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I Don't Tap! Tshirt

I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
I Don't Tap! Tshirt
$29.99
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: 39575449
  • Weight: 0.30kg
  • Dimensions: 30.00cm x 20.00cm x 4.00cm

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Oh, so we've got a tough guy over here who doesn't tap in BJJ, huh? Well, pardon me while I roll my eyes and chuckle a little bit.

Listen, buddy, I'm sure you're quite the warrior on the mats. But let's be real here - everybody taps at some point. Even the best of the best have been caught in a submission or two.

So why the need to boast about not tapping? Are you trying to impress us with your pain tolerance or something? I hate to break it to you, but nobody cares. In fact, it just comes across as a little bit insecure.

And let's not forget that tapping is an important part of training. It's how we learn and grow as practitioners. By tapping, we acknowledge that our opponent got the better of us in that particular moment, and we can use that knowledge to improve our technique.

So next time you're rolling and you feel that ankle lock start to crank a little too hard, go ahead and tap. It doesn't make you any less of a badass - in fact, it just shows that you're smart enough to know when to call it quits.

Now if you'll excuse me, I've got some tapping to do. Gotta keep working on that technique, you know?

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