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Old 07-29-2009, 06:16 AM   #61 (permalink)
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Yes of course they make gloves up to 20oz. They fight in 8oz and 10oz gloves in professional boxing

Yeah but they dont always train with them.....hello Before you try to make some one sound stupid.....make sure you got all your shit together....

Why would I be askin a cutman which is harder to train??? Your selective when it comes to my questions getting answered.......
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Old 07-29-2009, 06:19 AM   #62 (permalink)
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Yeah but they dont always train with them.....hello Before you try to make some one sound stupid.....make sure you got all your shit together....

Why would I be askin a cutman which is harder to train??? Your selective when it comes to my questions getting answered.......
Yes this is why they are called "sparring gloves".

In your original post you said MMA fighters fight in 4oz gloves and boxers in 20oz. So you believe that MMA fighters wear 4oz gloves in stand up sparring?
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I would imagine MMA because its more all around trainning and you use multiple body parts to strike opponents.....
Actually this is my original post......


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I dont know that danger makes it tougher to train for.......

Its dangerous but at the same time the gloves in MMA are only 4 ounces vs. what 16 ounce gloves in Boxing.......

Deaths dont really measure how difficult a sport is, I believe the trainning and prep does along with whats required in competition.....
This is the post you are referring to.......Notice the highlighted portion, thats to insinuate that Im not certain....

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Yes this is why they are called "sparring gloves".

In your original post you said MMA fighters fight in 4oz gloves and boxers in 20oz. So you believe that MMA fighters wear 4oz gloves in stand up sparring?

This is you misinterpreting my posts and no to answer your question I dont believe they wear 4 oz gloves while sparring, although I've seen it, I was never referring to simply sparring........Never claimed to be an expert on gloves as that really has no bearing on which sport is harder to train for.......


Thread back on track.....MMA I would say is harder to train for.....some people might say that since there is boxing in MMA in essance your trainning both so MMA would be harder......

Im not applying that logic, I just simply think it comes down to more than one variable.......who it is thats trainning, what routine they go through, etc......

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