A trained fighter should have greater a greater ability to defend against bullies or street thugs. Someone who has never fought before will probably panic and start throwing random, easy-to-see strikes, and get demolished quickly.
In ancient times, soldiers trained in martial arts to defend their homeland from the invaders. But as time passed, many sports disciplines were derived from brutal fighting forms without rules.
Masters of some fighting styles could kill their enemy with one strike to a vital area of the body.
In this article, we review the best MMA gloves for training, sparring, and competition in 2021.
If you followed mixed martial arts in the 2000s, then you’re probably familiar with Wanderlei Silva, the Octagon warrior who turned the lights out on many opponents via brutal Muay Thai clinch strikes.
Have you ever thought of combining Mike Tyson’s brutal knockout power with Manny Pacquiao’s impressive speed? Many “experienced” coaches believe you can either be a knockout artist or an extremely fast combo specialist. We’re here to tell you that it’s possible to be both.