Posted On:2/13/2003 3:31pm
I haven't long been here, and don't know anybody. I was hoping that everyone might mention what they study, or have studied or whatnot. Now, this is just to satisfy my curiosity, so please don't turn this into a pissing contest.
I'll start. I study a nearly unknown system called Bando, which comes from Burma. It was brought to the US after World War 2, and is only found in the eastern US (and, of course, Burma).
Posted On:2/13/2003 4:20pm
jeez, Burma! What next!!
Posted On:2/13/2003 4:28pm
That like Burmese Boxing?
Anyways I study Roi Do, the art of popping steroids and wearing speedos.
Posted On:2/13/2003 4:45pm
Check my studies!!
I'm so mean I put the KNOT in Ballon and the Rage in the Bull.
Posted On:2/13/2003 7:46pm
Many people have that info in their profile.
Posted On:2/14/2003 2:09pm
Tart - They only thing you put the knot in.. is your own anal orafice! That's right, bend over and take it like a good little biaaaatch.
Neutral, or nearly so
Posted On:2/14/2003 2:49pm
Raging Bull, Very interesting, my instructor used to train with a guy who trained bando (I think). He's mentioned that they do shin conditioning very similar to MT. Is that correct?
**Oh my god! I don't wanna go to THE STREET mommy! All the mean crazy psycho ninjas pick on me and take my lunch money.**
Posted On:2/14/2003 3:09pm
RagingBull-"I haven't long been here, and don't know anybody."
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Posted On:2/15/2003 1:21am
That is correct. It isn't uncommon for the Bando kickboxers to use sandbags or banana trees. In fact, the Bando and Muay Thai boxers have a little rivalry. We always get some good Bando/Muay Thai fights at the kickboxing nationals.
Posted On:2/15/2003 2:18am
How similar are MT and Bando??
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