Every single post you write is dumber than the previous one. That's quite an accomplishment if you read your earlier posts.
MMA is a wasted effort of pre-determined positions and endless patterns that lead nowhere.
Leads to nowhere except profeciency in fighting. How exactly is that a wasted effort?
You have to stick with one style if you want to trully understand it, otherwise you are wasting your time.
Your opinion and definitely a sh*tty one.
Combining three or four martial arts from different schools of discipline will not give you a true sense of discipline. Only by following one school can you trully learn from it.
Are we being lectured on discipline by a homeless guy who has spent time in jail?
MMA to me is defined by someone who practices a combination of different styles. Yes there are some guys out there who are damn good at it and can beat alot of people. If you practice 3 or four styles of karate and some judo or jujitsu, you are NOT A MIXED MARTIAL ARTIST. IF you practice four or five or more different styles of kung fu, wushu, san shou, or kui jiao you are also not a mixed martial artist.
Someone who practices Jujitsu, Thai boxing, Wrestling, Wing chun, karate, tae kwon do, all together is a mixed martial artist.
Again...all your opinions...and almost all sh*tty ones. Just a reminder that wing chun was developed by combining different styles.
In wing chun we learn to see our opponent just as he is. There are no holes or gaps to be exploited when one trully understands and can use Wing chun. A wing chun man will often times learn other styles. This still does not make him a mixed martial artist unless he decides to use those techniques from different schools. Knowing the techniques and using them are two different things.
I'm not sure what you are trying to say here. But I can tell it is stupid.