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Does being bald give you an advantage in MMA?

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Fedor, Anderson Silva, GSP, BJ Penn, Kieth Jardine, Kimbo, Bas Rutten, Dana White, Wanderlei Silva, Mark Coleman, Shane Carwin is thinning on top a bit, Butterbean, Randy Couture,

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The hair thing is msotly for the scorecards. getting punched in the face with a solid head of hair looks more powerful than when bald because the hair whips around.

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Fedor' date=' Anderson Silva, GSP, BJ Penn, Kieth Jardine, Kimbo, Bas Rutten, Dana White, Wanderlei Silva, Mark Coleman, Shane Carwin is thinning on top a bit, Butterbean, Randy Couture,[/quote']

 

Dana White's record is 0-1! He got beat by Diaz!

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advantages

 

Your hair will never get in your face so it never obstructs thier vision they won't have to constantly readjust your hair. This doesn't seem to bother some fighters but it can offer momentary lapses for which a fighter can take advantage to attack ecpecially if they can time an attack in anticipation of when the other fighter make a hair adjustment.

 

When you don't have a full head of hair it can be easier to slip your head out of frontheadlocks, guillotines etc.

 

I also believe it helps you cool off faster.

 

Disadvantages

 

If you get elbowed in the head and it causes a cut the blood won't absorb and could be irritating pouring down your face where if you had a full head of hair it kind of blocks the flow some. This could also be an advantage of happens in the guard and your on top. If your leaking blood on them right in there face it could provide a momentary distraction which you can lanch an attack.

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