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    I feel like you eyeballin' me, dawg!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    "These same sad people bleat on my MMA video comments, " I don't see Aikido." The reason they don't see Aikido is because they are looking for their own stylized choreographed dojo Aikido where two people are harmonizing with each other. In MMA my opponent has no intention of harmonizing with me."

    He knew you would say that...
    No, I am pretty sure all I saw was brawling. There was no real re-direct of the attack.
    I feel like you eye-bawlin' me, dawg!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkPhoenix View Post
    No, I am pretty sure all I saw was brawling. There was no real re-direct of the attack.
    "as I have, will tell you that it looked nothing like the Aikido training in the dojo, one needs to be able to adapt him / herself and their technique to any situation that arises. For me, my Aikido is in my mind and my body"

    Its because Aikido is in his heart

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    I feel like you eyeballin' me, dawg!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    "as I have, will tell you that it looked nothing like the Aikido training in the dojo, one needs to be able to adapt him / herself and their technique to any situation that arises. For me, my Aikido is in my mind and my body"

    Its because Aikido is in his heart
    I feel like you eye-bawlin' me, dawg!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkPhoenix View Post
    "I admire the Aikido of Steven Seagal as seen in his early training videos showing his positive style of traditional Aikido which is little different to what he . Actually demonstrates in his movies. Seagal Sensei is a man who shows Aikido to be a martial art, there are many in the Aikido community that do not approve of Seagal’s powerful tight body control techniques. As opposed to the greatly exaggerated flowing dance like movement we see today. Many students of modern Aikido have a pseudo religious approach to their half hearted training, they claim that Seagal portrays Aikido in a violent light, whilst they portray an art of peace."

    " I will, and do, apply wrist locks and arm bars, but you will not see any large circular movements, if you open your closed Aikido mind to some reality, you may just see a fighter who is "very" relaxed before and during each fight. Look a little closer, you may just see some very condensed body contact techniques - irmi nage or an irimi tenkan to put my opponent into or off the cage wall. "

    YEAH REAL AIKIDO

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    id fight that keysi fighter

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcwagz View Post
    id fight that keysi fighter
    LOLZ :staredad:

    So I would fight the MMA fighter that beat up my cousin probably

    Damn that was brutal he has more than 600k views in that video

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    I once had a friend who showed me a freaking NECK BREAK she learned in response to a punch.

    You basicaly got over the punch, engage a lock around the neck, do a sacrifice hip throw and put all your weight into the Uke's neck as you hit the ground. Even if it doesn't bust the spinal column it will certainly cause some gnarly pain and discomfort. (Whiplash CITY!) All in one flowing movement towards the ground. Quick, nasty, rediculous overkill in most situations.

    This same technique was shown to me be by and old vet who still had nightmares about the jungle. It makes sense that he would know it because he was playing life or death stakes. So it's not really overkill in a war zone. But on +#3 $+234+$? WTF?!?!?

    Where did my 5'2" 120 lbs female friend learn this rediculous, felonious and stupid dangerous over reaction to a haymaker?

    Two Rivers Aiki-Ki. Home of the magic jammy pants.

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    WTF is up with Karate and Bouncing?
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    I would totally fight Reince Priebus or Grover Norquist or Rupert Murdock or Rush

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    WTF is up with Karate and Bouncing?
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    I would totally fight Reince Priebus or Grover Norquist or Rupert Murdock or Rush
    Point sparring karate is bouncy
    and expensive...

    **** HELL dont make rant about the people I was not able to rescue from bouncy karate mcdojo

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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    LOLZ :staredad:

    So I would fight the MMA fighter that beat up my cousin probably

    Damn that was brutal he has more than 600k views in that video

    Damn. The internet age is a ************. It must suck learning a valuable lesson like that on camera.

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