One day, I talked to a friend of mine. He is an MMA fighter and loves it. The reason he chose to be an MMA fighter was that it could calm him down.
He was a person who had a lot of anger inside of him. If someone did something that irritated him, he became so angry and frustrated that he couldn’t control his temperament.
His way of reacting was through violence. One time, he hit a person in the face so hard that the police came.
He found MMA and that changed everything, because know he could release all of his anger, instead of hurting people with it.
I have also talked to many other MMA fighters, and I have asked all of them the same question; “does MMA help you to be a better person?”.
A lot of them say MMA helps them be a better person because some of them have committed violent acts in their former life.
Many of the reasons were because they couldn’t hold their anger inside themselves.
My opinion is that MMA is a fantastic way to get in better shape, mentally and physically.
As we said, it can be good and the sport can also help people to control their inner anger.
I began to like the sport because I have seen what the sport can do to people who have problems with their mentality. But it is your own choice to decide if you believe in what I say.
No one will force you to go into this world. Just because you have problems with controlling your inner anger, it doesn’t mean that MMA is the right thing to do for you.
There are some people that just do it because of the money and others do it because they are poor and need to make some money in a way.
If the person chooses that way, it is also his own choice. I do not support that way of MMA.
My opinion is that you should do MMA if you like it, you should not just do MMA because of the money, because the only focus in a sport is not how much you earn, it is how happy it makes you, when you do it.
My last word is that MMA should not be banned, because it can help some people.
My previous output of MMA content saw the staking of my non-existent reputation on a series of predictions, most of which were validated; however, this article will see judgement offered in retrospect on the five main takeaways from recent proceedings in no discernible order.
During the week it was announced that Billy Dib would fight Amir Khan in Saudi Arabia for the newly minted WBC Welterweight Pearl title – whatever that is – only for the WBC to withdraw the Pearl title and announce that the fight would be for their vacant International title.