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  • Police Brutality? Essay

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    techniques when trying to subdue combative suspects. Since incidents like the Rodney King beating, people have started paying more attention to how the police handle suspects. Questions concerning the deaths of people after a tazor was used or the choke hold had been applied have been raised recently. The use of tazor guns, which were first introduced in the 1970's and put out a jolt of 50,000 volts, has been questioned recently by groups like Amnesty International who claim that police using the tazors

  • A Short Story : A Story Of A Story

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    Carl?” He asked “Do you think we’ll find the others?” I answered “No I don’t think I know we will.” Carl smiled and we laid back down until I heard a knock on the window and I heard him scream. My door suddenly swung open and I was put into a choke hold. There were five men, one had a knife to Carl’s neck and a gun to Rick’s head. Then there was a knife to my neck. “Leave them alone!” Rick demanded at the old man pointing a gun to his head. I elbowed the guy in the stomach and tried to run away but

  • Reflective Essay About Hard Work

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    “Take pride in how far you have come. Have faith in how far you can go.” This quote from an unknown author reminds me that even though I have worked hard to get to where I am, I believe that if I work harder, I can accomplish anything. My past experiences as a wrestler have shown me that even through tough times, I am capable of doing anything I set my mind to do. My life as a wrestler began in my sophomore year when I walked into my first wrestling meeting. All the guys were staring at me because

  • Wrestling: Training for the Rest of Your Life

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    The time is quickly winding down and his team needs the victory to win the dual meet. He holds on to his opponent's legs, tightly gripping as the time slips aways. There is a moment of silence from his teammates, interrupted by loud cheers from the opposing team. The match is over. His head droops off his body, as if all his convictions rest upon his shoulders, too heavy to bear

  • Personal Narrative: My Angle Tattoo

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    My Angle Tattoo Particularly, my Story goes back to 2001 the 3rd semester of freshman year when I first meant my angle his name was Aaron. Aaron was the most popular guy, cuties guy ever and every girl had a crush on him in school. Especial Roma my best friend, Roma had started writing letters to Aaron, since she too had a crush on him as well. Obviously, later Roma started introduce her friends to Aaron, I meant Aaron at my locker while I was getting ready for my next class, Roma and Aaron

  • Proffessional Wrestling History

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    wrestling has evolutionized itself into something that is larger than life. Proffessional wrestling is a world-renowned and multi-cultural sport. The sport oringinates from a form of wrestling know as catch wrestling, a mutt form of organized grappling that incorporated aspects of Greco-Roman wrestling, Irish collar-and-elbow, Indian styles, and famously

  • The Evolution Of Professional Essay

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    said OK but only if Ed would let him win one of the three falls. Ed agreed but he didn't keep his word, he beat Hackenshmid in the two first falls. The real wrestler was Robert Friedrich. He took the alias of Ed 'strangler'; Lewis. Lewis signature hold was the headlock it was so deadly that no one in their right mind would train with him. It was so deadly that he ended up practicing on a dummy. During his career the 'strangler'; won over 6,000 matches and only lost 33. Many of those loses were premeditated

  • MMA Training Videos

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    Martial Arts. It's a fighting sport with lots of fans and several shows like UFC, Bellator, M1 Global and Elite XC. UFC has become so famous that it's even threatening boxing's supremacy in popularity rankings. MMA fighters employ techniques, holds, grappling moves, submission techniques, kicks and punches from a wide variety of martial arts and from Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ), Muay Thai and Krav Maga (the Israeli Defense Force close quarters combat technique) amongst others. Maybe

  • Essay on The History of Wresling

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    was curious about the sport of Wrestling. When I tried out for it, I was eager to learn more about it. It is not just rolling around on the mat it is a form of combat using grappling techniques such as throws, takedowns, pins, holds, and joint locks. In addition into this sport, there are a variety of ways to use these grappling techniques. Wrestling has many rich memories of it is history with a variety of wrestling styles and rules. Wrestling can be traced back to cave drawings during the ancient

  • The Consequences Of Revenge In The Film Fist Of Fury

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    Instead of having a real fight in movie, movie directors tend to prefer throwing fake punches in order to ensure the safety of actors and actresses. But those fake punches have become one of the least exciting part of the movie. When watching a long fighting scene, audiences would become less and less engaged and sometimes shift their minds to other things instead of the movie. In the movie Fist of Fury directed by Lo Wei, an almost six minutes fake fighting scene consisted of main character Chen