Ty K. Doe
I did say so.If you say so.
Why don't you give the criterion for knowing if they're good, so I don't have to play your philosophical games.BTW, how do you know they're such great fighters?
MMA mumbo jumboThe other issue being that even if they are great at what they do--and if this is indeed what anyone would qualify as "fighting"
No one ever said you'd attain martial arts greatness just by kicking a peice of paper or a tennis ball. But I promise it's great for developing speed, dexterity, and focus.Many great fighters of the past and present have employed ludicrous, pointless practices, and have attained great success due to OTHER elements in their training regimen, or innate personal skill.