1. being in a temporary state in which one's physical and mental faculties are impaired by an excess of alcoholic drink; intoxicated: The wine made him drunk.
Fighting people who are in a state where they law may construe that their judgement abilities aren't what they should be is legal eh? Fighting children (anyone under the age of 18) who CANNOT consent to anything without parental.guardian consent in the eyes of the law is legal is it?
If you hit someone in these boxing matches and they fall to the ground and kill themselves, you think you won't face criminal action? In Europe Union you would.
If it's legal, post the videos then, along with the parental/guardian consent for these kids you beat up. Any MA club owner on here in the USA has to get consent forms from a childs parents before they engage in MA, which is the same in most countries in the world.
You cannot expect to be taken seriously on here when people with years, some with decades of experience, and all you seemed to have done is beat up some kids and drunks. So?? Who did you think would be impressed by that? Why would you even post that?
Third point is simple. TELL US, IN DETAIL, ABOUT ALL THE FORMAL TRAINING YOU HAVE HAD. Reason I ask is because, and I quote "Havent lost yet but honestly mostly been fighting drunk or idoit kids who dont know what they are doing." If you have no formal training, wouldn't that also make you a kid that doesn't know what they are doing?
BTW way, how's this for an intro" Hi guys my name is Twiggett, have done some informal training but am looking to do something a bit more formal, either before or when I join the Armed forces. Just thought I'd introduce myself. Looking forward to using the forums"
Instead of "Never been in official match. Been in plenty of fights and around 10-15 backyard matches (boxing mostly). Havent lost yet but honestly mostly been fighting drunk or idoit kids who dont know what they are doing."
Am willing to give anyone a chance. But so far there is nothing in your posts to indicate that you should be taken seriously. Post the videos on Youtube, give us the links, and tell us about your training. Then we can start over.
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