• Yes

  • No

64% 7 votes
36% 4 votes
  • I've always seemed to get into fights with more than one person.

    Posted by: reece
  • Well other than really short, pathetic fights with my teenage brother when I was like 5, which can hardly be counted as fights, I've never really lost. I used to beat up my brother who is only like a year older than me and when we got older I began to control my anger so when we argued to the point of a fight I refused to fight, but he'd just jump on me. Other than these, I've only gotten in one fight and the guy was so blindly enraged that he didn't even see me step to the side and hold out my arm; clotheslined him. That was a good fight; classic. Good times.

  • Went three rounds in an amateur Muay Thai fight and lost to a pretty bogus split decision. I chased him around for three rounds. Admittedly he had a few good knees, but I outkicked him and outpunched him. Never leave it up to the judges though, I should have knocked him out.

    Posted by: TUF
  • if you haven't gotten the sht kicked out of you at least once I doubt you ever got in any fights.

  • Won and lost sparring matches every week in Martial Arts for years. That's how you learn.

  • Fifth grade. It pretty much ended in a draw because of our teacher. Other kid might have been winning at the time she stopped it but who knows what the outcome might have been lol.

    Posted by: Stefy
  • Honestly, no. When I was in grade school it was always self-defense.

    Posted by: Najs
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cludwig says2015-07-13T16:55:09.2178516-05:00
@Renegader - I agree. Having found myself bruised and crumpled on the ground with the wind knocked out of me during a sparring match, I can say that losing a fight can actually be a character building experience.
Renegader says2015-07-13T23:22:49.0666862-05:00
Absolutely, its much better than just giving up.

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