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Love Of Violence
« on: June 29, 2017, 10:29:21 pm »
Anyone else here into the violent sports? Things like MMA, WWE, boxing, and the like? I used to be obsessed with WWE, but lost interest in it after Wrestlemania 24. I don't get lucky enough to catch much MMA much, but when I do, I watch until it's done for the night. I don't really know any of the fighters so I can't pick a favorite. I watch boxing once in a while. It's not on any of the channels I have, but once in a great while. And since I really don't know anybody in the ring/octagon, I'm not going to buy a pay-per-view. For me, the bloodier the better.
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Re: Love Of Violence
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2017, 10:37:08 pm »
I liked wrestling way back when they called it the WWF...

Seemed to have a much better format then, though really I think NFL is a more entertaining violent sport. It would be better if they got rid of the helmets and "protective" equipment that are used as battering rams and what lead to most concussions, rather than protecting from them though.

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Re: Love Of Violence
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2017, 05:35:55 am »
I'm not into boxing or wrestling, but I just love MMA. Two combatants trying to kill each other with their bare hands. It's the best.I love the machines of war, too. So, yeah, addicted to violence. Better head over to the Addiction forum and spill my guts in a new thread!  :laugh:

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Re: Love Of Violence
« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2017, 09:29:22 am »
I'm not into fighting at all. I don't like to see 2 people beat the <poo> out of each other. But, and this is going to sound so bad and so unladylike but I'm being honest, I love watching people hurt themselves. Afv and other shows where people trip, do faceplants, get whacked in the balls, etc have me on the floor laughing.
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Re: Love Of Violence
« Reply #4 on: June 30, 2017, 09:50:33 am »
If I wasn't fragile, clumsy and out of shape I'd be an MMA fighter or a boxer in a heart beat. In fact, once I've transitioned and have money money to dispose of I'd looooooove to take martial arts....
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Re: Love Of Violence
« Reply #5 on: June 30, 2017, 09:56:37 am »
I want to start learning Krav Maga. If it's good to turn male and female conscripts into deadly force of Israel army, it must be good. But it's only available in bigger cities and expensive.

Or I'd take Muay Thai, they got a few famous lady champions fighting against male and winning.

Well, for mtf it's optional, but for ftm... a guy must know how to fight, and better do it efficiently, or one may end up as Brandon Teena (boys don't cry).


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Re: Love Of Violence
« Reply #6 on: June 30, 2017, 11:25:54 am »
If it wasn't for my MD, I would take a martial arts class again. I took Jeet Kune Do for a while a few years ago, but I couldn't do it for long. It was alright, but the instructor more or less just ran a minor gym with a few punching bags, and didn't really teach much of anything. So I don't know if that really counts. The worst thing about it tho, was that he loved to hear himself talk. When he got started to answer a simple yes or no question, would take him over an hour. Literally. That got old quick.

This is another reason I love hockey. It's rough as hell, and fights break out all the time. Not to mention that the sport is just amazing.
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Re: Love Of Violence
« Reply #7 on: September 03, 2019, 07:32:38 pm »
I do like martial arts. My dad was good at them and taught me some. I'm not remotely good enough for competition but I do like watching people who are. I can appreciate the time and effort required to get there.

Of all sports, directly combative ones are the most primal and freeing to take part in. I'd rather take part than watch any sport, but since I don't want seven shades beaten out of me particularly, I'll watch.

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