Don't be silly guys. he's talking about a scene for expendables 3-rise of the pretendables.
he knows the only way he could beat randy in real life is with a sock full of cue balls.
Damn. I want this to happen badly. Seagal for some reason, has a huge ego. Maybe that can be exploited? Could we maybe get a petition together, have tons of people sign it, and send it to Seagal? If somebody can get his email address, maybe we could find a way to get millions to continue to goad him to fight Couture?
Even though the fight will last about 2 seconds, I'd be willing to plop down my 70 bucks or whatever to watch this on PPV.
Here's how that fight would go:
Jab, left hook, mount, RNC, po0p.
Yeah, basically. No matter what, if this fight were to happen, Seagal ends up covered in his own blood, possibly his own ****, and more than likely either unconscious, severely injured, or both. In under a minute.
"You know what they say in the movies."
That about sums it up. You do understand that MA movies are choreographed fiction, and not actual fights, right? Mr Seagal doesn't actually walk down the snapping people's arms, crippling street gangs and beating the **** out of everybody he sees in every bar he enters. Mr Couture is actually a fighter. And as for your whole "Japanese arts are made for killing not fighting", that's bullshit. While in MMA there are moves you can't do, there isn't any art that consists entirely of ballkicks, eye gouges, etc. Anything you can use in the cage can be used on the street. Much of what you can use on the street can be used in the cage. Why did Chris Leben get cornered by Burton Richardson? Because Burton Richardson knows his ****. So, when they were training, I'm going to go ahead and assume that they focused on things other than stickfighting, eye gouging, ball kicking, etc.
The reason I bring this up is, you seem to think that Seagal's Aikido wouldn't be used in the cage because it's too deadly, but that's ridiculous. The reason you won't see a lot of Aikido in the cage is because it isn't exactly the premium choice for knocking out or submitting a highly trained, in shape, skilled fighter.
Maybe someday someone will come along and take the good **** out of Aikido and apply it differently and mix it with other things. Maybe somebody already has. And maybe, somehow, there's somebody out there who is enough of a badass to make that **** work in the cage.
Steven Seagal is not that man.
But if someone needs a quick gallon of ice cream eaten...Seagal IS that man.