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  1. Nid is offline

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     Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Let's say, hypothetically, we happened to meet at a throwdown. What set of rules would satisfy you?
  2. Black 6 is offline

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     Style: Taijutsu, Army Combatives

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I don't think my credentials came into question. Even if they did, it's not that hard to prove since there's no "ultra classified, delta force" stuff. There's no "super sniper" stuff. And I never did any covert ops for the CIA that I can't talk about and no one can verify because everyone else dies, and I'm the only one left from the secret group. I can talk about 99% of what I've done, so if you have 5 minutes, hit me up.

    If you want to make an interesting "ninjutsu" point, you can look at how although the Bujinkan has 2 ninjutsu arts, and apparently the fighting art was used by "Ninja", the actual fighting arts are taijutsu, jutaijutsu, etc. Technically, you could say the military has taught me more about "ninjutsu", in the idea of stealth and camo, than "ninjutsu" did.
    Last edited by Black 6; 3/15/2005 12:16am at . Reason: Quick addition
  3. snowcat is offline

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    3/15/2005 12:16am


     Style: Taijutsu, Judo

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    No weapons, no incapacitant sprays/powders etc, no tag team buddies running in during the fight, no willful 'lethal techniques' (Windpipe destruction, cranial seperation etc.)

    It's unlikely you'll see me fighting at a throwdown. I'm just not that interested in competition to do it. I made my challenge to a particular member due to the rude remarks they were making, I have no beef with anyone who respectfully states their opinion (And can validate comments they make with proof)
  4. Aesopian is offline

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    3/15/2005 12:16am

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    No prismatic sprays.
  5. snowcat is offline

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    3/15/2005 12:20am


     Style: Taijutsu, Judo

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    Yes those are the worst of all, those prysmatic sprays.
  6. Thaiboxerken is offline
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    Posted On:
    3/15/2005 12:30am

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     Style: Kru-MuayThai,GJJ-Blue

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    Sorry, I'm not into death matches. I'd be happy to throwdown though. Rules are there to protect both participants. You really do lack critical thinking skills. If a person can mount you and choke you, they are at the advantage and have the choice to poke your eyes out, bite, pinch or noogie you. You aren't going to gouge the eyes of a guy that has a RNC on you, it just ain't going to happen. The "i have deadly techniques" argument has been debunked numerous times on this and other websites.

    Your eggshells filled with demon dust might give you a slight advantage though.
    "Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
  7. Shuma-Gorath is offline
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    Posted On:
    3/15/2005 12:55am

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     Style: BJJ - Homeland Security

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowcat
    I have no beef with anyone who respectfully states their opinion (And can validate comments they make with proof)
    Taijutsu sucks. I have proof:

    Quote Originally Posted by snowcat
    No weapons, no incapacitant sprays/powders etc, no tag team buddies running in during the fight, no willful 'lethal techniques' (Windpipe destruction, cranial seperation etc.)
  8. snowcat is offline

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     Style: Taijutsu, Judo

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    Pardon? Care to elaborate on how quoting that proves taijutsu sucks? I can bring a gun or a sword or metsubishi or a dog to a fight too. What is your point?
  9. Wounded Ronin is offline
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    Posted On:
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     Style: German longsword, .45 ACP

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowcat
    God, you just don't give up do you. Why do you even care? Why do you still talk trash if you won't fight one of us 'ninjers' without protection of rules?
    This is the one site where any number of people would be more than willing to take you up on that sort of thing.

    Where do you live again? If you said it in the other thread, I think I missed it due to all the pro wrestling pics spamming up the thread.
    “nobody shoots anybody in the face unless you’re a hit man or a video gamer.” - Jack Thompson
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  10. Lampa is offline
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    I have a good friend of mine in FAST company right now. From what I understand, the MA training you get in the military has a lot to do with using their weapon. Stuff that can be applied to an unarmed competition can be roughly equivilant to anywhere between two weeks and two months of heavy bjj training depending on what branch and section of that branch you belong to.

    Anyone who performs any better than the level of a few months of solid contact training knows his **** before he enlisted. So, with all due respect to those currently in the military, I don't see how military training alone gives any more experience than a large number of the people on the board already have in unarmed, competitive MA and I'm getting kind of tired of people using it to establish ethos.

    If anyone who has military experience feels their training inside has been somehow more productive than their training outside, please enlighten me as to how. Everything I've heard indicates to me that the government trains to have their people know just enough MA to pick up the slack if shooting a mother fucker doesn't work out the way it should.
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