just seem so ill informed i cant help but throw a note in again.... lol...
Note that based on physics, the human body-partially due to muscle memory- will get "stronger"- and is its strongest -around its 40's-50's, in terms of muscle mass. this is excluding the factors of tendon problems, bone problems, and loss of speed and endurance. soooo....i wouldnt count out older fighters(though im still in my prime and am not an "older fighter"lol). Its all about adjusting ones style based on how ones body can function, as fighting has always been. Know ur limits and work with them blahblahblahblahblah. as far as watching fights...nothing is better to learn from then the actual fight istelf...i do, when learning new techniques watch recordings i have been able to make of myslef...but those are hardly fights. And ya they are very helpfull in perfecting technique.
also...the fact that u think fighters cant learn anything unless they see vids of themselves is moronic lol...ur right that they help though....but u seem too finite there dude. If u dont have a coach then ya, it could pose a problem...but thats what coaches are there for, to point out what u might not notice...as u cant learn what u have yet to see. Fighting is about learning...endlessly, and inevitably as your body changes so too must your style.
and note i wouldnt post any fight related vids here in the future...but for some reason i feel compelled to rub a doinks face in it...which is childish and should be beneath me. Since i said i would already...i will...and if anything for u haters it will be worth a laugh right? I say a few months because thats how long it will take me to get back in the game...i've been out almost a year now. Endurance is key...and at the moment i lack the proper endurance to compete at anything more than amateur levels...lest i finish a fight real fast. I mean judo and aikido will help me minimize my energy and use my oponents against them...but once u get on the ground and in to grappling your endurance means everything...i can stand and strike for over half an hour, butground game is the great destroyer of stamina-a thing i lack apropriate mesures of.
You all make me mad as hell...but at the same time all this talk is getting me excited...as soon as i get the cash im on the mats again. i
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