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  1. RurikGreenwulf is offline

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    Sports Karate vs MMA fighter Any chance or survival?

    Well as you may have seen in my last post I sparred against my cousin a instructor in Uechi-Ryu with seven years of experience, Myself in the other hand had only 10 months of Kyokushin training (now 11!)

    You may see the video here


    My cousin in a truly stupid move has challenged a MMA Amateur fighter with 4 years of training in BJJ, Muay Thai and Sambo being at least a purple belt and having won several tournys to top it all he has a advantage in both weithg and age (26 years to my cousins 18) and also has karate training (6 years goju ryu)

    The point is my cousin has asked me to publish it in Bullshido for any advice for this hard sparring to take place the day after tomorrow

    I know my cousin is stupid thanks in advance
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    1/24/2012 3:44pm


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    He should stop training Krotty and head to a boxing gym.
  3. RurikGreenwulf is offline

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    He is a boxing hater, he may start to take Muay Thai after this
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    1/24/2012 4:02pm


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    The MMA guy didn't have great hands from what I saw but if a decent boxer knicked his jaw with a stiff jab, he'd change his mind.
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    I'm really sorry, but if the fight is the day after tomorrow the only meaningful thing I can say is your cousin should keep his guard up and try to stay on his feet.

    also, you mention you've had a year of kyokushin under your belt, but does that really make you experienced? (video states it's between two experienced fighters) I've been training shinkyokushin for four years, competing too, I'm at fifth kyu and I still don't think I'm that experienced :) have a lot to learn, a LOT!.

    Good luck to you both, osu!
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Clean View Post
    Karate was developed by Okinawans who weren't allowed to have weapons. Ok, makes sense. JJ was developed by Samurai to defeat armored opponents. Also makes sense. But a spinning jump kick to defeat a camel? Something smells fishy.
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    Well, since (from what I gather from your post) he has challenged the MMA guy to some sort of match, yes, there is a chance of survival, mainly because I suspect that the deadly techniques of eye gouge and groin kick will be prohibited.

    Is there a chance that he will dominate the other guy? Having seen him perform against you, **** no.
  7. jdempsey is online now

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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    He is a boxing hater, he may start to take Muay Thai after this
    Boxing hater hey? Tell him to stick to what he knows.
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    Isn't this video you put up before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anarki13 View Post
    I'm really sorry, but if the fight is the day after tomorrow the only meaningful thing I can say is your cousin should keep his guard up and try to stay on his feet.

    also, you mention you've had a year of kyokushin under your belt, but does that really make you experienced? (video states it's between two experienced fighters) I've been training shinkyokushin for four years, competing too, I'm at fifth kyu and I still don't think I'm that experienced :) have a lot to learn, a LOT!.

    Good luck to you both, osu!
    Yes Im not a experienced fighter the video was uploaded by my cousin who omited any reference to my actual time training
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    Stop moving back straight. If you fling your round kicks out like that all the time without set up you'll get your kicks checked a lot against some practitioners. Shin bone on bone isn't good.
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