In MMA, there are split decisions and then there are split decisions. The former often come on nights when the judges are aloof, uninterested, uneducated or all of the above and they can’t get on the read news >>
- 11 months ago
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New Bloody Elbow contributor James Stapleton examines the bio-mechanics of fighting and how it all comes down to dem hips. The hips are vital in every aspect of fighting, In striking you need to turn read news >>
It feels redundant, if not a bit awkward, to credit a professional fighter for their courage. It's part of the job description, after all. If you stick around the game long enough to become successfu read news >>
In the finals of the European Wrestling Championships, Russia's Abdusalam Gadisov hit a fantastic misdirection single leg takedown to solidify his claim on the gold medal. Bloody Elbow wrestling spec read news >>
All sports - and currently combat sports - have a learning curve when it comes to transitioning to the heightened scrutiny of random independent drug monitoring (including urine and blood).
It m read news >>
- 6 years ago
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So, let's say you're at a Brazilian jiu-jitsu class, and for whatever reason, decide not to tap out from a choke hold. Just what kind of damage can occur?
Also, what is about a nice shot t read news >>