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Old 11-May-22, 13:18
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Default Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

I'm aware this has probably been asked before but its been on my mind. Do you believe that a jobber who gets repeatedly KO'd for years will suffer health issues?

Thin Man from Reality Girls was definitely brutalized for a while, honestly I find some of his videos disturbing sometimes. He's just brutalized and KO'd, sometimes several times in a single video. KO's definitely looked real, he also appeared in a scissorvixen video with Jasmine Mendez where he was KO'd 7 times in the 30 mins.

I've been told by someone who knows him that he suffered health issues after work with realitygirls.

Now I'm sure there are counter examples of jobbers who didn't suffer health issues despite being KO'd a lot (phillyfemdom guy comes to mind, dude got KO'd all the time but seemingly doesn't have health issues and I'm sure he would testify he doesn't).

However its a bit difficult for me to believe that someone who is repeatedly KO'd over a number of years and brutalzied wouldn't suffer some kind of health issue. What do you guys think? It also makes me wonder whether any of these girls have regret or guilt if they caught wind of Thin man or some other jobber suffering from health issues because of this. Ofc its consensual and can't be pinned down to one girl but still the curiosity is there.
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Old 11-May-22, 13:24
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Default Re: Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

There always is the chance of health issues. It is just a risk we take. However, the risk is fairly low.

As for the girls feeling guilty, I would think not. The guy consented to this.
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Old 11-May-22, 13:31
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Default Re: Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

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There always is the chance of health issues. It is just a risk we take. However, the risk is fairly low.

As for the girls feeling guilty, I would think not. The guy consented to this.
Yeah I should clarify, I don't think being headscissored repeatedly would cause health issues, what I mean is, being choked out until KO either by scissors or RNC repeatedly for a number of years.
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Old 11-May-22, 15:58
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Default Re: Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

I’ve choked out opponents and have been choked out. Thing is, at the end of the day, you are restricting blood flow to the brain, and whenever you do something that inhibits the brain from functioning properly, you are running a risk. Yes, if you let go of a choke as soon as your opponent goes out, it’s relatively “safe,” but there are instances of experienced and trained jiu jitsu practitioners who have suffered strokes due to chokes. And in some cases, there wasn’t even a knockout.

And when you are repeatedly knocked out in a short period of time, you are really interfering with your brain function. So yes, repeated knockouts can be detrimental to your health. If KOs are your thing and you want a wrestler to make you pass out, by all means, do your thing. But be aware of the risks, and try to limit it to only one KO.
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Old 11-May-22, 16:46
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Default Re: Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

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I'm aware this has probably been asked before but its been on my mind. Do you believe that a jobber who gets repeatedly KO'd for years will suffer health issues?

Thin Man from Reality Girls was definitely brutalized for a while, honestly I find some of his videos disturbing sometimes. He's just brutalized and KO'd, sometimes several times in a single video. KO's definitely looked real, he also appeared in a scissorvixen video with Jasmine Mendez where he was KO'd 7 times in the 30 mins.

I've been told by someone who knows him that he suffered health issues after work with realitygirls.

Now I'm sure there are counter examples of jobbers who didn't suffer health issues despite being KO'd a lot (phillyfemdom guy comes to mind, dude got KO'd all the time but seemingly doesn't have health issues and I'm sure he would testify he doesn't).

However its a bit difficult for me to believe that someone who is repeatedly KO'd over a number of years and brutalzied wouldn't suffer some kind of health issue. What do you guys think? It also makes me wonder whether any of these girls have regret or guilt if they caught wind of Thin man or some other jobber suffering from health issues because of this. Ofc its consensual and can't be pinned down to one girl but still the curiosity is there.
Look up health risks associated with asphyxiation.
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Yeah I should clarify, I don't think being headscissored repeatedly would cause health issues, what I mean is, being choked out until KO either by scissors or RNC repeatedly for a number of years.
No 2 guys are alike in this way so it's possible, I just know I've had several sessions where I was knocked out a large number of times and was fine (aside from a sore neck) afterward. But I didn't go ahead and have a similar session a few days or even a week later.
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Default Re: Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

You can die if the brain is without blood for as little as 8 seconds. Every KO brings a risk and the way to minimize the risk is by a girl who is attentive and fully aware of what’s going on and knows how to respond appropriately to a person who loses consciousness
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Default Re: Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

The more man does it the greater the chance
that some kind of problem will surface.

I have been choked out in different sorts of ways,
of consequences have had from that
only some problems swallowing so far.
But they haven't persisted.

The most worrying of health issues that I had
so far were splitting headaches
which happened whenever I tried combining
neck pressure ko with headkick ko sessions
lasting up to 4 days afterwards.

Currently pushing through my 15th year of getting
knocked out by kicks and the only thing keeping me
from doing it as often as I'd like is the general lack
of ladies willing to kick in the head area
hard enough to knock someone out,
which is a sad fact.

From headkicking ko sessions only
I have never had any problems recovering.
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Default Re: Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

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The more man does it the greater the chance
that some kind of problem will surface.

I have been choked out in different sorts of ways,
of consequences have had from that
only some problems swallowing so far.
But they haven't persisted.

The most worrying of health issues that I had
so far were splitting headaches
which happened whenever I tried combining
neck pressure ko with headkick ko sessions
lasting up to 4 days afterwards.

Currently pushing through my 15th year of getting
knocked out by kicks and the only thing keeping me
from doing it as often as I'd like is the general lack
of ladies willing to kick in the head area
hard enough to knock someone out,
which is a sad fact.

From headkicking ko sessions only
I have never had any problems recovering.

How does a head kick ko work?

Do they kick you in the jaw?
Chin?
Temple?

Sounds like you will develop CTE if the impact knocks you out
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Old 07-Apr-23, 05:31
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Default Re: Health issues from being repeatedly KO'd - real or not?

I've written about KOs by choking [Only Registered Users Can See LinksClick Here To Register].

Impact KOs are even more dangerous. Hemorrhages that can kill in minutes or leave you disabled forever, diffuse white matter lesions that cause memory and behavioral issues, the late Cassius Clay developed parkinson's...
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