Posted On:3/17/2004 3:20am
Style: American Kenpo
Who is this guy? Just reading a discussion board, and this guy posts his resume. 26 year old, supposedly the grandmaster of his CapThaiKido. Sounds like bullshido, but here's the post. Any comments?
The post is too long to Copy and paste here, sorry about that.
Posted On:3/17/2004 3:23am
Style: Muay Thai, Hapk
i'm not even going to read that
Posted On:3/17/2004 4:25am
If he is located in San Jose and someone can go through all the bs to tell me the location of his Dojo I will go check it out.
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Posted On:3/17/2004 4:26am
Posted On:1/30/2005 10:09pm
This is Hakeem. I am in the San Fernando Valley (Tarzana). I teach fitness at Bodies in Motion Encino and privately. You can contact me by VM or page at 818 828-0037. I welcome inquiries and visits from anyone who wishes to open up a MATURE dialogue. This is a really great site, I am glad to be featured on it!
Posted On:1/30/2005 11:25pm
Style: TKD, MT
Fucking hell how can someone be a 26 year old Grandmaster and still not know the meaning of a paragraph?
Edit: Bruce Lee's movies came out in the late 70s. I sincerely doubt the whole "growing up with Bruce Lee movies" thing. Seems trivial, and it's possible, but something's not right.
Edit2: Seems to have done a lot in his life. At 26. Right. Compares himself to Bruce Lee and Ueshiba. Fucking moron. I hate this dude already.
I do NOT understand why every dickhead on the streets these days decides he's qualified enough to invent a new system "encompassing the principles of BLABLABLA". It's not a new system. There's nothing original in it. You've just taken **** from 3 different MAs and put them together in some random order, and suddenly decided it was different and radical enough to form a new way of fighting.
BJJ for it's time was a new way of fighting. It was original because no MA at the time focused on winning a fight while the fighter was on his back. JKD was revolutionary because it first advocated true MMA cross-training. Kyokushin was original because it advocated full-contact kumite and extreme training methods. Muay Thai is original because of it's 8 body weapons philosophy.
Putting together a bunch of moves from different MAs does not a new fighting style make. Unless they've all figured out something that the other MA's haven't, there's nothing original about them. They're just bastardized martial arts.
Last edited by lifetime; 1/30/2005 11:38pm at .
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Posted On:1/30/2005 11:27pm
Style: Bad KB, Worse MT
This says it all...a mixture of "Capoeira, Muy Thai and Aikido".
This has to be some be some kind of joke or Bullshido troll. If Bullshido really wants to pursue this, I can cover his claims in S. Fla.
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Posted On:1/30/2005 11:34pm
All I can say is wow. Wow to whichever forum member put that together. You have somehow managed to capture the essence of Bullshido and contain it for other to marvel at.
Posted On:1/30/2005 11:35pm
Style: Muay Thai
LOL, this guy is a right ****.
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Posted On:1/31/2005 3:51pm
Style: Kyokushin Karate
There are too many franchised “McDojos” out there.
This get a chuckle out of anyone else? A 26-year old grandmaster of an art combining three popular styles claiming he's tired of McDojos?
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