- Dec 2, 2022
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Let the arguments begin!!!
Ok. Here is the premis. I had to prove once that 2+2=4.
And it is a hard concept to explain. The conclusion I came to was 2+2=4 because it is consistent with everything else.
And so on every way you come at the problem. Consistently gives you the correct answer.
This is how MMA works. Someone tries to punch you. You have a consistent solution.
If someone is on top of you holding you down. You have a consistent solution.
If you do some other martial arts that doesn't really change. You will face the same dynamics if you ufc rules fought with tkd guys or krav guys. Or if you shoved a rubber knife in there or whatever.
You can move outside the dynamics of the UFC rule set. But the basic problems encountered and overcome will be similar.
The UFC rule set is probably the easiest to translate in to other styles. As it gives the most opportunity for that style to present its strengths and expose its weaknesses.
Let’s assume the rule set does favor one or more arts. Why would that be a reason to change them?if rules make certain martial arts have an advantage, what should be changed to we see more variety and why do those rules exist? is it really to defend the athlete or to favor BJJ?
<- check Chael Sonnen talking, this is what made me think about the rules and suff
I think is way more interesting to watch or even fight if there is more variety of tech used in the ring, as UFC evolve we see that they remove a lot of techs even in BJJ to fit MMA, 90's figures were more fun to see cuz was noticeable the difference of fighting styles now days seems that everyone has more o less same skill set, and sometimes ppl show some different moves but this is when the person excel on fightingLet’s assume the rule set does favor one or more arts. Why would that be a reason to change them?
i think is because ppl try to be more effective on the limitations imposed by UFC, but i really don't know for sureI think that is because UFC has less rules though.
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Statistically a very few number of moves are responsible for a very large number of finishes.
If you don't do those moves you are fighting against the odds.
i think is because ppl try to be more effective on the limitations imposed by UFC, but i really don't know for sure
we can't really tell cuz I can also relate to the belt of ppl, closer to black belt different tech we will see, and one thing to notice especially in brasil they tend to teach a lot more armbars than leg so... is also question of training.