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  1. tekki420 is offline

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    6/19/2005 8:33pm


     Style: MMA, Fighting Irish

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    Krav maga

    http://www.kravmagaisraeli.com/EN/galr5.htm

    check out the Play Fight Drill at the bottom. Quite interesting.

    http://www.kravmagaisraeli.com/EN/galr5.htm
  2. Strong Machine is offline

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    Posted On:
    6/19/2005 9:12pm

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     Style: Pro-Wrestling

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    "Interesting" is a kind way to put it.
  3. Wounded Ronin is offline
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     Style: German longsword, .45 ACP

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    Ah, yes, the spinning wheel kick. A staple of reality self defense.

    EDIT: Also, as per usual, "exercise against boxing isn't". The first video clip might better be described as "exercise against crazed, incompetent JKD lunge puncher", since that was *not* a boxing jab.
    “nobody shoots anybody in the face unless you’re a hit man or a video gamer.” - Jack Thompson
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  4. Maestro Nobones is offline
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    ah yes, the awesome knife disarm against the "I STAB AT YOU" lunging attack that then ends in the attacker standing bewildered for no reason, watching the KM guy disarm and disable him.

    WOW, and the stuff 'against boxing' is insane. I've never seen a boxer commit to a one-two combo and then stand idly as the opponent implements an absurd string of techniques.
    Last edited by Maestro Nobones; 6/19/2005 9:44pm at .
    I think it was two ninjas taped together, to make one GIANT NINJA!!!!
  5. Sh0t is offline
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    6/22/2005 12:38pm

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     Style: standup to ground

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    and people eat it up
  6. Camus is offline
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    <3 the vocalizations

    Sh0t, you still train with Roy?
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    Posted On:
    6/22/2005 12:55pm


     Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maestro Nobones
    ah yes, the awesome knife disarm against the "I STAB AT YOU" lunging attack that then ends in the attacker standing bewildered for no reason, watching the KM guy disarm and disable him.

    WOW, and the stuff 'against boxing' is insane. I've never seen a boxer commit to a one-two combo and then stand idly as the opponent implements an absurd string of techniques.
    This looks to be some kind of demo anyway -- designed to demonstrate technique. It is not sparring. (I'd be more interested in a sparring demo) -- but I think it's kind of silly to evaluate the validity/usefulness/ of techniques (or the practitioners) in videos like these. It's just a demo -- the attacker wants to get beatdown. :) (And yeah, people eat it up -- which means the demo caters to wowing the crowd.)

    -daGorilla

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