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the science behind mixed martial arts part 1 — 20 Comments

  1. ,,, no you are not,, i have en of of them in my fb group.. :P

  2. “The UFC is now becoming one of the worlds most popular sports” …Watch National Geographic. Because fact-checking is important!

  3. Fedor Emelianenko has never benn knocked out and he took alot of damage when comparing to other MMA elite fighters.

  4. 1 they didnt tell that its acting and 2 i like this program but they take to loooooooong to get to the point! But even thought they act it i bet they could beat me UP!!!!!!!

  5. 1 they didnt tell that its acting and 2 i like this program but they take to loooooooong to get to the point!

  6. Just for the reccord, real, well trained, well applied and well landed techniques cannot be withstanded no matter what body they are up against :). As someone else already said its not a matter of how much u can take but how good u are in avoiding and not getting hit. If u are not conivinced try to lightly smack your jaw in an angle that if there was a str8 line it would pass through your opposite ear and u will see :)

  7. wtf. I can watch Part1 but when I click on Part2 it’s saying that it contains material that I am not allowed to watch in my country… man, that blows big time

  8. Either Dana had WAY too much input into this, or NG didnt do enough or proper research. Since when is the UFC a Sport?? MMA, Yes, UFC, NO. Its a League, plain and simple. Also they say only 5min rounds, wrong 3min and 5mins. Also they leave out the fact there is 4 ways fights can go, Too the Judges. Few other things that are kinda messed up but still entertaining nonetheless an cool to see. Almost as cool as Fedor on the other Sports Sciene show. Rampage too.

  9. Ah, so it would be like saying that FIFA or the NBA is a popular sport. Kk, tyvm=)

  10. WOW LOLOLOL 1:27
    “UFC is becoming one of the most popular sports”
    FAIL

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