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August 15, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

The Most Sinister Boxing Match Of All Time

Undefeated Billy Collins Jr. (14-0, 11 KO) was a junior middleweight (154 lb.) prospect on his way up. Luis Resto (20-8-2, 8 KO) was a light-punching journeyman.

Resto beat Collins’ eyes shut and his skin purple and blue. Collins suffered a torn iris and his vision was forever blurred. Collins could no longer fight. Collins’ father and trainer Collins Sr. went up to shake Resto’s hand out of sportsmanship, only to be overcome with rage at how thin Resto’s glove was. He demanded the gloves be impounded. Resto’s padding had been removed, and Resto himself admitted years later that his handwraps had been soaked in plaster of Paris, a substance that hardens into plaster casts.

Collins began drinking and became violent without boxing in his life. He would later drive his car into a cement wall in 1984, ending his life at age 22. Resto and his trainer, Panama Lewis, were banned for life from the sport. Resto served 2 1/2 years in prison for assault, while boxing suffered a tragedy that shows just how dangerous cheating can be in this sport.

 

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August 13, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

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August 8, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Roy Jones used to run circles around his opponent

 

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August 1, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Brutal body shot by Jose Aldo

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July 30, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Jiu Jitsu saves police officer’s life

Officer credits Jiu Jitsu training for surviving a fight with dangerous suspect… “Early this morning I found myself in a full-out fight with a 5’11, 195lb collegiate male athlete who was gooned up on an unknown drug (I’m assuming some sort of dissociative anesthetic). It was me and him for about five minutes. During said altercation, my glasses were shattered and knocked off my face, none of my radio transmissions got out, and a ton of equipment was stripped from my vest and duty belt. I managed to stay in the fight and maintain some control despite exchanging punches and knees with the subject. I secured one of the subject’s hands in cuffs and maintained that grip throughout the majority of the fight. I also released my K9 partner and she did exactly what she trains to do; however, all the K9 bites, punches, knees, and baton strikes did not deter this guy. He wasn’t there. The drug had consumed every part of him. After about 5 minutes of fighting, my partners finally found us (due to lack of comms) and, after several more minutes of fighting, we were able to secure him in cuffs ending the fight. The following saying comes to mind: Sometimes I had a bad day means that I almost didn’t make it home. While fighting with this guy, he reached for my duty weapon. Given the circumstances (full details are not being disclosed in this post), deadly force was warranted and it was probably getting close to my last resort. Thankfully, it did not reach that point … I think the majority of the credit goes to my training outside of work. I’ve been beat to hell and back in training so I knew how to react and fight through being repeatedly being struck in the face and head. I didn’t freak out … I knew I was okay and still in the fight. This post isn’t to be all bravado … I got my ass kicked this morning (there’s no doubt about it), but I also gave it right back." . . . . . . . #jiujitsu #bjj #brazilianjiujitsu #jiujitsu4life #grappling #streetfights #womensselfdefense #jits #mixedmartialarts #mma #ufc #shokunin #blackbelt #police #policeofficer #martialarts #martialartist #graciejiujitsu #policetraining #selfdefense #grapplers #grappler #streetfight

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July 25, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Sweet Combo!

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July 23, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

"When I see this picture I don’t see a girl that lost, I see a girl that put everything she had into training , a girl that pushed her self to a A breaking point. Most adults will never push themselves the way she does"

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July 18, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

“This piece of shit was breaking into my Dads house right now. He ran down the alley and I caught up to him. I brought him back to my Dads house and then he tried to escape. I threw him to the ground using what little judo I know, then put him in a triangle until the cops showed up. He probably weighed 50 more pounds than me. He said he had a two year old and he didn’t want to be separated from his kid”

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July 16, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Guy uses Jiu Jitsu to subdue his attacker in SF…"This guy harrased me for a block and half kept calling homo, told me he’s going to kill me and swung…”

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July 11, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

This guy got knocked out 3 times! Worst ref ever! 

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