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Strongest Martial Arts?
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GACKTNESSism wrote:

MUY THAI ♥


Your so smart its sexy..your smexy, Excellent choice
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REPORTED FOR BEING PERSONAL!


Personal? sure go ahead if youre that stupid =]
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I would say BJJ (Brazilian Jujitsu) Or Muay Thai. It depends on the situation.
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I Really Think The Answer Would Be Muay Thai Or Boxing Without The Gloves But Enlighten Me.


no such thing...fights are based on individuals, not styles.All martial arts are the same, whats the real difference between them?when it all comes down to it, its about the individuals. If u think some black belt will immediatly endow you with the fighting abilities of Bruce Lee, then u know nothing of martial arts or of Bruce Lee.

And if your talking about strongest techniques, even more so.
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I always thought it depends on the person but I may be crazy. I don't know any "fighting" styles but I can beat the hell out of most ppl. well if street fighting is a style it comes from pretty much experience to be able to see how a person is going to react and beat them to it. but I throw elbows i can arm bar and stuff like and i been ask do i know any muy thai from this knee I hit this one guy with years ago. but I think it majority of it comes from experience.


"I always thought it depends on the person"

your exactly right, its all about the individual, not styles- they r all the same to begin with.peace over war


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shaolin is the first thing what pops up in my head

Muay thai isn't that effective anyway agains a brawler -_- ( my opinion no need to Quote me if i am wrong or something like that)


...you talk about Mauy Thai you're GUNNA get quotes cause you must not have the faintest idea what Mauy Thai is to say that it isnt good against a Brawler, bare knuckler boxers/brawlers would get destroyed in Thailand. They kick down BANANA TREES for training!!


and what if that brawler knows muy thai and is from thailand?

it all comes down to the individual, not the stlye...and yes, training is an individual aspect...peace over war
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I agree that it would depend on the individual, but since this thread is asking about which style in our opinions I'm agreeing with DannyBoy. I had both those in mind; Muay Thai and BJJ.
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If its a fight without rules...i say brazilian jujitsu. A rear naked choke will make a person pass out in 3 sec if put on right.
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Mauy Thai elbows will cut your face, Mauy Thai Knees will break your ribs, Mauy Thai straight kicks will dislocate your femur from your hip joint or break your knee, Mauy Thai low kicks, with shins that can break baseball bats, will cut the legs out from under you, Mauy Thai all the way.


yea...but, ne elbow to the face does that...ne knee can break a rib...ne straight kick can do all that and ect,ect,ect...
but is really knowing muy thai going to make u acheive all that?i know muy thai, but can i really break a rib from a knee strike? i also know taekwondo and sevreral other martial arts. How do i know if my knee strike isnt from some other art? i learned straight kicks in 3 different martial arts...which one is muy thais? they all r done the same...

what im getting at is no martial art is stronger then the other one, that is silly.Most of those techniques r found in other arts and r done the same way.Then the problem occurs that you trap yourself in your own knowlege with no growth and no adaptation.
Fights r about the individual, not the style. Styles have no techiques and power, people do.A style can do nothing on its own, a human being has to be there to use it. peace over war
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I would say BJJ (Brazilian Jujitsu) Or Muay Thai. It depends on the situation.
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it actually depends on the individual.peace over war
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muay thai
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Why is that?
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or the one wer u touch the guys shoulder and his fingers explode, i forgot the name
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Why is that?


why? just read my other comments. Why not? Does it not make the most sense?
there is no such thing as a ultra super duper style or technique that auto maticly gives you to have the ability to win every fight you get into.
Styles are all the same.What happens when two muay thai fighters fight? are u really going to decide the winner of a match just because one knows muy thai?but that wont work, cause the other guy also knows muy thai.wouldnt the logical thing be to rate the individuals in this?

its not karate vs muy thai, or judo vs this and that.Its individual vs individual.If u get punched in the face, whether or not it hurts you does not depend on what style it came from.Dont all human beings punch with a balled fists?

Bruce Lee puts it this way.

"Before i studied the art, a punch to me was just a punch, a kick was just a kick.After I'd studied the art, a punch was no longer a punch, a kick was no longer a kick. Now that i understand the art, a punch is just a punch, a kick is just a kick."

Techniques,power,speed,ect. Are all based on the individual.There is no easy way to becoming a great fighter. It takes experience,skills,training, ect. Any style can teach you that, or you can turn away from styles and seek wisdom from yourself.Either way, it still falls on the individual's shoulder.peace over war
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