Posted On:9/23/2004 10:29am
I wanna see Gannon try his mere western boxing vs full fledged Kung Fu students.Thanks for the link Cmorra I'll spread it around.
Posted On:9/23/2004 12:07pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Posted On:9/23/2004 1:59pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
Okay here's the skinny for me guys. I'll be there on the 3rd and staying until the 13th. No tournament for me as I've been enjoying my retirement and getting fat and lazy. (Heh I've been teaching from behind my desk as I play with my daughter on the computer... www.nickjr.com.
Posted On:9/23/2004 5:06pm
Style: Im a Lover, not a fighter
You could go, even if you dont compete.
Posted On:9/24/2004 2:10pm
Oh, I want to go I just want you to know me not be competing...tempted and macho testosterone ego will urge me on...but still won't.
Posted On:9/24/2004 4:25pm
Posted On:9/25/2004 11:13am
"The More I Train, The Luckier i Get...."
Posted On:9/26/2004 12:59pm
Dammit, I'm really regretting I can't be there... Omega, make sure you drop by at Boston Brazilian while you're here...
There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
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Posted On:9/28/2004 3:50pm
Style: Judo, Hung Family Boxing
ok so i'm looking at planning my travel and hotel for this, and this is what i am looking at:
chinatown bus nyc to boston -> T to commuter Rail -> commuter rail to brandeis/roberts station
this is where i need help. i am planning on staying at the holiday inn express on 385 winter st, as it is the cheapest by far of the local hotels) however i have no idea how i am going to get there from the commuter rail (and then get to the throwdown location the next morning.) mapquest says it is 6 miles so seems a little far to walk with all my stuff on my back.
is there a bus? are there taxis? do i have to call a cab from there? if so does anyone have the number of a local cab company?
thanks in advance, and looking forward to meeting you all. looks like at least 2 other guys from my school are coming to compete in the BJJ tournament, and maybe 1 of them will come for the throwdown as well.
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Posted On:10/02/2004 5:19pm
Style: A+B, D-Pad
All throwdown participants need to either have knee pads or wear gi pants or other swishy type leggin's cuz the Brandeis mats are gawd awful. No ****, last year I had horrendous burns from the knees down.
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