extreme fighting


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Related to extreme fighting: Cage fighting, MMA
A modern sport promoted as a combination of boxing, judo, kick boxing, wrestling, karate, and other martial arts

extreme fighting

Sports medicine A modern blood sport, promoted as a barbaric combination of boxing, kick boxing, wrestling, judo, karate, and other martial arts. See Blood sport. Cf Boxing, Toughman fighting, Ultimate fighting.
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MMA, cage fighting, Total Extreme Fighting and all its vulgar variants are not sports, they are obscene all-in battles between opponents to gratify a vile instinct in spectators which is no different from that which existed at the Roman Games two thousand years ago.
Extreme Fighting Championship has been rising at a crazy rate in the South Africa and that has only been helped by the promotion having its first fighter join the UFC earlier this year.
Her first mixed martial arts (MMA) fight was in a tournament organized by World Extreme Fighting in Nevada, United States.
Bare-knuckle boxing in the Big Easy is the hook to "Brawler," a pugilistic parable about brothers slugging their way through the marginalized, mobbed-up world of extreme fighting in New Orleans.
The professional Trading Advantage instructor, Patrick Assalone, is an extremely dedicated and talented technical trader who brings his trading intensity from being a former World Extreme Fighting (WEF) Lightweight World Champion to the field of futures trading.
"Extreme fighting and shooting isn't possible for me any more - I'll need to pick my roles according to my age" - Arnold Schwarzenegger, 63, who hopes to return to the screen now he has completed his term as governor of California.
Extreme fighting is not possible anymore," he said.
Prize fights (boxing), professional wrestling matches like those offered by WWE and extreme fighting organizations in "on-demand" and PPV packages are intended and licensed for residential viewing.
Is it because we are not hearing of the other countries' losses or is it that their governments think more of their troops and will not let them go in to areas where there is extreme fighting? And why aren't our troops rotated to the areas where there is less fighting to give them a break?
It was truly kill or be killed, and this man revealed his secret for winning in such extreme fighting: "Affect their ability to see and/or breathe, and you shall win the day."
As the UFC's profile grew, it popularized a genre of combat whose incarnations and spin-offs included "cage fighting," "extreme fighting," "submission grappling," and "vale tudo." (That's Portuguese for "anything goes.") Its critics liked to call it "human cockfighting." In 1995 ardent boxing fan John McCain urged the governor of North Carolina to block the fifth UFC from taking place in Charlotte, and for the next several years the senator would continue his efforts to destroy ultimate fighting.
Around 650 tickets, some costing up to pounds 100 a head, had already been sold for the extreme fighting event.

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