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Rumblenuts (Over 30 Days Ago)
Hey! I know how you feel about cops so I thought you might be interested in these videos I found on you tube

"Officer threatens to make up evidence after arrest of innocent men"
"Cops Shoots Unarmed Woman Motorist To Death For Rolling Up Her Car Window"
"Police Officer Slaps and Beat U S Soldier News Cast"
"Police brutality on a US news channel? (you decide) "
"Police Officer Assaults Woman"

The last one really pissed me off watching it.

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Rumblenuts (Over 30 Days Ago)
It's not that the guy was a boxer, but he took a boxers stance. I was just making an example of how if he were one in MMA or a real fight on the street you have the upper hand controlling the fight by getting in close and avoid having to box. I've noticed that even guys that have a lot of martial arts under their belt still have a hard time dealing with a guy that's on top of them in the full mount position. So, I figure that the average guy, or boxer, isn't going to know how to get you off of him and will lose. Of course nothing is guaranteed to work. The outcome depends on your skills and the lack of the other guys and sometimes, a little luck. As we both know also, there's always a chance of that one lucky punch to end it which can come from either party. It's funny you said what you said about avoiding a fight. I'm the same way, I hate a real fight but enjoyed sparring. Real fights give me the butterflies and have made me nauseous at times which is probably why I'm a pretty good negotiator. I have back pedaled away from people that wanted to fight me and calmed them down but in the back of my mind I wasn't too worried about them after I saw their initial offense, how they moved and how quick they were. Oh yeah, there's no MA training that can prevent a bullet from hitting you so military boot camp is definitely the best training for any situation. Unless of course you are Remo Williams.

Don't worry about the blabbing, I'm the worst, just look at this sh*t!!! ^ Anyway, I don't really have anyone to talk about MA either so I'm cool with the blabbing about it.

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Rumblenuts (Over 30 Days Ago)
Boxing is alright. Not to brag, but as an example, I sparred with a guy that was 6' 6", 265 lb. once and won in about 5 seconds. That's not an exaggeration. All I did was shoot under his raised fists and grab him around the back of his legs, lift, and foot sweep. Had to be quick, all in one fluid motion. He went down like a sack of potatoes and had no skills to recover. Boxing didn't even come into play because I didn't want it to (understandably so) nor let it. I think you would do fine in a fight if you get in close and control it with joint locks/keep them off balance. I've always found that keeping them off balance is a big factor. No one trains for that. Still, boxing can be a plus.

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Rumblenuts (Over 30 Days Ago)
Hey, check this video out on you tube

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Rumblenuts (Over 30 Days Ago)
Hey man, which video are you talking about?