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Old 21-Sep-21, 15:55
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Default Re: Who would win if they had a fight Jason Statham or Rosie Huntington-Whiteley?

So statham is a purple belt in BJJ

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He stomps rosie even harder now.. she doesn't stand a chance
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Old 22-Sep-21, 00:24
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Default Re: Who would win if they had a fight Jason Statham or Rosie Huntington-Whiteley?

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Training and experience makes all the difference.
An injured purple belt can outgrapple pretty much everyone his/her size who has no grappling training.

Athleticism only matters when folks sorta have the same kind of technical skills.
*Deleted the stuff about Statham as I'm not specifically talking about Statham anymore. I said I believe he still has enough in the tank for now, but speaking more broadly, it's a big naivety to put so much belief into a person (anyone, as you allude, not necessarily Statham) that has a "purple belt".

Personally I was able to power out of a RNC applied by a BJJ purple belt and could have hurt him in a fight despite having very little BJJ training myself - a few introductory classes, and watching MMA fights my only experience? I was, in this case, just so much stronger than him from years of weight training.

In another example, years prior, I was able to beat/resist a BJJ blue belt guy with over 100lbs weight advantage (mostly fat) due to speed and athleticism. He was just so slow and cumbersome, lacking coordination, balance and reflex by comparison and he ultimately gave up due to exhaustion,lack of stamina.

I don't say this to brag. I can also tell you about losing to a smaller blue belt, losing sparring contests, etc. But athleticism and physicality, superior mobility and stamina absolutely can trump martial arts experience and knowledge of technique.

Ultimately it all culminates - athleticism, size, strength, skill, youth, etc. And it's all about the specific individual.

Listen to this vid at 29:50 Zack Talendar, a weight lifter that had only been doing BJJ for a few weeks at the time says he could already submit people with 10 years experience. No doubt brown / black belts, because he's "so much stronger than them."



Martial arts really is not magical.
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Default Re: Who would win if they had a fight Jason Statham or Rosie Huntington-Whiteley?

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*Deleted the stuff about Statham as I'm not specifically talking about Statham anymore. I said I believe he still has enough in the tank for now, but speaking more broadly, it's a big naivety to put so much belief into a person (anyone, as you allude, not necessarily Statham) that has a "purple belt".

Personally I was able to power out of a RNC applied by a BJJ purple belt and could have hurt him in a fight despite having very little BJJ training myself - a few introductory classes, and watching MMA fights my only experience? I was, in this case, just so much stronger than him from years of weight training.

In another example, years prior, I was able to beat/resist a BJJ blue belt guy with over 100lbs weight advantage (mostly fat) due to speed and athleticism. He was just so slow and cumbersome, lacking coordination, balance and reflex by comparison and he ultimately gave up due to exhaustion,lack of stamina.

I don't say this to brag. I can also tell you about losing to a smaller blue belt, losing sparring contests, etc. But athleticism and physicality, superior mobility and stamina absolutely can trump martial arts experience and knowledge of technique.

Ultimately it all culminates - athleticism, size, strength, skill, youth, etc. And it's all about the specific individual.

Listen to this vid at 29:50 Zack Talendar, a weight lifter that had only been doing BJJ for a few weeks at the time says he could already submit people with 10 years experience. No doubt brown / black belts, because he's "so much stronger than them."



Martial arts really is not magical.
This is great and all but rosie hungtinon Whitley isn't powering herself out of a RNC (not saying you're claiming that but just throwing it out there)
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