Never thirsty! wrote:I was totally in control of myself my reputation in my gym is that when people go up against me I always beat my opponents to near death but I don't kill them I just make them wonder if what they're experiencing is what getting beaten to death is like
Holy frick, how is that in any way okay? Why would you want them to know that? Do you
know what it's like? If so, why would you want anyone else to experience so much pain? You're not talking about winning a fight, you're talking about damaging and traumatizing people.
Never thirsty! wrote:The guy I was fighting wasn't a wimp I just have lately been able to get more rest so all of my fighting attributes are better. I don't act on my emotions if there's anything any of my teachers have taught me whether during jiu-jutsu muay thai or wrestling training it's to always stay calm because when you get worked up your more focused on power and not technique and without proper technique you don't have as much power. I still really don't care.
Your teachers were probably also trying to teach you to stay calm because you should
be able to stay in control of your strength and realize when enough is enough. And it sounds like you are not deciding nearly soon enough to stop. You're honestly making yourself sound like a sociopath.
Never thirsty! wrote:I didn't beat him to a pulp I was going to just enough to make a statement to say "Dude, challenging me is like challenging gene simmons to a shredding contest you'll lose every time." I understand a reputation is no reason to break the rules to hurt someone I need to work on that and I will do that asap
You know what statement I would excuse sending someone to the hospital to communicate? "Don't rape my wife," or, "Don't shoot schoolchildren." Not, "Man, I'm one bad dude and you don't want to mess with me." You don't sound impressive or hardcore. You sound like a donkey's butt-crack. You sound like a small, insecure person who feels like he has to 1. send people to the hospital to prove something, and 2. humble-brag about it online using really bad grammar. Don't even try to pretend you're not bragging here. If you weren't, your post would sound more like, "Holy crap, guys, I sent this guy to the hospital! I can't believe I did it, and what scares me the most is that I didn't feel anything!
" Not, "Man guys, I'm so strong I sent this guy to the hospital and I don't even care but maybe God made me emotionless or something, whatevs i got a reputation to uphold."
I'm not going to pretend to speak for God on the morality of fighting for sport, but no matter what you believe about it, I can say for a fact that you are breaking what Jesus called the 2nd greatest commandment: Love your neighbor as yourself (Matt. 22:36-40). I think you need to rethink your attitude towards your fighting style in terms of that verse, because I can't believe God would be very happy with the way you are conducting yourself, sir.