I walked in there back in July of 2006 and the only thing scary was the training equipment. Well, the Kiai's of the children's class that was in while I was there was pretty scary. Further research about the school pretty much made my decision for me about the viability of the school being able to teach anything useful to me.Quote:
Originally Posted by jkjeetkunedo
As far as balls, lets see him act tough not in his own dojo full of his own supporters. If he's teaching MMA then he has to be teaching a grappling component. Me, I think the grappling he's teaching is straight up bunk and a waste of anyone's time when there are plenty of great grappling schools nearby.
How about it: Grappling match or an MMA match at a neutral venue. If Mr McNarby is teaching MMA, then having an MMA match or a grappling match against someone like me should be a breeze for him, his 'Way of the Samurai' techniques should completely overwhelm my for-sport skills in BJJ, Sambo, Judo and Wrestling. I mean, after all, so much was 'lefted' out of BJJ.
...Or how about an easier challenge for him: he answer those simple three questions that were posed on here multiple times and basically what I asked on my phone call to him. It's a pretty simple series of questions.
1. In which martial arts do you claim rank, and who were your instructors or the governing bodies which approved those ranks?
2. Your website advertises a "Boxing/MMA" class. What qualifications do you have in these areas, and what does the curriculum cover?
3. Has your school produced any fighters on the Amateur or Professional MMA circuits? If so, how well have they performed?