A case for yellow cards in the UFC. Kimbo vs. Alexander. Opinions?

September 22, 2010 by  
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In the Japanese organizations of mixed martial arts, the pride that was, dream still does, if a fighter or fighters intentionally put of the action, does not make any attempt commence an offensive offensive, they do not try to damage the opponent, or generally do not make no attempt WIN, that receives a yellow card. A yellow card is a card of pain to be taken like a warning. If you are you emitted a yellow card, 10% of their portfolio, are deduced. If you receive three yellow cards in the course of a fight, that is disqualified. I believe that now there is a case that the yellow cards must be applied by the UFC. We take Kimbo Slice versus Houston Alexander like a shining example. I am going to go directly to her, Houston Alexander was fleeing all the fight. It sent to advanced leg weak kicks and it gave the return to the octagon as if outside returns. When tried Kimbo to initiate a change, Alexander standing up sent one, possibly, two techniques, and it retired. It did not make any attempt of " ganar" that fight. He did not make any attempt inflict damage. He did not make any attempt of fight. He is a professional fighter. There is some excuse for this? He must both have been a yellow card to minutes of the first round. I know what arguments can hope. He was following a game plan. Kimbo knew had a bad knee, and he was trying to debilitate the legs to move to kill. A valid argument. Nevertheless, if it were trying to debilitate the knee that has varied their attack, it sent more than a lead kick without being able behind him, and initiated some of the actions at least. Feint to Kimbo, tries to obtain the crossing of its feet, cuts and a hard angle of attack. It could have done something. A flagrant strategy in fleeing does not exist. Another valid argument would be that it did not want to be expensive to face and the commerce with Kimbo. Who would want to do that? He is not intelligent. But there are things that you can do. If you are as much scared to participate that to flee from all the fight, it does not accept the fight. work of feet use, to attack when an opening appears, if you do not feel like an opening is present, to create one! Kimbo is not a teacher with its work of feet, nor is a strategist. Something could have, and must have, done. Now I do not put all the fault in Houston, Kimbo could have done much more to itself. Kimbo was a round AMAZING second. It showed much well, therefore the cleared abilities. Even so, it could have reduced to an angle and sent the hands, it could have watched Alexander, it cuts the ring it put, it against the cage and it jeopardize. It made a pair of times. He was not perfect, it tried but it. How to fight against that you do not want to fight? Even so, Kimbo must also have sent a yellow card. Now I know that it could have complications in securing the approval of different the state commissions of athletics, but is not-feasible. There is an argument in favor of the practice. As far as that they think that the strategy goes by the window and yellow cards to only foment fights, visits dream. If you have seen Japanese of MMA, you know that yellow cards not to give back to all the fights in fights room of bar. There is a very strategic number of combatants that they work very well with the yellow card rule in his place. (Shinya Aoki, for example.) Nobody must have to stupidly do two boys circle around the cage during 9 minutes of a fight of 15 minutes. Which are their opinions? You the minus I believe that the option must consider? I realize of which many of these combatants are not making much money, but when it is evident that it is suspended, and it is evident that it does not want to fight, that there is to do something. Once again, I am a fighter reason why I feel that I can say this, if you do not want to fight that is well, but are not fought. (So that it consists, I do not believe that the fight was corrected. I do not believe that Houston wanted to have nothing to do with the fight of Kimbo.)

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2 Responses to “A case for yellow cards in the UFC. Kimbo vs. Alexander. Opinions?”

  1. Sam on September 22nd, 2010 6:26 pm

    I think it should be considered but only for fights like Thales Leities vs Anderson Silva. Thales should have gotten 100 yellow cards lol but then again I mean a lot of good fighters are boring fighters but that’s just there fighting style so I don’t think you foul them for that.

  2. BLACK HORSE on September 22nd, 2010 6:41 pm

    Thanks for your analysis. I finish seeing the fight of Kimbo versus Houston and was thinking just like during the first round. I thought that it was Japanese MMA that emitted yellow cards. He was as if the referee was in the cage and without being able to do his work. At least in Japan, the referee must be able to force a fight to strike the combatants from where he hurts to him, his pocket. I do not see anything bad in this practice and after seeing this fight today, I agree in which is a strong case to do that the yellow cards appeared to American mixed martial arts. 1