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kwoony
4/30/2004 4:41pm,
So now that you've proven to me you are worthy of outing the worst frauds and fakes ever, here's my vote for the biggest Bullshido artist ever:

AL COLANGELO

http://www.mindboxing.com

kwoony
4/30/2004 4:47pm,
Hey ... you guys proved to me you're on the up-and-up.

Are you still smarting from some attack?

Colin
4/30/2004 4:48pm,
MULTIPLE ATTACKERS VIDEO
(95 minute demo)

A video showing how Iron palm and Poison Hand can defeat multiple attackers; and break all holds. A beginner proves this art can handle 2 grapplers at once. More amazing than his ability to defeat a 285 lb. Bjj trained fighter and break out of all holds is his ability to defeat 2 extremely fast and wild, knife wielding fighters.

Hmm... I wouldn't call him the ultimate - But I'd sure like to see him defeat two Knife assailants.. (fast and wild no less..)

MM4Guy
4/30/2004 4:49pm,
Originally posted by kwoony
Hey ... you guys proved to me you're on the up-and-up.

Are you still smarting from some attack?

I had a bad day today :D.

Btw: Ask KungfuColin, 90% of the things I say are unsupported/pure biased opinion.

kwoony
4/30/2004 4:50pm,
Not only that, but he can teach a 12 year old to do this too! LMAO

Check out his archived posts:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mindboxing

Oh, I forgot. The 12 year old was on his 'Rata Hari' elbow shields videotape, not on here.

Well, if anybody has those old association of Silat videos, they can see that.

He taught a 12 year old in 10 minutes or something to beat his best black belts with the elbow system.

Pandinha
4/30/2004 4:54pm,
Jarvis Davis studied with Al in person for just a weekend; he worked on what he learned and called Al over a several year period. Jarvis went on to win the Push-Hands contest in a well-respected Tai Chi tournament of considerable size and competition. He then tested the art again when he went into a proven NHB, BJJ school and discovered he could not be grabbed, taken-down or choked even when he let the instructors place locks and chokes on him. Al said he only teaches this level of beginning skill to those who are humble and who have the mind for the art like Jarvis.

OMG, bullshit.


Only one thing I agreed on his site...

These full contact sessions go on and on to prove talk is cheap and only full contact tells us who we are each day.

MM4Guy
4/30/2004 4:56pm,
Oh people are stupid indeed.

Colin
4/30/2004 4:57pm,
kwoony: People like you make me embarrased that I study Aikido.

Colin
4/30/2004 4:58pm,
BTW: MM4Guy is 100% right..
He wouldn't know his arse from his elbow.
*wink*

kwoony
4/30/2004 5:01pm,
kwoony: People like you make me embarrased that I study Aikido.

You can't bait me anymore. LOL

Pandinha
4/30/2004 5:11pm,
Originally posted by KungFuColin
kwoony: People like you make me embarrased that I study Aikido.

I said something similliar on another of his threads.

I can do a damn good judo chop and ukemi!

johnbo
4/30/2004 5:13pm,
Originally posted by kwoony
You can't bait me anymore. LOL

Kwoony.
Colin is right ... you are pretty bullshit yourself

DJeter1234
4/30/2004 5:21pm,
i like: "When Al takes on all 3 fighters at once, Mike gets struck yet we do not see Al's hand travelling as Internal Speed is being used. "

in other words, the guy screwed up and fell back when he wasn't even hit

hapki_18
4/30/2004 5:22pm,
btw kwoony, you said on your style list that you do aikido,etc. what the hell is the etc for?

kwoony
4/30/2004 5:27pm,
Everything else I've taken other than Aikido.

Ba Bu Mantis
4/30/2004 5:29pm,
And what's up with the random pictures of Yip Man?