How the Sport of Mixed Martial Arts Evolved.

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    Richard Gonzalezposted 3 years ago

    How the Sport of Mixed Martial Arts Evolved.

    I noticed in MMA, the champions and dominant fighters where always relying  on what they know best to be so successful as the sport evolved. Yet in modern MMA, just relying on what you're comfortable discipline won't get you at top fighter caliber. I will even go as far to say that the great champions of the past (Matt Hughes Chuck Liddell Randy Couture BJ Penn etc) Wouldn't have as much success in today's modern MMA. MMA has evolved tremendously and I would like you're opinion on the subject? How do you see the sport from what it was to where it is now?How do you see its Future?

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    Daveadamposted 3 years ago

    I'm pretty sure Bruce Lee was an enlightened man, & had no fear of death at all....I only suspect this because I've been doing the mind training that Bruce Lee did, although i haven't done anything like the amount of physical training he did....He was a truly great philosopher who worked life out, & he learned to fight always in the present moment where the mind isn't in the way....So he'd stand there & consider whether or not to fight someone with no fear at all, & if he started there would be no stopping or beating him....His opponent would be thinking Bruce Lee wouldn't be, so Bruce Lee always had the edge & never lost his temper....All the great champions of the past would have been great champions today, because they had what it takes to be a champion....So you could pluck any champion from any era & give them today's technology training ideas etc, & they would still be a champion if they wanted to....A lot of people train at a lot of different things, & it's the mind that is the deciding factor as to whether or not they become a champion.

 
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