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it appears that she has strong legs. but she don't look solid. i think 50% of win chance between you and her
Hm, the little cutie has a good shot here I think! What's her and your exact heights and weights so we can get a better idea of how you two match up?
You do have the height and weight advantage - and you should have reach on her... but her lower body does look stronger than I imagine yours looks. Do you know her irl? Maybe try to challenge her to a contest and find out
If she was trained in basic submission grappling, she could easily use her superior lower body to break your limbs, smother or choke you unconscious. Women also have a natural flexibility advantage, so your only chance would be punch her before she dragged you to the ground. Once there, you're pretty much screwed.Choose boxing or MMA if you want a chance of winning - wrestling/grappling, she'll make you her bitch.
Well if she was able to get you in a triangle choke or body triangle u could be in trouble. Even a headscissor if she's untrained could put your lights out.
So you think she would win even if she was untrained?
Those legs do look good in the last photo (nice feet too) - I think as Stewie says it comes down to attitude, and based on how worried you sound I think she has a clear advantage there
Quote from: sleepinbin on 03-Jun-14, 05:20 AMThose legs do look good in the last photo (nice feet too) - I think as Stewie says it comes down to attitude, and based on how worried you sound I think she has a clear advantage thereI won't lie. It would be extremely hot wrestling her but very intimidating too, especially if her confidence level was high. I know most guys could easily take her, but I'm so skinny it would be the equivalent of two untrained females wrestling to see who could overpower and physically restrain who. My male ego would be demanding victory. It would be extremely emasculating if I lost.
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