Any GAY guys into serious MMA / NHB fighting (Mixed Martial Arts)???

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    Jan 13, 2008 9:11 AM GMT
    Just wondering if there are any other Gay guys out there who are seriously into Combat Sports, MMA or NHB fighting. Seems like plenty of guys into wrestling around here (as a sexual turn on) but are there any who are into fight sports and competitive MMA and not just for fitness?? Would love to hear from guys all over the world who love this sport as much.
  • marko313

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    Jan 13, 2008 8:45 PM GMT
    I Just started doin MMA about a year ago. I started training as part of recovery of a leg injury i had in 04. Its a very hard at first but i became a good takedown and ground fighter. I would like to have my first match sometime this year but i know i still have a long way to go.
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    Mar 04, 2008 3:39 AM GMT
    I do competitive muay thai kickboxing and boxing. I don't roll yet, but eventually I'll transition into BJJ. But I really enjoy the striking aspects of combat sports so I'll stick with MT for now.
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    Mar 10, 2008 5:21 AM GMT
    i think you'll be surprised. there's alot more gay dudes into MMA than you might think. and by "in to" i mean guys who actually do it, not just watch it. i started out in JJ but moved into kickboxing because i was pissed i still couldn't throw a good punch. now that i got that handled, i plan to either slide back to BJJ or go full on MMA. if you're training seriously the workout is unbeatable and as new age as it might sound, brings a peace to the rest of your life. beating your frustrations out helps keep it all in perspective. plus, yah, the confidence goes a long way too.
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    Mar 10, 2008 5:29 AM GMT
    Oh gosh, my full-contact days are behind me, but I still love to spar and throw down.

    NOTHING has ever brought a smile to my face as much as a fight...I feel like John Travolta's character Michael (in the movie by the same name) when he sees a challenge.

    Alas, I've not had the time to connect with the guys here in Austin who've told me they like to fight. Always had an open invitation, but no free time. I know...shit or get off the pot.
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    Jul 10, 2008 4:39 AM GMT
    Theres quite a few m8.

    U also get fighting 4 top with MMA/NHB - serious brutality with sex. Its quite small in the uk, and a little bigger in the US. I dont know of any clubs, its just match hookups.
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    Jul 10, 2008 4:55 AM GMT
    Absolutely love martial arts bro. Right now I am focusing on Muay Thai, there actually is a lot more too it then a lot of the MMA schools have reduced it too. One of the next few summers when I am Thailand I want to take some instruction from a true Thai master, I've heard most westerners cannot handle the training of true Thai fighter, we shall see. Eventually, I will be adding some BJJ to it as well. Although it's not for combat competition I also have a keen interest in Krav Maga. In any case, due to my geographic limitations at the moment, my training is in Muay Thai and Kung Fu at the at the moment. I'm pretty stoked, I just found someone who is actually certified to teach the Kung Fu that holds training in the park every morning. I look forward to relocating to San Diego and being able to expand on my known forms.

    So yeah I both participate and watch and I love both. There is something amazing beyond the fighting that comes with the martial arts. If you know what it is, I don't have to tell you, if you don't no words could explain.

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    Jul 23, 2008 8:14 AM GMT
    Martial artist of 22 years here. BRING IT BOYSicon_exclaim.gificon_twisted.gif
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    Jul 23, 2008 8:39 AM GMT
    I have been doing Brazilian Jujitsu for four months, just started a striking class and my gym is starting a beginners MMA class is August and I am going to sign up
  • Nautical

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    Jul 25, 2008 8:27 AM GMT
    13 years in taijutsu, Iron Fist and Kyusho-jitsu. im still learning but my medical studies definitly help.

    just entered in amatuer cage fighting in lexington competition. should be fun, i look better with a little blood
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    Jul 25, 2008 8:30 AM GMT
    4 years - Tae Kwon Doe
    6 Years - Ju Jitsu
    2 Years - Kenpo

    lol, and the video game Street Fighter or Capcom vs. ANYTHING....

    Im so there!!

    Fighting matches are the best... icon_smile.gif
  • TallSoCal

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    Jul 25, 2008 10:03 AM GMT
    I fucking LOVE UFC and EliteXC. I don't actually fight myself, but I'm addicted to the shows. Maybe I'll get into it. Haha
  • JayneCobb

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    Aug 29, 2008 4:19 AM GMT
    I was supposed to have my first match about 6 months ago but our gym got closed down due to rent issues and the guy who owned the building seriously overpricing us.

    But so far I've trained:
    Tae Kwon Do (1st Dan in WTF)
    Aikido Yoshokai (4th kyu)
    Muay Thai

    Throw a little bit of my time from the gym focusing on Wrestling and BJJ and I'd say I'm pretty well rounded.
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    Sep 10, 2008 12:57 PM GMT
    I am 5’7” 169 lbs. I have a 40” chest 15” arms. I love to wrestle submission style and if there is chemistry I can get into erotic wrestling. I Live In Providence Rhode Island and I travel as often as I can. I have been to Europe and plan on going to Australia. So no matter where you are in the world, of you are in shape and like to wrestle drop me a line. If you are 18 to 45 and are in shape, please e-mail me at or send me a real jock message. You can be skinny, average or athletically built. I have over 4 years of intense jiu-jitsu submission wrestling experience. I am willing to teach beginners. I will let you apply moves I teach you to make sure you have it on right. Then we can wrestle. While I love to dominate if I can I am willing to let you make a move on me then I will do my best to wrestle out of it. I have many self pictures to trade, some are of me flexing moves on a good looking skinny dude I wrestled. I respect limits, lets do a match. Willing to doa match MMA style with rules....

    Kevin D

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    Sep 16, 2008 5:50 AM GMT
    Second degree BB in Southern Shaolin style Kung Fu

    Second degree BB in Tibetan Style Kung Fu and Tai Chi

    First degree BB in Arnis Escrima

    Taught Kung Fu in San Jose Years ago

    Also did a lot of Street Fighting when younger

  • fghter

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    Sep 17, 2008 12:37 PM GMT
    Hey. Cool post and DAMN, some of you dudes got some SERIOUS skills. Wrestled in HS and College and now do a tonna brasilian jiu jitsu. (train about 4x a week either at the academy with with guys from there at my own place (have matspace here in NYC). I'm a submission fightin demon, and usually decimate guys in my own weight class. I think there's no better workout than 90 minutes of rollin.

    I'll go between about 140lbs and 150lbs dependin on what I eat that week and how much I roll. It's easy to stay shredded for me, hard ta gain it and keep it.

    always up for trainin with dudes from outta town (under 175lbs is usually most fun) so hit me up if any of y'all are comin east to New York.

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    Sep 20, 2008 3:59 AM GMT
    Love it all. Huge MMA fan. Boxing and wrestling background in HS and college with time spent studying various martial arts.

    Wish MMA had been around when I was a teen or in my twenties. Love the mix of all the arts and styles in a single match. MMA athletes seem to be the best all-around athletes out there now. Can't even watch pro boxing anymore. With a few exceptions it is pretty dull. Rarely see a dull UFC or WEC match.

    Plus, guys like Couture give us 40+ guys someone to root for. Hope he beats Lesnar like he did Gonzaga. I met Gonzaga at Mandalay Bay the day before his fight with Couture and he could not have been nicer. He was coming out of an elevator and I asked if I could take a pic of him and he not only agreed but insisted that I be in the pic with him. Just a nice guy and sweet as hell. I still wanted Couture to win, though, and was glad he did. But Gonzaga is a class act.
  • coolarmydude

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    Sep 20, 2008 4:17 AM GMT
    I'm a huge fan of MMA and UFC. I don't participate, but watch. Did anyone see the Liddell knockout by Evans? OMFG! The biggest thing I like about MMA is that it provides excellent sportsmanship and also provides a nice varietal mix of combatives/martial arts/defensive posturing. Last year, it was unbelievable that Mirco Cro Cop could get knocked out by his own style of kick. Liddell, 2 weeks ago getting racked (was his jaw broken or seriously battered?) Anything can happen when you bring real competitors and athletes with an MMA background. It's good seeing Brock Lesnar fairing well since his debut (non-record wise - referencing his ability to adjust from wrestling).

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    Sep 26, 2008 2:27 PM GMT
    More than you'd believe, and in fact the first time my engaged best friend jerked me off was watching MMA- Lucky she hates watching it so its a boys nite out.
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    Oct 15, 2008 2:43 AM GMT
    Not sure if any of you guys have ever heard of Capoeira... But it's a brazilain martial art thats great for building your flexibility and high kicks... Other then that its also an endurance strength and cardio workout... Plus if fucking fun as hell... I want to fight in the army's mma competitions when I join but I want to find a good gym out here in the springs to start training at first...

    And if any of you have ever watched the show TapouT, they have this fighter named John Dodson he's my favorite fighter just because of his fighting style
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    Oct 16, 2008 10:56 PM GMT
    I am fight pro MMA at 155 pounds, my record is 4-0 at the moment
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    Oct 16, 2008 11:06 PM GMT
    I am so gay. I don't even understand what the topic acronyms mean without reading the thread. LOL. What is a combat sport? Is that like paintball or shooting each other or something?
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    Nov 01, 2008 6:35 PM GMT
    I love MMA, have been training in BJJ and submission grappling for several years now, and have watched tons of fight and instructional videos. MMA is the sport I follow more than any other. I have no plans to jump into a ring or cage myself but I've become a very good submission grappler over the years. I've had the chance to train with quite a few pro MMA fighters and can hold my own (or better) in ground combat with anyone short of black belt level.
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    Nov 04, 2008 6:54 AM GMT
    I do enjoy watching UFC.

    I have no formal training, just the school of hard knocks.

    My salad days are behind me (pun intended lol), being "different" led me to letting breeders know I was a man. I do like the pain and being dominant.

    Kimbo Slice is HAWT.

    Anyone else like him?
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    Nov 04, 2008 7:13 AM GMT
    I did a little judo and kajukenbo as a kid.
    Haven't gotten back into it as an adult.
    I'd like to though ! But for now I'm a MMA freak !
    I don't watch much TV...but if I do it usually involves MMA.