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Why do all asian fighters have amazing chin?

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  1. Fiestar Sean McCorkle

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    Hirota proving that once again.
     
  2. shortlefthook 305 where I reside

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    hirota traps go up to his forehead, i dont think being asian has anything to do with, plenty of asians are pencil necked
     
  3. [email protected]&WW Gold Belt

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    i wasnt aware traps gave you a stronger chin
     
  4. Kung Fu Kowboy Blinded me w/ Sweet Science Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Their heart is in their chin. Every one should use the "Zombie" nickname.
     
  5. shortlefthook 305 where I reside

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    i wasn't aware being asian gave you a stronger chin
     
  6. Levi_ Silver Belt

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    TS never watched Pride....
     
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    Shinya Aoki would disagree with your assessment.
     
  8. [email protected]&WW Gold Belt

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    it doesnt.

    and thanks for showing me where the traps are. can u now continue with your analysis of it's chin improving abilities
     
  9. Fiestar Sean McCorkle

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    He got KO'd twice in like 10 years over 20 fights. He lasted 25 minutes with Gilbert.
     
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    Hirota has a titanium chin this is the first time I heard of such technology
     
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  13. shortlefthook 305 where I reside

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    your wish is my command.
    strong neck= less whiplash= less brain bounce=less damage.
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    LMFAO
     
  15. [email protected]&WW Gold Belt

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    i wasnt aware your traps are your neck.

    i would think the sternocleidomastoid muscles are more relevant. care to elaborate?
     
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    Tyrone don't like this thread, racist overtones!
     
  17. Ube Paralegal of the Year

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    Damn I read something the other day that spoke of wider facial structures being able to withstand impact.
     
  18. theincognito Brown Belt

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    They have Mongol blood
     
  19. shortlefthook 305 where I reside

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    the traps ARE apart of your neck, they tie into the neck muscles..
    thats why i posted the pic
    The trapezius is one of the major muscles of the back and is responsible for moving, rotating, and stabilizing the scapula (shoulder blade) and extending the head at the neck. It is a wide, flat, superficial muscle that covers most of the upper back and the posterior of the NECK.
     
  20. [email protected]&WW Gold Belt

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    apart and "a part" are almost opposite things :)

    and i didnt say the traps arent a part of your neck, i suggested the traps are not your neck. you made a statement about neck strength, not trap strength.

    so.. none of that suggests the trapezius is critical in increasing resistance to knockouts? perhaps you left that part out. ill let you elaborate.
     

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