Condit "circling"

Would Condit's "circling" be considered stalling in a wrestling match?

It wasn't a wrestling match.

Yes and Condit's spinning elbows, headkicks, and flying knees would also be against the rules in a wrestling match.  Finally something we can all agree on... if it was a wrestling match Condit would have absolutely broken the rules.

Unless you're talking about a "wrestling" match, in which case all of the above would be legal and you can also hit your opponent in the head with a folding chair (as long as the ref is distracted).

mixedmartialfarts - Unless you're talking about a "wrestling" match, in which case all of the above would be legal and you can also hit your opponent in the head with a folding chair (as long as the ref is distracted).


I think that one is called a wrasslin match.

In any other combat sport he would have been disqualified for passivity. Turning your back to your opponent and literally running away is not evasiveness or circling. It is running.

If this was Golf, Condit would have been disqualified for not bringing a club with him

If this was Hockey, Condit would have slipped and fell on the ice!

If this was surfing, Carlos would have been hit by a boat

 In some models of the universe, a circle is a straight line in the other direction.

If this was synchronized swimming, they both failed miserably.

if this was MMA, Diaz wouldn't fight it like a boxing match. Phone Post

CapnsavemIsDead - if this was MMA, Diaz wouldn't fight it like a boxing match. Phone Post

Well said Phone Post