I am very grateful for this conversation, I confess that it took me to get into this forum was the external view, interested me just because of some recent victories of Capoeira in MMA, is a novelty for us as we are now entering the roost in this context and we want to take our doubt, is very new. even be efficient? the question is also ours. To be more objective in fights, but I say I believe in the efficacy of capoeira, but we still need to understand how to apply best there in the ring. what we observe is that some athletes who lose to capoeira has failed the difference, are not used and this gives us an advantage, as I mentioned before, our logic of struggle reverses almost all values, such as dodge open, blows apart, quickly and flexibility, and, of course, the tricks, that should be new to any fighter from another area. I just saw the defeat Anderson Silva, who is not a capoeirista in the ring, but makes extensive use of poultry if elusive, it is remarkable that his style is very peculiar and was avoidance of open poultry that you committed, I see a fighter experienced as Chris Weidman studied this failure, however we realize that it is confusing as Anderson gets many successes in doing so, leaving the entire body to show the elusive and yet the opponent can not hit him, he demosntra tranquility to fight and this comes much of the reasoning of the capoeira game. already Lelo closes his guard and focuses on surprising with the agility, keep a fight concentrated and timely throws punches in stunning visual form and effectiveness. seeing many live fights have been able to witness many spectacular knockouts of capoeira, but the fact that the Brazilian still cherishes the beauty of the struggle and this tends to be a high risk.