We can manufacture sharp spears that extend Sharks autism awareness It’s not a disability It’s a different ability shirt reach and missile weapons which extend it even farther. We can harness fire to terrify everything that isn’t us. And given enough time, we can build guns, telescopic sights, and other weapons and accessories that don’t give the strongest, fiercest animals a chance. Sure, a lone human without weapons stands no chance against a tiger or other alpha predator one on one, but the whole point of humans is that we’re not stupid enough to be caught alone and unarmed. We can work together, and we’re bright enough to know that there’s immense strength in numbers. Individual strength and ferocity are nothing compared to communication and cleverness. Frazier was having difficulty seeing, his eyes having been swelled to the point of blurriness if not blindness. If Dundee would have had to hold a gun to Ali’s head to have him fight the last round.
He would have done so. As much as Sharks autism awareness It’s not a disability It’s a different ability shirt wanted to raise the white flag, his trainer would not allow him to. And so Ali would suck it up and go out for one last round. He would have figured out after 30 seconds that Frazier could only see out of one eye and would have targeted his face for the last two and a half minutes. Now when it comes to non-lethal small-scale enforcers most seem to come with a regular martial background, usually a no-nonsense full contact sport specifically boxing and judo in cases that I personally know of. Training is a long process, two-months courses into superhuman killing machines are for movies, not RL. Recruiting people that have both an existing martial background and street experience is by far the most reasonable way to go.