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A Lesson in Street MMA: Sometimes any grappling is high-level grappling

I’ve never been knocked out from a punch, but I have awoken in bizarre and unusual places with strange bruises sporadically spread on my body. If Jagermeister has one-punch knockout properties, then I’ve felt the business end of its fist more than once. At MiddleEasy, we would never suggest that you practice MMA in the back of anyone’s yard. However, if you insist on executing street MMA, we’ve been compiling a handy series that will serve as some form of education. In this lesson, take note that on the rare occasion, any grappling in Street MMA is considered high-level grappling by the spectator. [Source]

 

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