Amazon.com Widgets

MMA Eye Pokes: Should MMA fighters be allowed to poke each other in the eyes during bouts?

  • Yes they should

    Gfhd ghdfg gf dhfd fghds fdhgf fghdsghd fghdsdsf dghfd gfdhghd fhdgfhdfg hdgfdhfg hdgfhdg fdhggfd fhdgfhd fhdf dhf ghdfg hd g g g g bb b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b v v v f gfdrfghr gft fgh ugft g hg fg hh g h g hj hg h jhg g

  • Poking eyes takes MMA fighting too far

    MMA fighters should not be allowed to poke each other in the eyes during bouts, because this gives a very extreme advantage to whoever is able to poke the other fighter's eyes first. Then it becomes much less about the mixed martial arts and more about one particular method. Poking the eyes also seems too extreme in terms of pain and bodily damage, as the eyes are so sensitive, important, and damage is often irreversible.

  • I disagree that MMA Fighters should be allowed to poke in the eyes.

    MMA Fighting is a hard and very demanding sport. With punches, kicks, grappling, and even allowing the use of the knees, this sport can get pretty dangerous. Adding the possibility of eye poking will make the sport even more dangerous. The eyes are very important and should be poked intentionally

  • MMA fighters should not be allowed to poke each other in the eyes during bouts.

    Almost anything goes in MMA, but a line has to be drawn somewhere and the players sure aren't going to draw a line. They probably want to be allowed to gouge each others eyes out. Anything that permanently disfigures them or takes one of their senses (vision in this case) should be banned.

  • Eye poking should be against the rules

    Eye poking should be against the rules. This is because it is similar to attacking someone in the groin. Eye poking could cause irreversible harm and permanent blindness. These types of moves should get someone a swift kick out of the league. Eye-poking is also unsportsmanlike and renders the other person incapable of self-defense temporarily.


Leave a comment...
(Maximum 900 words)
No comments yet.