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    Default So is this for Amateur No Headshots?

    ...or Amateur 'inc' headshots, as technically Amateur MMA doesn't have headshots does it?

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    im prety sure amature mma has head shots in america, but i think as far as say mmauniverse goes, amature is no headshots, but ZT amature tournaments have head shots! lots of dif rules!

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    I've watched an American Amateur fight and noticed that it's headshots but they have head protection and I think they have bigger gloves and shinpads, which I thought was a good idea.

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    wondered when the 1000+ posts ruls debate would start lol

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    I like the shooto rules with massive pillow gloves, head guards and body armour. Kinda like you see on Olympic TKD matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kainer2 View Post
    I like the shooto rules with massive pillow gloves, head guards and body armour. Kinda like you see on Olympic TKD matches.

    lol@krainer pancrase rules are cool you get to bitch slap to the head!
    Last edited by D-TEC; 02-02-2008 at 02:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kainer2 View Post
    I like the shooto rules with massive pillow gloves, head guards and body armour. Kinda like you see on Olympic TKD matches.

    i think shooto rules are quite good as well. and its well known rule especially in japan and Brazil.


    when can you fight in the Cage warriors events btw??do you have to be prof or anyone can fight at it?

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    In America amateur MMA is exactly the same is pro MMA, just the level of experience is different. I have no idea why the UK feels it should have no head shot rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReD_mIst View Post
    In America amateur MMA is exactly the same is pro MMA, just the level of experience is different. I have no idea why the UK feels it should have no head shot rules.
    Because the UK grappling game is so far ahead of the Americans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme-ma View Post
    Because the UK grappling game is so far ahead of the Americans?
    hehehe

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    well i can tell you this for nowt! I would smash americans at rounders or badminton cus thats all i did in bloody PE at school..........

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