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Ronda Rousey's Armbar- Breakdown by Eddie Bravo at Alan Belcher MMA in Biloxi, MS


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Hey everyone,


Not sure if you saw this yet, but here's a breakdown Eddie Bravo did on the Strikeforce main event between Ronda Rousey and Sarah Kaufman while we were hanging out at my gym last weekend in Mississippi.



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Hope you guys enjoy it, and as always if you ever find yourself in the deep south near the Mississippi Gulf Coast please stop in and say hi!




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I predict that MOST women fights will end in submissions. They are quick to scrap on the ground and go for sub attempts' date=' especially armbars.[/quote']


well I think you're kinda right.

I think basically women have essentially weaker arms than men compared to their whole body and especially compared to their legs. Women actually have pretty strong legs most of the time, especially women who do sports. And more importantly, they're generally alot more flexible than men. their limbs are thinner which means there's more space for entanglement basically.. I think their whole physiology will lead to more submissions.


I also think that men, because they are generally more explosive, are capable of preventing submissions out of shear strength and explosion.. giving them the split second they need to slip away most of the time. Women have a more steady flow usually.. not all.. but most of them.. which means basically that when they get caught they have only their technique to get away.. anyways.. maybe I'm under taht impression mainly because the biggest face of women's mma is a submission specialist..

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