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Fighters who quit

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  1. Lawblaw Black Belt

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    Some people don't view tapping as quitting so I have an idea, it may seem weird but its doable.

    Why not instead of tapping, why not have the fighters say "I quit" ?

    The referee will have a mic with him and he will ask the fighter who is put in the submission hold if he wanted to quit.

    The only problem is that maybe a fighter will record the other fighter's voice and play it but other than that I don't see why not

    Thoughts
     
  2. Wizzlebiz Wizzlebiz is the Wizziest

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    Have you ever tried to talk while being choked??? It doesnt work.
     
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    Threads like this is where i truly realize 70% of sherdoggers has never been outside of their house let alone actually train in any combat sports.
     
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  4. sirmorbach These violent delights have violent ends

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  5. The-AxeMurderer Silver Belt

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    Tapping works fine, and who doesn't view tapping out as quitting? Its the ultimate form of saying "I give, you got me...."
     
  6. imagesmb Green Belt

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    Please go make a video of yourself saying "I quit" while one of your friends is choking you and then post it in this thread.
     
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  8. Turtlejuice Free Wang Double Yellow Card

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    How about instead of "I Quit" They say "I yield".
     
  9. egk Gold Belt

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    You can already verbally tap out. It's always been that way.
     
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    He should have just said, "I quit".
     
  11. MayhemMonkey Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?

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    yeah, like this... right TS?

    goofball
     
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  13. Lowercase p Purple Belt

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    Someone has been watching too much wrestling.
     
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    To the death!
     
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    When I read the thread title... I thought of Vitor. Dont thnk anyone has ever quit more times w/o tapping
     
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    I can't handle another Mick Foley screw job.
     

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