Seriously??? Three guys going after one guy usually indicates a 'bully' mind set in those three guys. Bullies don't tend to be well trained because if they were they wouldn't need to go 3 on 1. If the person being attacked is any of those three guys you named I expect bad outcomes for the three guys. The problem with having to defend yourself against multiple opponents is actually trained for and tested for at higher levels of many martial arts. I expect that our named fighters above know the simple rule when forced to fight against 3 guys, kill the first one, break the second one and the third will likely have already ran away.
Add weapons to the mix above and the one guy who isn't prepared to actually use that weapon is likely going to give it up really quickly.
Should the majority of people run if they can, yes. Should Randy, Steven or Chuck run? Depends on how charitable they feel towards mouthy bullies.
He which hath no stomach to this fight, let him depart.
Bas is one of those fighters who evolved and got better through his career. His submission skills (offensive and defensive) continued to improve with each fight. I'd consider the Shamrock losses to be before his prime (second half of the 90s). He went undefeated for his next 22 fights after the 2nd loss to Ken.
I'd love to see how he would have done against today's elite fighters like Jon Jones and Junior Dos Santos. It's one of those "mythical matchup" questions, like who'd win between a prime Tyson and Ali.
I'll have to check out that story later.
Yup, those fights were before Bas bothered training sub defense. IMO, in his prime, he was much better than Shamrock ever was.
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