A Lesson in Street MMA: The symbolic duality of black clothes Vs. white clothes is strong in this battle

Black and white dualism is prevalent throughout literature, from The Bible to that book about bondage that started out as fan fiction. You see it everywhere, black magic being damaging, white magic being healing, good Vs. evil, Lost, Backgammon, Ingmar Bergman…It was only a matter of time before a Lesson in Street MMA would feature a battle with clear cut divisions a la shirts Vs. Skins. What exactly this dualism represents I frankly do not know, but what I do see is two fairy well trained Street MMA combatants with solid head movement and hands until White takes out Black with a chopping one-two combo that ends with a brutal leg kick, taking out black like the reincarnation of Marco Ruas.

Published on October 7, 2012 at 8:44 pm
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