FIGHTING FORM: Human Males Are Literally Built For Throwing Punches

Written by Wes Walker on February 8, 2020

As desperate as social engineers are to breed the ‘toxic masculinity’ out of men, they are fighting a losing battle with genetics.

As it turns out, boys are built for fighting… in a way that women are not.

Of course the Fallon Fox / Tamikka Brents fight gives us some insight into that dynamic.

During Fox’s fight against Tamikka Brents, Brents suffered a concussion, an orbital bone fracture, and seven staples to the head in the 1st round. After her loss, Brents took to social media to convey her thoughts on the experience of fighting Fox: “I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night. I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not because I’m not a doctor. I can only say, I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right,” she stated. “Her grip was different, I could usually move around in the clinch against other females but couldn’t move at all in Fox’s clinch…” — Wiki

The question is… why? Is it something cultural that needs to be ‘civilized’ out of us? Or is it built into us on a deep level? A study claims to have those answers.

Human men evolved to be good at punching in order to win fist fights with sexual competitors so that they could breed with women.

A study found that men throughout all of time have been forced to scrap in order to win the affections of women and have children.

This pressure has caused male bodies to change, becoming more powerful and explosive when throwing a swift right hook.

It has led to what is known as sexual dimorphism — physical differences between males and females in a species.

Over thousands of years, men unable to fight were slowly weeded out of the gene pool and, as a result, modern males are accomplished at hand-to-hand conflict.

The end result is that male bodies became specifically tailored by evolution to be good at punching.

For example, researchers in the US found that the weakest man punches harder than the strongest woman in tests.
Source: DailyMail

In the same way that rams, moose, and deer with butt heads; or that other animals will bite and claw each other, guys were literally built to be scrappy.

Researchers write in the study: ‘Sexual dimorphism often arises from selection on specific musculoskeletal traits that improve male fighting performance.

‘In humans, one common form of fighting includes using the fists as weapons.’

Men’s average power during a punching motion test was 162 per cent greater than females, they found.

However when it came to spear throwing, the difference was not as great, implying evolution built men to fight, not to hunt.

Professor David Carrier at the University of Utah said: ‘This is a dramatic example of sexual dimorphism that’s consistent with males becoming more specialised for fighting and males fighting in a particular way, which is throwing punches.
Source: DailyMail

The advantage is *specifically* about throwing hands and not throwing spears.

Studies like this one affirm the scientific principle of sexual dimorphism which literally translates down into ‘two genders’.

When it comes right down to it, who are we supposed to believe? The social engineers who are changing all the rules of the game, and blurring the lines between male and female?

Or the objective measurements of tests like this one?

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