Making Mixed Martial Arts palatable to the masses. PC Comments: Good image. Interesting take on the task. Shows you're thinking about problem / solution. You have my attention. The problem with Mixed Martial Arts is…. It’s human cock fighting. It’s barbaric.
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Interesting take on the task. Shows you're thinking about problem / solution.
You have my attention
It’s human cock fighting.
Recent studies suggest that ultimate fighters sustain more injuries frequently than conventional boxers.
A kid had his head smashed into a street curb – a direct result of wanting to emulate these ultimate fighters.
It encourages violence
Good. You're sticking with a problem, and frame it in a coherent way.
Slide layout is ugly. But understandable.
These men are amazing athletes who are trained in multitudes of disciplines.
It has to be respected
Its fans and participants represent every race, creed and class of people. They are not savages, barbarians or criminals, nor are they a collection of social deviants and miscreants.
It has to be accepted
Slide is a mess. But because I want to hear your solution I don't mind too much, though I do mind a bit.
This is part of the solution. I'm still interested.
The guys are Olympic-class athletes in a lot of different areas — Olympic boxers, wrestlers, world champion jujitsu players.
It demands skill and expertise in a number of sports
It’s not just about hitting someone. It’s about your intelligence under pressure.
It requires intellect and strategy over brute force
Olympics is an interesting area, and a good point.
I think your support points are good. But the overall thought of 'champion of of all sports feels a little unbelievable‘ – especially given the task – top 5 sport.
Well done for getting an image of a middle aged women in a cardigan in an mma presentation. You get extra marks for that.
This may sound trite but what has this got to do with making MMA a top 5 sport in the UK and the US?
Sumo is wrapped in ceremony, and heritage. MMA does not have this.
Slide is hard to follow.
AS A RESULT, THE SPORT AND ITS PARTICIPANTS ARE LEGITIMIZED AND REVERED.
Making it more traditional feels like you would be making it more exclusive.
You miss the point of mma when you say that members should be high ranking in other martial arts - mma transcends traditional martial arts, it takes the functionality and abandons the form.
Again this presentation ends on quite a flat note.
Nothing to excite me, or make me want to ask you more.
Though you have clearly thought about the question and present a considered if unexciting answer.