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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-08-2010, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Youngest Mma Fighters!!

I came across this article today about the Ruffo Brothers and they're AWESOME! They're 8 and 10 years old and they have won a ton of championship matches. Check out the link for yourself- it even has a video attached to it so you can see them in action!!!

http://www.youth1.com/martial-arts-l...mma-stars.html

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I think I've seen their commecials before.
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post #3 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-08-2010, 04:18 PM
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DANG! the future looks bright
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hmm, i know someone that would like this thread....



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This is exciting to see, and i think 20 years from now the average UFC fighter will be much better than they are now due to the fact that many more people will start training from a young age (like these kids). One-dimensional fighters will be selected against and the sport will evolve so that you have to be well-rounded if you want to have any hope of winning fights.
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This is exciting to see, and i think 20 years from now the average UFC fighter will be much better than they are now due to the fact that many more people will start training from a young age (like these kids). One-dimensional fighters will be selected against and the sport will evolve so that you have to be well-rounded if you want to have any hope of winning fights.
For sure. That's the true evoluation of any sport. Participants begin at younger ages, the bar for talent rises and rises until only the truly gifted can attain pro. In 20 years I think people like GSP, Anderson Silva, Cain and Fedor will be the standard and not the exception.

Just like the MLB, NBA and NFL, only the true cream of the crop make it, and hundreds of thousands of athletes are sifted through until the tip top remain to become pro.
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I give them until 6th grade before they get a full left sleeve tribal tats.
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they are the future , but after college. so in 10-15 years you'll see them compete.. and by then their bodys are gonna be toast from training 5-7 days a week from such a young age. but i hope im wrong, time will tell.
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cool but when are they going to fight each other?




also, you can be the best fighter in the world.... if you cant take a punch then,...

and you cant practice having a good chin. this will of course only be tested once they become MEN

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For sure. That's the true evoluation of any sport. Participants begin at younger ages, the bar for talent rises and rises until only the truly gifted can attain pro. In 20 years I think people like GSP, Anderson Silva, Cain and Fedor will be the standard and not the exception.
Yep, exactly.
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