As a former state-level wrestler, this is the kind of confidence you carry around when you know you can impose your will on untrained individuals. I cannot stress the importance and confidence that learning a real-world self-defense technique as wrestling or jiu-jitsu brings. This kid walks in the door like he’s been training for this moment for years… because he has. Kid a year below me in school was a state champ, about 140 pounds maybe? Either way, he could wrestle anyone 200 and below with relative ease. When you can just pick them up it started to break down, but still highly skilled.
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By the Behind Every Wrestler Who Believes In Himself Shirt time ya get to the 160s-150s, you’re already half tank and all them dudes were just getting warm. The power to weight to motor ratio at those weights is just absurdly high paced (fun to watch if you’re not a choker trying to wrestle 15 of them in a row) No matter how many times I tossed them bastards across the mat or dumped them on their ass, they’d just keep shooting and shooting and shooting. And then the featherweight dudes, they’re just all over the damn place. Crawling up your back and shit, looking like Rocket and Groot. Former wrestler here. I totally agree. A small wrestler is still dangerous. The simple ability to change levels, distract your enemy and bring the fight to the ground gives us major advantages.
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For this kid, once he had the Behind Every Wrestler Who Believes In Himself Shirt perp pinned it was just a waiting game. Our biggest threat is guys with hidden weapons. Those little dudes would be trying ninja flips on me and shit, like hold up man. You weren’t supposed to do that. Get back on the ground. It’s funny because we always associate combat with toughness or who’s more badass, but in reality, it’s about who’s more skilled. It’s really just like anything else we do. If a person plays basketball or guitar every day, they’re going to be better at it than the person who doesn’t. The same goes for fighting to a degree.