bradd80 said:Is this how you prove that one martial art is better than another, you post a random youtube video of one really big guy chasing a smaller guy around a mat? Your argument is something a five year old would make. All you have to do is youtube "aikido vs jiu jiutsu" to see dozens of videos where the aikidoist takes out the jiujiutsu fighter. And if you're saying the jiu jiutsu guy had both aikido and jiu jiutsu training than even you're admitting that it wasn't jiujiutsu that beat aikido, rather it was a combination of both jiujiutsu and aikido that beat aikido.
You're like an idiotic 12 year old, arguing one martial art is better than another when anyone well versed in the martial arts can clearly see that it's all about the skill level of a practitioner and how well he knows his own art.
Because different arts are suited for different purposes. Do I really need to explain this to you? This is why police academies teach their police recruits aikido and submission and wrist/joint lock techniques as opposed to teaching them MMA.
And no taking people's eyes out and focusing on other vulnerable areas is not a myth. When martial arts originally developed it wasnt to roll around on the ground in some gay jiu jiutsu hold with your ass sticking out at the camera and win $50,000, it was to kill other people. And this was done by attacking the opponent's most vulnerable places, often the eyes and groin. Because no matter how large an opponent is, these places are always equally vulnerable.
haha yeah sure maybe i can get you to train me you little faggot
Am I really perpetuating a myth? I have cross-trained in the martial arts for almost 15 years, and have trained at a very high level, would you like to come fight me so I can show you just how easily I can strike your eyes or other vulnerable area if you came close to me? Do you really think this is hard to do? Because when you're properly trained this isn't hard to do at all.
When martial arts were about life and death, and not about pinning an opponent to the ground for sport as it is today, the eyes and other sensitive spots were struck and taken out as quickly as possible.
On the other hand maybe I should take the advice of you, someone who has the mentality of a five year old and seems to think that MMA is a perfect replicate depiction of a life and death struggle between trained fighters.
another insecure internet tough guy