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When your opponent inflicts pain upon you, they expect an outward sign of their victory. The object is to accept the pain inflicted upon you by your opponent without exuding any outward sign or effect, then amplify that pain, multiply it, let your rage turn it into something more vengeful and devastating and give it back to your attacker in spades. However, be aware that most dogs have loud barks and weak bites. Threats can also escalate tense situations and if your intention is simply to bluff, you’re better off doing that at a card table, or somewhere else where you’re less likely to get killed. Meanwhile, your opponent will generally try to shake your confidence and your belief that you will win.
They expect you to emit a cry, a sob, a whimper, or perhaps even a submission. Some people say, “I believe in an eye for an eye.” A person utilizing pain amplification would say, “I believe in an eye for two eyes.” Your objective is to give more pain than you receive, to do more damage than you endure and to induce more doubt and fear than you experience. If you maintain your cool, they could be the ones losing their confidence and becoming less prepared, measured and decisive.
If you don’t know what type of person this description refers to, look up Brock Lesner or Bill Goldberg on the internet, check their height and weight and ask yourself if these are men you would really enjoy fighting.
Acting in unpredictable ways and making unconventional decisions will throw most opponents off.