Martial artist out there that could kill most UFC fighters if they had interest...

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  1. Glove Black Belt

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  3. GaryEric Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    sorry i forgot what we were talking about. god bless
     
  4. DivineMind Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    That master is badass.

    Reminds me of a time when Steven Seagall visited my elementary school as a kid. He told us this cool ass story about how someone tried to rob him at knifepoint a year prior. Using an audience member, he demonstrated a move where he simultaneously disarmed the man while breaking his arm in two places. He said the robber begged him to call 911 and apologized while crying. The story made quite an impression on me and is the reason I'm into martial arts.

    There are killers out there in other martial arts like Seagall in aikido, they just don't have the time to do mma but make no mistake, in a street fight they would maim an mma fighter.
     
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  5. liver.shot Orange Belt

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    He was taking about this guy. I downloaded the photo when I heard the podcast. Unfortunately no idea the name.

    I actually believe him. The guy trained w them when they were on top and apparently had no trouble winning. It wasn't theoretical , it was embarrassing. Apparently he just likes hunting. .iirc he had one pro fight and said no.
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    nobody mentioned the average sherdogger yet?
     
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    Street fighting is just a term used for any type of physical altercation that isn't sport. Self Defense basically.
     
  8. Ghostoftheville Brown Belt

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    The majority of people on the planet is one thing, professionally trained fighters that actually fight for a living is a different scenario.
     
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    maybe, but in general, i wouldn't believe so. a peak human athlete nowadays is almost alien in their physical abilities, and a non athlete would be helpless if their skills weren't levels above the athlete. active conditioned athlete, not bj penn. if ur not sure, just go to ur closest gym, watch the alpha gym rat and try to replicate what they're doing. or try to follow a top xfit athlete's routine on YouTube. it's sobering.

    of course none of the above applied to us sherbros. we jacked!
     
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    Any tai chi master bahaha
     
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    Yeah I don’t know if the TS is a troll or what but he’s always making these lame threads about TMA that don’t work
     
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  12. Blayt7hh Steel Belt

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    Random dudes sure. Unless he’s been training grappling for a long time though he gets beat up by your average grappler
     
  13. empsim Brown Belt

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    Shaolin monks > US Marines > Akido masters > Boxers > NBA players with 3 months training > Actors who train (more than 3 months) > Youtubers who boxed or wrestled in highschool > Sherdoggers > MMA fighters
     
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    Stephen Seagal will always be 0-0 in all kinds of fighting. Whenever he's involved, how could it possibly be a fight?
     
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    I'd start with Scott Adkins and Michael jai white

    Edit: oh yeah and this guy

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    Lmao. So you mean a boxer who knows how to grapple? Not only a boxer, in other words.
     
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    I’d say Kun Tao master Guy Savelli could beat most of the UFC roster.
     
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    True kung fu destroys all grappling.

    This guy would leave prime Fedor face down.
     
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    Ah yes the 'attack me as slow as possile and i will defend' martial arts...
    Its like the 'let me show kicks on a stationary dummy' guys...

    Its all fun and games until they get hit.
    'hold on, take it easy, the sun was in my eye, a bird flew by'.

    Posers
     
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