Thread: Introduction and Questions
8/22/2012 8:30pm, #1
- Join Date
- Aug 2012
Introduction and Questions
I just recently joined, and had a couple of questions about Muay Thai. First of all, I am a BB in Kuk Sool Won, which apparently after some research sucks, but regardless, I've been taking it for about 7 years. I've recently become interested in MMA, and from what I've seen Muay Thai and BBJ are the best ways to get started. I live in Houston and the closest place near to me that looks the best is a place called Hoger MMA.
I honestly have no idea what to be looking for, so any help would be appreciated!
8/22/2012 8:36pm, #2
8/23/2012 3:26am, #3
Its not so much Muay Thai and BBJ, don't get me wrong they both are great. Its more about the training method, the thing that both of these have in common is that they train in whats called an Alive Manner.
8/23/2012 7:47am, #4
I must correct the BBJ, it's BJJ. I'm not having a go, just letting you know that in Australian escort speak a BBJ is a Bareback Blow Job and now all I want is to get laid, so I'm asking for your assistance in the future.
Also, goodlun, despite perpetuating the mistaken initialism, has the correct. Muay Thai and BJJ test the techniques, their learned skills against fully resisting opponents to see if they work. If your martial art is tested against FULLY RESISTING opponents and provides evidence that it's techniques work REGULARLY, you might be in a winning martial art.
If you think you are on to one, post a link here. We'll let you know.GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
8/23/2012 1:12pm, #5
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- Nov 2012
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8/24/2012 4:10am, #6
Sam Hoger is no question a legit fighter and coach, I would train with him without a moment's hesitation. He ran Rashad Evans, (later UFC light heavyweight champ) extremely close when they fought.
8/24/2012 7:08am, #7
Welcome to Bullshido! There is only one Question though and he seldom posts in Newbietown.