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should I do mixed martial arts, Brazilian jiu jitsu, wrestling, taekwondo?

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  1. Edgar Lopez White Belt

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    Or muay thai, jiu jitsu, and just learning ground and pound?
     
  2. My2Cents Brown Belt

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    You should learn how to box like Ronda imo...
     
  3. n.diazismylife1999 Black Belt

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    I urge anyone who's considering a serious reply to look at TS's other threads first.
     
  4. Cro Cop Is Back Red Belt

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    Learn how to fight UFC, dawg.
     
  5. MadSquabbles500 Steel Belt

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    Mixed Martials arts should be its own style since it already has its own unified rule set from which you can base sparring on.
     
  6. biscuitsbrah Red Belt

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    Wtf are you on about
     
  7. PivotPunch Red Belt

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    You should do whatever you like. For MMA you should obviously do....MMA
     
  8. Papawash clean and fresh

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    Depends on what you like brah, maybe you can try to box a day and grapple the next. I did boxing for years but now I do BJJ, I like the sparring aspect every time I go to class.

    Is it for self defense or just a hobby?
     
  9. Edgar Lopez White Belt

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    For mma career
     
  10. StopDucking Ronda Rousey hater

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    It's been established that kung fu, aikido and yoga is the most lethal combination for MMA. Maybe throw in a bit of weight lifting so you can go and ask people "do you even lift bro?".
     
  11. Papawash clean and fresh

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    Find an MMA gym then, best bang for your buck. If there's none in your area, do BJJ.
     

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