Hi everyone again. Lets go straight to the point: I love fighting. And I believe Ive been liking it before I have a hint on why I do. Today, I believe its in my blood. Because, oh well. Assuming we are descendants, lets say, of people that had to hunt animals and fight predators and rival individuals or groups to survive. Those who didnt enjoy the action just wouldnt survive to have a brood. So, making it in these terms, were children only of the ones who were ready to fight. We have will for fighting in our blood. To me this even helps to explain why men tend to enjoy it more often than women (I dont mean women dont or cant enjoy it, of course): it should be due to the fact that the ancestors would leave the duties of fighting to the men of the primitive group. So I love martial art, and its much more than fighting, but maybe I have a primitive instinct of willing to fight! And I even believe all in all its the main reason Ive chosen a martial art instead of, for example, yoga. That also seems why Im always so concerned in not only practicing at the dojang, but in really being able to fight, for real, even if I will never do it. I hope some dont get me wrong believing Im some kind of sexist. Im just trying to interpret it in biological terms. And off course, I assume I can be wrong. So what do you people think of that? P.S.: Hey, Manny! Greetings to the Pan American Guadalajara Games!!