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Getting Knocked Out.


Johny_Cage

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this is like asking what would happen to an athlete if they had lost in an important game, there is no one answer... there is as many possibilities as there is personalities... some would loose it, some would use the loss as a lesson, some would come back stronger, etc.

this is a psychology question and it all depends on the individual... physically, a ko is not relevant to there health. except in some cases where some damage can be done to your brain like a concussion or something like that.

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Im sure there is some science behind it but it definately makes you weaker, im guessing your brain just goes into protect mode easier once its happened a few times, or maybe the fluid around the brain becomes weaker causing the brain to hit the skull easier. Im guessing it one of those but im no doctor.

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