Everything is about Sex, Except Sex. Sex is about Power.
Julian Wheetcroft starts to text message furiously on social media: “Good morning cute, little China girl...
I feel that in tug-of-war many Chinese really enjoy to see the boyish macho aspect.
It's recently been stated that he who doesn't have will be left out despite having a strong grip on what they entail to achieve.
It's similar in this situation because if you’ve got strength it's the same as having powerful ability.
But in reality, strength comes in different formats.
A butterfly can never be hurt by the most powerful boxer who throws a punch at it.
So, does this mean that a butterfly is stronger than the boxer who is able to be knocked to the ground by another powerful boxer?
On another aside, having practiced a skill and being good at your sport or such is also another aspect of being powerful.
I was at a pub in Bangkok, drinking copious amounts of beer and relaxing nearby a pool table; thick, acid/base, bar music pounding in everyone's veins.
And there was this local Thai pool shark. Incredibly skilled and both showing off that no one could defeat him and getting a power high from his sport but if you look at him he's physically old, thin: definitely not macho like.
I guess I too can get a powerful fix and feel really good after doing a quality sketch...
When we are good at a skill of somesort it is something that can give us satisfaction and a power buzz
But as for having skill as a boxer..
The first victory fight went down in history for Mohamed Ali because it was based not that he was physically stronger than the previous heavyweight champion..the guy before was Sonny Liston...he was extremely built and physically powerful..and if he landed the right punch it was knock out and game over, which was the reality for a lot of his success in his career..but Muhammed Ali..was agile...fast on his feet and yes had the skill to defeat the stronger boxer...who was Liston at that time.”