>The bigger they are the harder they fall, what they may make up for in muscle they lack in speed, you may have muscles but that won't help you when I run circles around you and you cannot even lay a hit.
>mfw I used to believe this unironically
Now I literally get sad instead of scared or angry when people threaten me, reminds me of how much of a lil manlet I am
>people like this think the point of lifting is to fight better
lifting will improve a huge number of aspects of your life and these guys are missing out on these benefits by convincing themselves that the only reason to lift is to fight or be intimidating
but size is power
the more mass you have, the harder it is to stop your velocity
ive seen guys who were ripped chads lose to big bulky fat dudes because the big dude just didnt give a fuck, the hits didnt repel them, it was like he was being hit by a women, he just kept coming at the ripped guy until it was all ogre
>people think the point of lifting is to get girls
lifting will improve a huge number of aspects of your life and these guys are missing out on these benefits by convincing themselves that the only reason to lift is to get girls or be attractive
street fights will usually be determined by who is bigger and stronger but there are so many variables, honestly streetfights could be ended by one lucky punch or misstep, neither of these fuckers are actual fighters. professional fighting seems to be just as much if not more about endurance then strength.
i hate people who try to use boxing or mma as the standard there are weight classes for a reason. on the street there are no weight classes.
99% of people dont box or do mma, and on the street, spur of the moment, a brawl, the brute force usually wins unfortunately
people use those as the standard because fighters do fighting sports, streetfighting is not a sport its just engaged in by random drunk bros who looked at some other drunk bro wrong. street fights are to fighting what twerking is to dancing
>people who lift and automatically think they can fight better
It doesn't work like that, yeah in theory you can punch harder but if you don't know how to do it properly, it shows how easy it is to manipulate.
Its like someone with really good vision picking up a gun who's never used one, compared to an average sighted guy who's had years of experience with guns, both aiming for a target, latter is going to pull through because he knows how everything works like recoil, whereas the other dude is just a case of "lol yeah can't be that hard".
Just because you've got something which would make the skill for it better doesn't mean you automatically have it, someone who knows how to fight e.g. boxing but is average is going to have an upper hand to some guy who only got his muscle from lifting weights up and down, cause the first guy knows how to and likely has handled those situations.
>post about how lifting isnt to fight better
>another anon responds with a tl;dr post about how im wrong because lifting isnt to fight better