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#1 Edited by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

Thinking about getting Alien Isolation.

#2 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

Rousey still stomps.

No she doesn't. If anything it could go either way. But I'm still going with Floyd.

#3 Edited by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

@sync1 said:

@bboyyomama: I was referring to her twitter beef, when I said she would get her teeth broken.

Anyway, the fight starts standing up. Mayweather is probably the greatest stand up artist in the world. That being said, how is Ronda even gonna come close to getting him in a mere clinch, without getting blasted in the face by the best boxer in the world? Exactly.

That's the same thing I was saying.

#4 Edited by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

MMA fighter vs boxer:

  • Boxing Match - boxer should win with difficulty.
  • MMA Match - MMA fighter should win with low difficulty.

The only real time we've seen it with a fighter in his prime was Muhammad Ali vs Antonio Inoki, in which very restrctive rules were placed on Inoki to make the fight fair (couldn't grapple, one knee had to be on the mat to kick, etc). Now, this is not to say Inoki would win handily, but due to a far more complete game Inoki had to be limited. And Inoki was just a Japanese wrestler by profession, not a full-on MMA fighter.

Most MMA fighters dapple in Muay Thai, because it increased your ability to take a hit so well. Ronda trains in Muay Thai, and has discussed her training regiment in interviews. She can take a hit a lot better than some seem to think, all MMA fighters can. However, given that MMA fighters have the ability to fight from multiple distances due to the use of legs, grappling, ground fighting, and punching, it's easier to avoid blows than in boxing.

As to who wins? Depends on the fight (boxing or MMA), rules, and conditions of victory.

Even Dana White agrees that an MMA fighter would lose badly in a boxing match against a skilled boxer and vice versa. I doubt there would be difficulty.

#5 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

Really enjoying this debate that's happening.

#6 Edited by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

Indeed. Most boxers enter UFC when they're past their prime.

@frozen said:
@br_havoc said:

We have seen boxer vs MMA fighter before go look at UFC one and it would pretty much be the same thing. Flyod is fantastic at the jabbing,blocking and counter striking but in an MMA fight he would not know how to defend leg kicks and would be taken down and have his arm broken in a matter of seconds.

We have not seen a legitimate Boxer vs MMA fight. We have seen overblown, post-prime Boxers enter UFC and lose. Can you substantiate Ronda not getting one-shotted by a Boxer that's higher in weight class, faster, stronger and the better striker?

This isn't the generic MMA vs Boxing, the individuals involved must be examined.

@king_stranglehold_da_first said:

@wearemany said:

Rousey stomps him out.

I doubt it.

#7 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

Rousey stomps him out.

I doubt it.

#8 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio
#9 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

May go with team DC.

#10 Edited by King-Stranglehold da first (3260 posts) - - Show Bio

@highaccuser:

It seems like you're using ABC logic to justify DD being faster than Sentry. Current Deathseed Sentry is at least as fast or faster than Superman. We've never seen Sentry's speed reaction limit. Its never truly been defined. Also Sentry's speed reactions are consistent. He has always used his speed throughout his career. Can you show us that Doomsday trumps Sentry in speed reaction? Can you show us him having speed reactions such as these?