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Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by Bang Rachan, Nov 30, 2014.
i thought the "don't know if already posted" i usually write was unnecessary. i guess not.
Not when the Romanian cheerleader is here. You should be sure it was already posted.
.....one does not simply post into sherdog
What kind of mismatch is that.
those skinny legs give me anxiety,what is he even doing at 70 kg?
Mismatch or not, respect to Edye for stepping up, his technique isn't bad, just needs more experience before he can take on such a monster.
doesn't he fight at a higher weight?
any free blessed link for enfusion 47?
Yes of course all respect to him, and he didnt get beat up badly anyway. This fight is part of the tournament right? Then a mismatch makes sense.
it was a superfight.
Anyone know who won between Yodwicha Vs Aziz Hlali fight from France yesterday?
yodwicha won and rungrawee pksaenchai beat jimmy vineot
I feel insulted that you had to ask...
You never know with french judges... Sometimes it seems like nationality is a bigger factor than ring performance
Sure that its not skin color?
Right must be it. That would explain why Singdam who is very dark was given a loss against Azize and Yodwicha wasn't.
It's a weird paradox though since dark skin farm genetics are supposed to make you a great fighter, but it only works against you in france.
Yet strangely the very dark skinned Buakaw is the most popular Nak Muay in the west. What a paradoxical world we live in.
The explanation of course is that recognition of skill is inversely proportional to the melanin of your defeated opponents. Buakaw's popularity inevitably skyrocketed when he defeated Souwer and Sato, both with melanin levels of exactly zero. Kinda weird that Fang Bian got all that crazy hype for beating a dark skin guy though
Good point I hadn't calculated in the amount of white skin fighters that he had defeated, which eclipses any other Thai out there thus making him the GOAT and allowing us to ignore his melanin levels. Makes perfect sense.