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Always strive to be the most dangerous man in the room.

Krav is inferior because, by and large, they teach the same things but one doesn't spar. I train both Krav and MMA, have for years, and I like 'em both, but I've seen a lot of RBSD groups and I've seen very few that engage in the consistent, competitive sparring that you see in any decently serious MMA gym. There are helpful things to be learned from Krav- we do weapons, we do multiple...[More]

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Always strive to be the most dangerous man in the room.

Mate, I learn MMA because it's fun. You're preaching to the choir if you think you're dropping some revelations at me by quoting a book I first read at thirteen. You're kinda broadly right, but the idea that learning to throw people onto pads doesn't help throw them onto tables is a little flawed- anything that teaches you good, fundamental skills is helpful, and what's more helpful is to...[More]

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Always strive to be the most dangerous man in the room.

Start from wrestling. By far the strongest base for MMA and probably the most valuable self-defense wise; most people aren't familiar with grappling, and the ability to physically control someone else and spike them on their head if you do please is helpful.

Context | Full Comments | submitted 3 weeks ago by knife_music
Always strive to be the most dangerous man in the room.

If you're in America, you almost certainly can't do Krav Maga. There's no rules as to who can call themselves Krav, and the style itself doesn't have anything distinctive to it- the guy who made it up was a wrestler and a boxer.

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