You should try watching that as a foreign speaking person.is it just me... or does anyone else have trouble understanding a single word the guy says!
I thought that was just my imagination, but damn he is having some kind of trouble maintaining the energy for his unintelligible tirades. They need to divide these videos in shorter rounds for him.Man, he gassed half way through that first clip. How on earth does he plan on going 3 rounds lol.
Which is the great paradox in the sanctioning of fights in some states/provinces/cities. Damage in boxing is less visceral, but far worse in the long term. Damage in MMA is more visceral and more superficial (i.e. less brain damage due to the ability to close the distance on ones opponent and take them to the ground). MMA is far more humane in the long run than 12 rounds of consensual brain damage.The way he talks is not that uncommon for a boxer that has been fighting for as long as he has. Boxers take so much damage to the head throughout their careers that they are likely to have permanent damage if they continually fight for as long as someone like Toney has.
Boxers end up like this more than MMA fighters do because boxers take more damage to the head. Their fights are longer, and the majority of the attacks are always to the head.