John Wayne Parr made an interesting post on FB. Elite female MT champ vs a male

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  1. HR

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    ''Before Ronda Rousey started dominating mma, Muay Thai had Lucia Rijker.
    In Muay Thai she was 37f, 36w with 1 draw (25ko's). After Muay Thai Lucia went to boxing with a record of 17f 17w (14 ko's).

    Just like Ronda, in Muay Thai Lucia was presented with the challenge of trying to find a worthy opponent, so someone came up with the idea that she should fight a man.

    In the end if you're a guy fighting a girl it's a lose-lose. You win, you beat a girl. If you lose you better retire. Below is the video of what happens when one of the worlds elite female fighters takes on a man.''





    I'd also like to add that Lucia Rijker was the elite of the elite when it comes to womens kickboxing and Mauy Thai.. The guy in this video is a mid-level fighter early on in his career with no noticable victories under his belt.
     
  2. Gulbirg

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    ronda getting dismantled by a highschool wrestler
     
  3. gogogunja

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    Can't view the vid,so what happen?
     
  4. Justinquesadila

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    Would love to see what she can do now at least at wrestling. Not a fan of men punching women even for sport. Wonder what her wrestling looks like after 5 years.
     
  5. Reach4theSky

    Reach4theSky Playin' a riddim

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    Yep, this is no surprise. Anyone saying that Ronda could beat any pro male fighter is delusional.
     
  6. $uicideboy$

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    first 2 minutes of the video i was sure the person in red shorts was the guy lmao
     
  7. BRASIL WAND

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    Maybe she stands a chance now... however the guy probably went on to become a college wrestler and his skils have gotten sharper aswell.


    Random male HS Wrestler > Ronda Rousey
     
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    John Wayne Parr is king!
     
  9. Himo

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    Same weight male fighter will dominate but that doesn't mean much. Rhonda would be competitive with top 115 lb male fighters.
     
  10. ZuffaExecutive

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    Ya i was waiting for the women to start fighting for a while.

    That being said it was an even fight till she went wild and got caught and went night night.
     
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    The one advantage that is different is that Ronda has SUCH an advantage on the ground against Floyd that getting the win is possible.

    In man vs woman muay thai they at least have B level skill at all aspects of the art.

    Ronda will be like A/B level vs D level on ground where it might be able to overcome the strength advantage.

    She's lose to every UFC fighter on the roster though except maybe a rare fluke win, most likely a rear naked choke if it were to happen.
     
  12. HR

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    yes poor quality video and she has a very sharp jaw line.
     
  13. HR

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    The thing is the punch that put her out would not put her out if it came from a female, she was unable to really hurt the guy and then she took a very short uppercut and was out on her feet and took another two hits as she dropped.

    It just showcases physically what a man can dish out and what a female skull can take.
     
  14. yetanother

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    It was fun to watch a TUF episode where gigantic female jiu jitsu champion was overpowering the light heavyweights during wrestling training.
     
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    No she wouldn't. she would get owned. just like above chick did. she would not get them to the ground and would get ktfo.
     
  16. spannered

    spannered Real men don't wear belts

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    That's fucked up that the male/female MT fight even happened. Who the fuck promoted this fight? What kind of fucking low life takes it?

    Men should never be fighting women, in any circumstances. Doesn't matter if she's a world champ fighter and the guy is an ammy/low-level pro fighter. No one should be endorsing it. JWP shouldn't even be making a point to discredit Ronda on her statements by highlighting this video. It just gives the whole thing legitimacy.

    It's not like Ronda is even calling guys out or saying she would dismantle guys at her weight class on her own accord. She keeps getting asked if she could beat Floyd or other male fighters, and like any fighter, she says she can beat anyone. She wouldn't be a champ if she said otherwise.

    Why the fuck do people keep asking her this? Why is it such a huge topic and why would guys (especially established pros like JWP) even compare real M/F fights to disprove her? Of course men are going to beat women in 99% of combat situations. We are genetic fucking monsters by comparison. Men assaulting women wouldn't fly in any other scenario, so why entertain it in combat sports?

    If a chick fighter carries on that she can beat up male fighters, do what we all do when a 6/10 thinks she's a 10/10, keep our mouths shut and maybe laugh about it when she's gone. No need to pull up practical situations of a guy KOing a girl and legitimizing women-bashing by advocating it.
     
  17. Mga223

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    Lmao I can't believe people actually think she could beat any fighter signed by the UFC.

    Fuck people can honestly not be that stupid
     
  18. PrinceOfPain

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    Guy in the video was a weight class below the woman. He also wasn't close to a top fighter. If you Google his name, knocking out Riker is the only thing he is known for.
     
  19. BigDaddyBach

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    We did that, bro......now it's out of control.

    https://twitter.com/espn/status/631574358792798209
     
  20. Supereem

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    Black belt females in BJJ and Judo take down and submit novice dudes all the time. The people who say this is impossible do not train. They are very insecure as well. You should have to at least have a purple belt IRL to be able to post in here.
     

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