You were right Burnz

killemall

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Ninjabro
#1
Boxing is indeed superior to MMA. This clip proves it. Heart, skill, power and stamina.


[video=youtube_share;tzxBg44OH4o]
 
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ItBurnzWhenIP

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Ninjabro
#4
Boxing is indeed superior to MMA. This clip proves it. Heart, skill, power and stamina.


[video=youtube_share;tzxBg44OH4o]http://youtu.be/tzxBg44OH4o[/video]
The guy that flopped was a mixed martial artist, (read bar fighting bum), who realized he was in with a true athlete (a low caliber boxer). He did the smart thing and dove for the ground like they tend to do in MMA.
 

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Ninjabro
#7
Former boxing champ vs Former 2x UFC HW champ
[video=youtube;YsoDq5AsL8A]
Street fighter/Failed MMA fighter vs Queensland State Heavyweight Boxing Champion

Also, Jens Pulver should go back to boxing and KO Sugar Shane Mosley
 
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ItBurnzWhenIP

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Ninjabro
#8
Queensland state HW champion lol. That means he's a dude that fights at the YMCA in the US. And he almost starched Kimbo.

Tilyard's record is 6 and 7 and he's only won 1 fight against a guy with a better than .500 record and more than 5 fights...

And THAT guy retired after that fight cause in the 13 fights leading up to it, he was 2-10-1 with 5 losses by KO and a decision loss to a guy that was 4-0.

LOL The guys Kimbo is fighting are guys like him that fought and won tons of backyard MMA and bar fights and then thought they were good enough for boxing. News flash. They're not.
 
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Ninjabro
#10
The guy that flopped was a mixed martial artist, (read bar fighting bum), who realized he was in with a true athlete (a low caliber boxer). He did the smart thing and dove for the ground like they tend to do in MMA.
It was actually an amateur MMA fighter vs an ex-NFL player in a boxing match
 

ItBurnzWhenIP

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Ninjabro
#11
And Ray Edwards is the black guy. Like I said... Low caliber boxer athleticism... vs MMA bar fighter athleticism. The MMA chump dove for the floor like they tend to do in those leg hump fests.
 

Beanflicker

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Ninjabro
#13
As a boxing fan it's very rare to hear about big fights cancelled or postponed due to injury... in MMA it happens every card.

Maybe the MMA guys should toughen up a bit...
 

ItBurnzWhenIP

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Ninjabro
#14
As a boxing fan it's very rare to hear about big fights cancelled or postponed due to injury... in MMA it happens every card.

Maybe the MMA guys should toughen up a bit...
This is very true too. The last boxer I can remember to have for sure dropped out of a fight due to injury... was Kirk Johnson when he got hurt, (or dicktucked), in the run up to his Lennox Lewis fight in 2003. Vitaly took the fight after that and fought til his eyeball was halfway out of his head. These MMA guys need to take an example from real men like that.
 

Beanflicker

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Ninjabro
#15
Kirk Johnson was a fat faggot. I remember here in Canada there was a lot of media coverage when he got a title shot at Ruiz, then he shit the bed.
 

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Ninjabro
#17
Burnz is correct that the average boxer is superior to the average mixed martial artist with regard to athletic ability. This is particularly the case when an emphasis is placed on speed (of all types) and mechanics when defining "athletic ability".
 

ItBurnzWhenIP

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Ninjabro
#18
Burnz is correct that the average boxer is superior to the average mixed martial artist with regard to athletic ability. This is particularly the case when an emphasis is placed on speed (of all types) and mechanics when defining "athletic ability".
This and it's a product of the extensive amateur system that weeds out all but the top 1% of boxers from ever being even competitive. You might have a 10% caliber fighter with an incredible chin brought in to be a jobber like Reggie Strickland but between the Olympic system and being honed to box hours a day every day often from the early teens the elite athletes and exceptionally skilled eliminate all the weak.

In MMA you can come in train for a couple months, win 3 fights and become HW champion of the world by fighting a guy that's in his mid 40s and hasn't fought in two years.
 

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Ninjabro
#19
This and it's a product of the extensive amateur system that weeds out all but the top 1% of boxers from ever being even competitive. You might have a 10% caliber fighter with an incredible chin brought in to be a jobber like Reggie Strickland but between the Olympic system and being honed to box hours a day every day often from the early teens the elite athletes and exceptionally skilled eliminate all the weak.

In MMA you can come in train for a couple months, win 3 fights and become HW champion of the world by fighting a guy that's in his mid 40s and hasn't fought in two years.
Did this guy in his mid 40s who took two years off submit James Toney?
 

ItBurnzWhenIP

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Ninjabro
#20
Did this guy in his mid 40s who took two years off submit James Toney?
James Toney had already been a sideshow in boxing since before Randy was fighting Chuck. His absolute last, semi-relevant fight that he won was against Vassily Jirov in April of 2003

Before that... The last fights of his prime at the weight (160-168) where he made his career were against Mike McCallum and Iran Barkley. The Barkley fight took place in 1993.
 
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