BJ Penn vs. Jon Fitch: Gracie Breakdown

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3/5/11 9:45 AM by Arecsa

Great breakdown as always. Love these vids.

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3/5/11 9:45 AM by Arecsa

Great breakdown as always. Love these vids.

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3/4/11 2:36 AM by Wasa-B

If more MMA fans didnt forget the all the sports they used to watch before, we wouldnt have such an ignorant bubble around this sport.There isnt an athlete in the world in the history of sport that hasnt made a mistake. But in MMA, the fighters cant make mistakes, they have to finish every single fight too and wang and brawl and make the other guy bleed...

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3/4/11 2:36 AM by Wasa-B

If more MMA fans didnt forget the all the sports they used to watch before, we wouldnt have such an ignorant bubble around this sport.There isnt an athlete in the world in the history of sport that hasnt made a mistake. But in MMA, the fighters cant make mistakes, they have to finish every single fight too and wang and brawl and make the other guy bleed...

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3/1/11 10:16 AM by triso

This is actually 100% right. For some reason MMA fans and martial artists in general think that people who are high level don't make technical mistakes. High level competition has a way of forcing errors on even the most technically proficient competitors.

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3/1/11 10:16 AM by triso

This is actually 100% right. For some reason MMA fans and martial artists in general think that people who are high level don't make technical mistakes. High level competition has a way of forcing errors on even the most technically proficient competitors.