Now, this is what he posted in the same thread, but it was not quoted on Bullshido. Most of it is just more nonsense, though he brushes briefly against one good point (the idea that average citizens get thrown into situations where they have to fight for their lives without knowing the rules or if there are any--if there were ever a reason to train, that's gotta be up there, though it doesn't quite justify the suggestion to train against ninja snipers wielding ceramic bathroom fixtures.)
I will explain this one time and one time only. First, I never claimed that I could not be taken to the ground. That's not the issue of my "open door challenge." Second, you state that the terms of my contract are criminal.....Duh! No kidding! That's my whole point. Hello!!!!! "Reality based" self-defense is about confronting and defending against someone with criminal intent. It's about fighting for your freaking life. Period.
Third, who the hell said anything about using Dim Mak or thumb gouges in my arsenal. When I say, no rules, I mean...NO RULES. I can use anything from a knife to a kitchen sink to destroy my opponent. I can have my buddies work you over with baseball bats when we are both locked up on the ground or I can pull out my 9 mm and blow your ****ing brains all over the wall ....Anything goes in Sammy Franco's open door challenge. Get it!!
My point is that a person would have to be clinically insane to accept such a challenge. However, law abiding citizens are forced into this challenge everyday. This is what true self-defense is all about. Are you learning anything?
Your post clearly demonstrates a "sport minded mentality." When are you going to get it through your thick skull that "sport anything" is not my bag. It never has been and it never will. Winning and losing is bull ****....living and dying is what counts. Are you catching on yet?
You also stated that you are a prelaw student in NY State. Wow! That's real impressive. LOL! However, based on your myopic analysis of my previous posting, it looks like you should definitely consider another career. It's self evident that your reading comprehension and analytical reasoning skills have much to be desired. I wish you luck - you are certainly going to need it!