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    Here, some capoeira guy's fighting MMA:
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/ve0odfZ2dwY
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/bwQWQ4w4Kxo

    Here a guy using Capoeira and BJJ:
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/XQg24WFaVtw

    And here a moron who wanted to play a "jogo" and got his *** kicked:
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/i1HhN4p-vuY
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    Quote Originally Posted by frizzaro View Post
    And here a moron who wanted to play a "jogo" and got his *** kicked:
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/i1HhN4p-vuY
    To be fair, this scene is from a movie.
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    Still funny, hehehe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azatdawn View Post
    Pronounciation is spelled pro-noun-syay-shun.
    Oh, thanks. English is not my first (or even second) language. Thank you for reminding me about pronunciation. By the way, I guess it IS pronunciation, not pronounciation, right? Well, thank you anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGalt View Post
    I often hear about this sort of thing and got into a serious argument on MAP about it, but I have to wonder, couldn't the first guy to drop the dance and just start fighting win the fight if two guys are trying to fight with capoeira?
    Yep, and it looks like this:
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    Quote Originally Posted by frizzaro View Post
    Oh, thanks. English is not my first (or even second) language. Thank you for reminding me about pronunciation. By the way, I guess it IS pronunciation, not pronounciation, right? Well, thank you anyway.
    It was a joke, pal. Sorry if it hurt your feelings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frizzaro View Post
    That's what usually happens, they stop dancing a little e start to use the kicks in a more usual way, but they still using some ginga (de dancing moves) to add spin power to the kicks. Queixada is spelled key-sha-da and the meaning is "chin breaker". But when they stop dancing, they raise the guard, looks like a boxer waving with more footwork.
    I think everybody's just playing with you because you're mixing up "pronounce" with "spell." I knew how to say queixada, but I'm not so good with Portuguese spelling rules. Of course spelling nearly anything is easy after growing up speaking English.

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    It was a joke, pal. Sorry if it hurt your feelings.
    Same here, dude. No hard feelings, hehe. As Bart Simpson says, "I am too shallow to be depressed".

    Quote Originally Posted by MrGalt View Post
    I think everybody's just playing with you because you're mixing up "pronounce" with "spell." I knew how to say queixada, but I'm not so good with Portuguese spelling rules. Of course spelling nearly anything is easy after growing up speaking English.

    Axe, camara!
    Yup, I know it, hehe. But was fine, at least it's good to break the ice and know people around. And axe too!

    By the way, which Capoeira style did you see in Japan?
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    For your viewing pleasure, a Nobuaki Kakuda highlight:

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    Quote Originally Posted by frizzaro View Post
    Same here, dude. No hard feelings, hehe. As Bart Simpson says, "I am too shallow to be depressed".


    Yup, I know it, hehe. But was fine, at least it's good to break the ice and know people around. And axe too!

    By the way, which Capoeira style did you see in Japan?
    I played with these guys: http://capoeiraosaka.com/ Everything I did with them was Regional. Before that I trained with some people in Memphis but they disbanded a long time ago.

    They're really great. When I moved to Osaka I was having a hard time deciding between joining the Capoeira group and having fun, joining a judo school and learning something completely new, and joining the Seidokaikan Hombu and basically serving penance for all the years I pretended to know karate up till then. I truly hate myself so I went for the karate and got crippled up.

    I don't mind, because it shaped my character and gave me a lot of insight into Japan that I wouldn't have had otherwise, but I sometimes think if I had just played Cap instead I'd be a much happier person.
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