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    I wouldn't mind if it would bring down the price of BJJ training. Its often very expensive compared to other martial arts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    well if it ever goes to far, and they start pushing mma gyms out of business. We can just revive Teddy Roosevelt to whack there monopoly with a big stick.

    anybody on this board know how to raise the dead?
    Necronomicron?

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I'd kill for ANY sort of MMA training around my neck of the woods. Nuck Forth Dakota.
    "Emevas,
    You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69

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    The one in Concord has not affected closed or decreased enrolment of the schools around here. Particularyy Cesar Gracie's Combat sports or even the Judo schools around here. The only impact I see it having is that the kids program might be affecting other Karate TKD schools, but even then not really
    "Its not important to be strong, its just important not to be weak."

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    Quote Originally Posted by helmutlvx View Post
    Dude. You do realize they sell TapouT **** at Walmart now, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whacker View Post
    Dude. You do realize they sell TapouT **** at Walmart now, right?

    my local wallmart has a brand called mma elite. and to be quite honest. I really like the button up shirts. No i'm not "that guy" who decks himself out in MMA gear but I do think they look cool. Though its not "herp derp I'm tough cause I wear fighter clothes." It's "wow this style is kinda cool."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whacker View Post
    Dude. You do realize they sell TapouT **** at Walmart now, right?
    I don't really care what the **** stupid **** douchebags want to wear.

    I'm just sick of seeing this off-brand **** that's just pandering for UFC dollars when all I want is to just steal some DVDs and then leave.

    IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK FOR?!

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    I know I'll look like an idiot, but $12 for a beanie and a t-shirt is too good to pass up :/.

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    I have to say I am not opposed in any way to plebs purchasing MMA apparel, if the apparel company sponsors fighters. It just means they might be able to sponsor more fighters.

    Hell, if I need it, I think it looks good and it is within my budget, **** the haters, I'll buy it. Fortunately the above caveats usually void any MMA apparel purchase.

    There is an MMA store that sends me info on their up and coming products, in a survey they asked me what my favourite brand was to wear, silverstar or tapout? I said silverout and tapstar and when those cheap knock offs arrive, let me know.

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