Thread: TKD vs. MT Clip Revisited.
11/23/2004 1:30pm, #11
And he hit you bare-knuckled?
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11/23/2004 1:33pm, #12
Very few people can stand up and keep fighting after a few legit knockdowns.You say what about my rice?
11/23/2004 1:35pm, #13
It was obviously a work, staged, scripted, fake, etc.. The "MT" guy had a smirk on his face after the 11 millionth knockdown.Regardless, that doesn't change the fact that kickboxing is commonly known as fighting while grappling simply isn't. - Osiris
11/23/2004 1:41pm, #14
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So what your saying is this thai fighter didnt have a guard, didnt get hit hard and kept falling over.
Originally Posted by Stickx
11/23/2004 1:42pm, #15
Oh I'm sure it didn't tickle. But it was just too easy for the TKD guy.Regardless, that doesn't change the fact that kickboxing is commonly known as fighting while grappling simply isn't. - Osiris
11/23/2004 1:49pm, #16Originally Posted by Osiris
11/23/2004 1:58pm, #17Originally Posted by DochterNextGuard = Paul from Atlanta
Ten years experience can be ten true years or one year repeated ten times.
11/23/2004 2:00pm, #18
Broken hand(s) definitly, going by the pictures. There was a lot of swelling there. In addition, there were a few cuts all over his face and around his eye.
Mostly, though, he needed to be checked out b/c he must have suffered at least a couple concussions during that fight.
He was really messed up.You say what about my rice?
11/23/2004 2:57pm, #19