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/asp/ie here /a/.
Why is mma considered as some kind of joke to the Japanese and portray any one who practices it in anime as some kind of circus freak?
I read some where that the only reason Pride was so popular in Nipland was because the audience went to get a laugh out of the fighters competing. And obviously it shows through anime and manga.
>Traditional Martials Artists such as Karateka's and Judoka's and represented respectful, solemn, and very experienced
>MMA fighters are arrogant, disrespectful , dumb and sometimes don't even look human.
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>>100024959
Because Nippon rasslin' is better and MMA guys exchanges with them
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>>100024959
>/asp/ie here
You know you don't need to say what board you're from, right?
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You don't need to announce you are a nonlurking newfag
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>Why is mma considered as some kind of joke to the Japanese and portray any one who practices it in anime as some kind of circus freak?

Why would you think that?
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>>100025517
maybe he just watched Noragami episode 1?
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>>100025560
>>100025517
Or maybe he's a lowpowerlever crossboarder?
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>>100024959
it's the truth. and now MMA is the new mcdojo too.
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>>100025072
>>100025095
Alrighty.



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