MMA fighting should definitely be legal because it is both entertaining and helpful the the people of the world. MMA should be legal because other more dangerous sports such as football and cheerleading are still legal. It teaches children self control, self defense and discipline which is good for the children to know so they are always safe and become pre mature at an early age. It also has less of a detrimental effect on children that wrestling does and wrestling is still legal and hasn't even been questioned on whether it should remain legal or not. MMA is less dangerous than football, boxing and cheerleading.
Wrestling/ Greco-Roman Wrestling Possibly the world's oldest sport with traces that go back 5000 years in the sumerian era, in which contestants struggle hand-to-hand attempt to throw or take down their opponent without striking blows. Some wrestling styles include freestyle, greco-roman and catch-as-catch-can. According to UFC fight maker Shawn Shelby, “... Wrestling is really I think is the most crucial element of MMA. Because if you are a wrestler, you decide where the fight takes place, you know you decide, if you're fighting a good boxer, you can decide to keep the fight standing… You can get a guy who is really good at standing but you think you are good but he is better than you, if you have the ability to change the game plan on
Banning Gets Serious For MMA A cut or bruise here and there and maybe even a few broken limbs from participating in a sport aren’t negative things; it means the person is taking the sport seriously. Colliding into other people and even fighting the opposite player isn’t that hard to imagine for a real sport; in fact, that is what we can categorize as a contact sport such as football, hockey, or boxing. That same philosophy can be used with mixed martial arts (MMA) - a contact sport, which is a mixture of various fighting styles such as wrestling and karate. Mixed martial arts has many similarities to other contact sports but struggles to be deemed an official sport. Mixed martial arts can be very helpful to people, especially children who can learn the skills at their young age and continue to use them throughout life, if and when given the chance.
On the contrary, more and more elderly people are learning martial arts. Why do young people not willing to learn martial arts? First of all, in this society people seek to earn money rather than learn the martial arts. And a lot of parents generally believe that learning is the only way out. What can they do after martial arts?
With the increased interest in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) as a sport and method of fitness training strength & conditioning within combat sports has rightfully become more accepted. Gone are the days where your old school boxing coach will tell you not to lift weights as it will make you bulky and slow. Evidence based strength & conditioning works hand in hand with combat sports performance. Combat sports include boxing, kickboxing, MMA and various traditional martial fighting styles. In this article we merely scratch the surface of combat sport strength & conditioning.
This does not mean that martial arts are not useful in street fighting. However, if the main goal is learning basic self defense, then martial arts would not be the best option. SELF DEFENSE https://www.google.com.ng/search?q=self+defense&prmd=ivnsb&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwilpOi6qqjVAhWCAMAKHQ8yAMMQ_AUIBigB#mhpiv=2&spf=1501119651892
The sports involve punches and kicks in the head, which may affect the brain. The third topic would be that sports like boxing and martial arts are like any other form of sports with equal challenges and fun bits. Like other sports, boxing and martial arts among others are governed by rules, which make them enjoyable. Boxing and martial arts seem violent, but they are equally fair compared to other sports as they promote talents and abilities. The sports have measures that make them relevant and fun without being
Martial arts film is a genre where Asian productions definitely led the way, with uncountable entries in the category. Those from Hong Kong are definitely the most renowned, but as you are about to see, there is a plethora shot from countries like Thailand, Indonesia and other SE Asian countries. Here is a list with a number of the best of the genre in chronological order, noting that one of the list 's purposes is diversity, and that films like "Time and Tide," that focus more on gunfights rather than martial arts, were excluded. 1. One Armed Swordsman (Chang Cheh, 1967, Hong Kong) Shaw Brothers is probably the studio with the most entries in the genre, and this particular movie was produced during their most dominant period in the 60s, when they controlled 35 companies, 130 cinemas, nine
Martial Arts doers are gifted with a free ticket to good and healthy life . : IV. Second argument: Confidence and selfdefense is all what martial arts mainly about . A. What people aren’t aware of is that our confidence is dependent on the activities we practice and its levels differs according to each activity .