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    Hey dumbass why don't you ask in newbie town where we have to actually tell you what we want instead of trolling you into getting your face mashed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    Is it even, like, responsible, to send a noob to challenge boxers with a series of haymakers to the guts?
    It'll be o.k. When he gets to the gym, they will know by looking at him that he knows how to handle himself. When he throws the first haymaker, the other guy's corner man will throw in the towel.


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    Get a knife, OP, and stab the hell out of those dirty Pavees.

    I mean, I'm presuming they're probably quite dirty. Did you happen to notice? I'd feel bad for calling some honest, decent Pikey scum "dirty" when in fact they were well-washed, ya know? Would want to be unfair to the filthy Pikeys, after all.

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    Hi, welcome to bullshido! The actual art you train in isn't really as important as how they train. Just make sure you go somewhere that trains in an alive manner. Generally, that's why people here will point you toward "sport" MA. Competition ensures quality control and cuts down on the bullshit.

    Boxing and Judo were already mentioned

    other good sport MA include:
    MMA
    BJJ
    Muay Thai
    Savate
    Cambo/Sambo (however the **** you wanna spell it)
    Kyokushin Karate
    Wrestling

    But it seems like what you really need is some reality based street training. I recommend Ameri-Do-Te

    Also, yeah, wtf did you do to get beat up by travelers?

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    If you're getting into so many fights that you've developed a "style" without actually training in martial arts, you have a problem with either your attitude or your environment. Determine which it is, and then either grow up or move away from your shithole neighborhood. You can do martial arts at any time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey_Southpaw View Post
    I recommend Ameri-Do-Te
    Here's the pitch: Do you have a link to this Ameri-Do-Te? It sounds really practical, you know, for the r34l st433ts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    Is it even, like, responsible, to send a noob to challenge boxers with a series of haymakers to the guts?
    Did you even read his post? He's strong, experienced, fights bare knuckle gypsies, and he even created his own style..

    That's 10thDegree, a higher rank than you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey_Southpaw View Post
    Cambo/Sambo (however the **** you wanna spell it)
    The С in Самбо/Sambo sounds nothing like our C. You couldn't really transliterate it as "cambo".
    An annoying alternative is "sombo".

    Just thought I'd clear that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gluckmann View Post
    The С in Самбо/Sambo sounds nothing like our C.
    are you certain?

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    From my little experience in fighting, there's nothing in your description that could make you special enough to have a martial art that's right for you.

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