>> At least he tapped out to the same move he's tapped out to a dozen time
>> more, before he REALLY started to fight for REAL.
>> I wonder how many pain killers it will take to quash his defeated state
> Are you a day behind or something.
> I saw the match. He looked like a completely inexperienced newbie who
> could be good with experience. He isn't done.
From my mma experiences I can see what may be his current set-back. He
appears overe***d and/or nervous in the ring once the bell rings and now
theres someone thats there to win by trying to hurt him.
Once theres a person opposing you and their intent is to win by means of
physically attacking you, your mindset can easily change and you lose alot
If you see his first fight against Mit so kim ( or whatever his name was),
the guy came out casual with his arm well extended already to offer to
touch gloves first and Brock was so focused on fighting he just ignored it
and started punching.
If Brock can control his mental ability and actually start to throw proper
punches from the ground ( not downward hammer blows), his potential would
drastically go up.