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Old 02-21-2011, 06:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I recently started training MMA. I have been doing BJJ for quite a while now, about a year, and I am pretty good. Some of the guys I train MMA with aren't as good at BJJ as me, and I have the opportunity to tap them out pretty regularly; even the advanced ones. There is one guy at the gym that was a contender in the largest MMA organization in the world and I feel like I could tap him pretty much whenever I want. My question is, should I tap him and risk humiliating him by getting tapped by a rookie? or just keep not tapping him and just know that I could have?
That's not really an ethics question. I thought you were going to post about using roids or not. Yes you should tap him. It'd be less ethical to let someone think he's good when he's not.
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