MMA most difficult sport in the world hands down

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  1. BringCodyBack

    BringCodyBack Green Belt

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    I always think its funny when people compare MMA Athletichism with other sports truth is to be a fighter you have to be a true fighter at heart, no atletichism makes up for that.

    Its all fine and dandy when your in the top, making big $ ,the fun must wear out quickly when your getting punched in the head.

    Mad respect to the bro's and hoe's
     
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  3. HaikenEdge

    HaikenEdge Rationality will win the day.

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    Doesn't sound very respectful.

    A fan of any single sport will say that sport is the most difficult.
     
  4. Smoking Indoors

    Smoking Indoors Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Wrong. Cricket is the most difficult sport. No one knows the rules and you're there for hours just standing around waiting until someone is randomly declared the winner.
     
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    if you ever understand cricket , your welcome to enlight us
     
  6. Queen B

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    A sport is as difficult as your competition.

    Therefore MMA is a D level sport
     
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    Smoking Indoors Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    After years of research, I understand one guy wears a hockey mask and swings a 2x4. Everyone else watches another guy throw a ball at the ground. 4 hours later, everyone goes home.
     
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    Son of Werdum Red Belt

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    It's gotta be bowling. The mental toughness is unrivaled and you have to be in top shape.
     
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  9. Lou Thizz

    Lou Thizz Stitches has K-1 level striking.

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    I think it's hitting a fastball in the MLB and then I'd put pro tennis second. Maybe it's hitting a cricket ball or whatever they do in cricket? idk. It looks like Jai Lai mixed with baseball to me.
     
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    Half of this game is 90% mental
     
  11. MMA4Life

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    Most grueling and physically demanding sport for sure. Try hitting a 101 Mph fastball, or defending Messi. We can say it is the most natural of all combat sports that requires the most technique to succeed but it's silly to just dismiss other sports as being easier.
     
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    yup high level stuff.
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