Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Hardkore, Jan 21, 2020.
That’s one beta I wouldn’t mind having in my side in a bar fight
The "they trained together" is making it out to be more than it was. In Jorges own words they met a couple times, and Jorge trained at Jacksons a little bit when he was fighting in Japan, and Cerrone was still in the WEC. That was almost 10 years before the fight, there's a very good chance after 10 years Cowboy forgot meeting someone at the gym a decade earlier.
But neither one of them seemed awkward in the gym.
Sure he forgot
You cant figure it out?
Yours allowed you to wear a dress to school
I see a wounded lion knowing he needs time to recover, so he allows the beta to bask in false glory and gain false confidence until he returns to rip his head off
Till.Askren and Nate Diaz were all very big fights and he murdered them all.
he’s obviously not the same Masvidal as before.
You remember every person you met 10 years ago?
Nothing awkward or anyone shook here. Another much ado about nothing.
First he'd wanna hold hands w conor and take a stroll
Id say hes not 100 percent focused anymore. Too many hobbies wife kid ranch coaching. distractions everywhere
They seem cool to each other now, its all good.
He murdered Nate? I guess we watch different fight. If I recall correctly a doctor stopped the fight, while Nate was on the rise..
GTFO with that trash. Its actually embarrassing to carry the BMF belt, since he won it in the least baddest mother fucking way..
wounded lions who concede defeat die, or are forced to lose their alpha status.
he didn't die, considering he begged for mercy and got spit on.
he is, therefore, a beta.
the rules of the animal kingdom are unforgivable.
you'll just have to accept them my friend.
These kinds of threads are written by guys who dissect their own interactions & insecurities with their own friends. After greeting their own friend, they start wondering if they were alpha enough in how they said hi or what's up. It's hilarious
Alpha just means the one at the top of the hierarchy.
Hierarchies exist everywhere, take mma for example, the champ is the alpha and the rest are ranked by their wins and losses and then at the very bottom you have the bottom feeders hanging by a thread on a losing streak worrying about if they're gonna be cut from the ufc.
Same thing in school, the smart people with high scores are higher in the hierarchy of academic achievement than the rest. They are alpha in that field, but may not be high on other hierachies like having many friends and relationships . when it comes to the idea of the "alpha male " it's referring to the male who ranks high no matter what hierarchy you put him in, he's alpha across a myriad of different hierarchies, hence , "alpha male".
The video you showed makes a bunch of straw-men and attacks them instead of trying to make an honest counter argument.
1. The idea of the alpha male is not based on only wolves or monkeys. What about lions? When a lion comes of age he gets kicked out of his family and has to roam around alone, eventually he finds another pride of liones , he finds the head of the tribe and tries to kill him to take his place so he can get his women and territory. The winner is the alpha that keeps the resources and the loser either cowers and runs away or is eventually killed.
There's also other animals like elk where the alpha male gathers females and gets them to join his harem so there's 1 male with a herd of females following him. He of course has to fight other males to defend his position and the winner is the alpha and gets to pass his genes to the next generation.
By the way I'm not saying that being alpha means being unnecessarily aggressive or violent. It means being high in a bunch of different hierarchies , e.g. strength, wealth, intellegence, etc... If you're at the top of a lot of different hierarchies that means you're an alpha male. Being at the top of just 1 hierarchy doesn't make an alpha male.
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