Thread: Storming the Fortress (long)
8/20/2004 1:38am, #11
Originally posted by Mox_Mox
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- May 2003
No I got that, are you blind in one eye, bad vision, cataracts(sp?), what?
Anyway, thanks for the story Dai-Tenshi. I understand wehre your coming from, last saturday we had a guy (who was clearly drunk) come down to our school who supposedly trained in BJJ and boxing and began shooting his mouth off saying things like: "What if I take you to the ground", "what if I hit you you first" , "what if" ect. anyway, when our assistant instuctor told our sifu what was going on (he doesnt speak english btw)our sifu said that he could fight one of us, but he backed down when he learned that we don't have mats or wear gloves when we spar. Needless to say, I was pissed off when he back down after talking all that ****, although I do hope that he will come back and be willing take up our offer.
8/20/2004 1:49am, #12
Originally posted by Stiles
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- Aug 2004
- Portland, OR
Does it matter? :confused:
8/20/2004 2:01am, #13
Wait, wait, wait...you beat someone using TKD?!? Yeah, right...liar
Seriously, good story.
Rudy Reyes > Bear Grylls
8/20/2004 4:43am, #14
8/20/2004 4:53am, #15Originally posted by deus ex machina
tl drTough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
8/20/2004 5:09am, #16
Actually, Ka-bar, I beat him using several things. Other people beat the **** out of him using strict TKD.
It would be nice if this made the front page..... but some how, I just seriously doubt it.
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8/20/2004 5:58am, #17
Great story! You know, while a kegger with a bunch of belly dancers sounds great, if it were me I'd miss it to see this guy get mangled again. :)
Did you consider pointing out to him, that he couldn't fight for ****, and that it probably wasn't a good idea for him to try to teach others?
8/20/2004 7:21am, #18
I wish I could’ve seen the faces of the other black belts because I was fairly certain this guy was hitting a nerve, not just hitting it, but double-legging it, mounting it, and elbowing it into the canvas….
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8/20/2004 8:48am, #19
uh, get a better dictionary. In this case 'canvas' refers to the fighting ring, typically the surface of the ring is made from canvas which isA strong cloth made of hemp, flax, or cotton; -- used for
tents, sails, etc.Seventh: If you think TKD doesn’t work, your right, until you get the side of you face smashed with a roundhouse kick. -- ronin69
It's just that I carry weapons and have no moral compass anymore. -- JKDChick
At least until the Wing Chun clown car arrives. --JKDC
8/20/2004 1:27pm, #20
Eh, he's German, we can forgive him.