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    Default Re: the mats are too soft

    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    Gray Maynard knocked himself out as well.
    Seems like you are more likely to get KOd slamming than you are if you are slammed from our list. Even the 2 I named have unique terms (Hughes had him on the fence when he himself dropped from the choke and Rampage and Arona really did clash heads first)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gutfirst View Post
    this isn't based any place i've been just what i have watched.

    for example, and i know fedor is an animal, randleman's sup should have ended that fight. there have been many other examples of guys getting driven to the mat and then continue uneffected. guys go down during wrestling matches on slams, some quit some can't continue, often.

    why is the mma surface so forgiving?
    A lot of wrestlers get slammed pretty hard and are OK as well (watch some greco). I'm not sure making MMA more dangerous is the answer to anything.

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    Slams seem to be some of the most impressive, but least effective strategies in MMA. Once a guy learns to take a fall, a slam rarely does much damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ODH View Post
    Slams seem to be some of the most impressive, but least effective strategies in MMA. Once a guy learns to take a fall, a slam rarely does much damage.
    Does that mean Brock Lesnar can never be hurt by a slam?
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    Is it against MMA rules to pick a prone opponent off the mat, lift them up, and then slam down on top of them? It seems like it would be a good strategy, especially for former greco guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ODH View Post
    Slams seem to be some of the most impressive, but least effective strategies in MMA. Once a guy learns to take a fall, a slam rarely does much damage.
    i agree that it is an ineffective strategy, but it shouldn't be and i don't think it has anything to do with knowing how to fall.

    cory, i think fedor did nothing to lessen the impact. if that was on a wrestling mat on a gym floor the fight would have been over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    Is it against MMA rules to pick a prone opponent off the mat, lift them up, and then slam down on top of them? It seems like it would be a good strategy, especially for former greco guys.
    It is not against the rules, but based on energy expanded and damaged inflicted it probably would be a wise strategy.

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