Posted On:12/17/2004 12:23am
Style: Muay Thai
Originally Posted by supercrap
Omega, how much training did it take before you could handle people so easily?
Don't say you were born ready, please.
He was born ready, ************.
Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
Posted On:12/17/2004 12:24am
Originally Posted by omega
“you have a sister? So do I….”
This made me laugh.
Posted On:12/17/2004 1:39am
when you say the groin kick didnt work, did it not work because you missed the target or because the guy was able to fight through the pain or you just didnt kick hard enough?
Bullshido Wikipedia Delegate
Posted On:12/17/2004 1:52am
Style: Krav / (Kick)Boxing / BJJ
Omega, I know it's not that historical, but your nunchaku story you posted in BBC is hysterical. You should share that with the general public. :D
Posted On:12/17/2004 10:21am
Style: Moo Thai & Crappling
Originally Posted by omega
He goes for a double leg take down and I slap him up side the face and he staggers off balance.
Ha! The Anti-grapple !
Posted On:12/17/2004 11:57am
Originally Posted by Kungfoolss
Why? Assuming a stance may actually escalate a problem rather than diffuse it and vice versa. In either case, it's useless movement and only telegraphs intent both physical and mental.
Oh Kungfoolss, only you would critique the recounting of a fight from 10 years ago.
Kungfoolss, what would you have done, assuming you had the required Pokemon cards, 18 sided dice, and membership in the Knights of SCARS?
Taking a break
Posted On:12/17/2004 2:14pm
All lies. He's developed this cult of personality and he has no photos or video to back any of it up. He'll be telling you next that he's got some sort of "fight record" and that he's "coaching" MMA.
You guys will believe anyone who post whores...
Taking responsibility for my actions since 1989
Posted On:12/17/2004 2:35pm
You know, this is how legends grow. In the future, 3rd generation Omega students will hear of the time "Great-Grandmaster Omega" was jumped by 15 guys when he was but a mere lad working in a theatre to pay for his training. Great-Grandmaster Omega attempted to defuse the situation with an offer to contact the local gendarme but the crowd of attackers would not be dissuaded. They attacked but Great Grandmaster Omega quickly dispatched all of the bullies using his kung-fu. The sounds we now learn in training were instrumental in Great Grandmaster Omega's ability to intimidate and then defeat the horde.
People of integrity expect to be believed. When they're not, they let time prove them right.
Posted On:12/17/2004 3:14pm
Hahah... those stories are great! Let's have some more!
Posted On:12/17/2004 3:35pm
Style: Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
Ditto! :eusa_clap :hello: :glasses3:
"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
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