Under: Boxing, MMA
26 Jan 2014

3 Responses to “Does Boxing or MMA Rules Show Who Would Win In A Fight?”

  1. Dr. J Says:

    I’ve hit people in lots of places! knocked several down. But the only times I’ve ended a fight then and there with a strike, I “broke the rules,” lol!

    In watching Jose Aldo yesterday in UFC 169 I was thinking that he is such a good boxer that he would hold his own against any boxer, and he avoids take downs so the same with ground styles. He also raises his knees well with low kicks to defend the groin if he needs to. He is formidable rules or no rules.

    I refer to your last article for the best way to fight Aldo :-)

  2. John W. Zimmer Says:

    Hey Dr. J! You make a great point about some fighters – they would do good no matter what.

    About ufc 169 – the one guy that I like a lot is Faber. But he is susceptible to those low kicks (like Aldo did to him in the WEC). :)

  3. B.warrior Says:

    like Previously, it depends on the martial artist, not the martial art it self.

    that being said, a good portion of the moves used In the ufc have modified versions of them designed for self defense. For example many Judo throws are met to keep you on your feet while only throwing your opponent to the ground.