Well, I’m about to provide a knockout blow: You can’t have it both ways; it’s inconsistent to say Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is a blood sport that promotes violence, while deifying three-time world heavyweight boxing champion Ali.
For the record I am pro MMA a mix of all striking and grappling martial arts consisting of boxing, fumbling, judo, jiu-jitsu and kickboxing. I’m enthralled by its main competitors, The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). I am not alone. More than 56,000 individuals participated in the UFC battle in between former middleweight champion Ronda Rousey and her fierce challenger Holly Holm in Melbourne last year.
Throughout the history of battling, and undoubtedly expert fight sports it is a natural requirement that during the days preceding a fight 2 fighters will try and enter each other’s heads and frighten each other, so to speak, so as to establish a mental advantage, with some of combating s biggest names being masters of this art i.e.
Mohammed Ali to name however simply one. To that end, why not go all out and instead of just aggravating your challenger based on an insecurity or shortcoming, truly horrify them with, say, a horrifying walkout.
Former title opposition Sara McMann entirely neutralized Jessica Eye with fumbling and positional control, taking a consentaneous decision over her previous training partner in a 135-pound encounter at UFC Fight Night Almeida vs. Garbrandt at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday night. The Olympic silver medalist swept all three judges' scorecards by identical 30-27 tallies.
Maybe wary of her opponent's wrestling, Eye had a hard time to shoot throughout the contest, typically awaiting countering chances that never showed up. On the other hand, McMann (9-3, 3-3 UFC) got stronger as the bout advanced.
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