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Well, I lost the tournament. Yeah that's right, I lost. I did not tap, but I did lose by two points.
Considering I have only had two months of BJJ training I do not feel so bad. After talking to a lot of the competitors I found out that many of them have trained for 8 years and are still at white belt. Now I see why BJJ always seems tougher. It's not that they are better, it's only that they have trained four times longer than the normal person. hahaha
I had a panic attack when the ref said go. I got tunnel vision, and I felt I was just reacting instead of thinking. Now this is good because I have trained long enough to react, however, I wish I could have used my brain to win the match. I need to compete more so that I can overcome this weird feeling. I havent felt that feeling since the first time I fought in real life. I used to fight all the time just to make sure that I could make that feeling go away. I think if I compete more then I wont feel that crap again. Its like all my training went out the window. Oh well, until next time, I will train more and more.
I also did not make weight by 1 lb. Yes, this meant I was at the bottom of the barrel. Damnt! I better make it next time.