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  1. Savatuer is offline

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    7/23/2005 6:20pm


     Style: TSD, Kung-Fu, Wrestling

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    Idle Thought

    Idle thought: What if we took, oh let's say:
    A Tai Chi Chuan practitioner
    A Yellow Bamboo practitioner
    A Yoga practitioner
    A Pilates practitioner
    A Jazzercise practitioner
    A Yogilates practitioner
    A Person Who Watched A Video On How To Fight
    A 5th Degree Dan From A Mcdojo
    Any Other Pseudo-"Martial Arts" Person You Can Think Of

    We take these fighters, making sure they are elite in the knowledge of their style, and we put them in a UFC style elimination tournament against each other. This tournament will have less rules than a normal UFC tournament, the only rules being " No weapons" and " No escaping from, or tossing other fighters out of, the octagon". The fighters would defeat their opponents in a normal MMA fashion. Now, the question is, which practitioners, with the training and conditioning they have, would defeat which other fighter? For example, let's say the first fight is Yoga vs. Tai Chi. Who would win? Also who would win the tournament?
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  2. Savatuer is offline

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    7/23/2005 6:24pm


     Style: TSD, Kung-Fu, Wrestling

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    As a bonus, the fighters could be old and/or overweight.
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    Posted On:
    7/23/2005 6:26pm


     Style: MMA/JKD

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    Which video did the guy watch?
  4. Savatuer is offline

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    7/23/2005 6:28pm


     Style: TSD, Kung-Fu, Wrestling

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    "Which video did the guy watch?"

    Hell, it probably should be one of those " You can be unbeatable just by watching" videos. Mcdojo videos.
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    Posted On:
    7/23/2005 6:30pm

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     Style: Recovery-Fu

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    can we dose them all on acid so they can share the Ki balls and mass K.O. effects ?


    :icon_shak

    *edit* I am serious this effects the results of the matches greatly
    Last edited by BackFistMonkey; 7/23/2005 6:38pm at .
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    7/23/2005 6:32pm


     Style: WC, Shotokan

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    Well only 2 of those are even claiming to be martial arts, plus the video guy.
  7. Savatuer is offline

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    7/23/2005 6:39pm


     Style: TSD, Kung-Fu, Wrestling

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    All of those arts are , remotely, releated to fighting. Pilates was developed as an exercise system for soldiers. Jazzercise has some kickboxing in it. Tai Chi and Yoga are sometimes considered martial arts, with a huge emphasis on the art and healing. Some Yellow Bamboo guys want to summon strength.
  8. CanucKyokushin is offline

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     Style: Not.....working

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    I'd like to see Phill Elmore in a fight to the death with a person who watched that tape.
  9. Gumby is offline

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    7/23/2005 6:57pm


     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    My style focuses solely on how to throw large primates out of properly formed quadrilaterals and octagons. These rules will inhibit me should I decide to fight and I refuse to take that chance. Besides, these techniques may seriously fail in my attempt to kill someone, and Im a peacefull guy =)
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    Posted On:
    7/23/2005 7:00pm


     Style: Judo, Brazilian Jujitsu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savatuer
    Idle thought: What if we took, oh let's say:
    A Tai Chi Chuan practitioner
    A Yellow Bamboo practitioner
    A Yoga practitioner
    A Pilates practitioner
    A Jazzercise practitioner
    A Yogilates practitioner
    A Person Who Watched A Video On How To Fight
    A 5th Degree Dan From A Mcdojo
    Any Other Pseudo-"Martial Arts" Person You Can Think Of

    We take these fighters, making sure they are elite in the knowledge of their style, and we put them in a UFC style elimination tournament against each other. This tournament will have less rules than a normal UFC tournament, the only rules being " No weapons" and " No escaping from, or tossing other fighters out of, the octagon". The fighters would defeat their opponents in a normal MMA fashion. Now, the question is, which practitioners, with the training and conditioning they have, would defeat which other fighter? For example, let's say the first fight is Yoga vs. Tai Chi. Who would win? Also who would win the tournament?


    This would be HILARIOUS!!! If we couldn't do it for real it would make a GREAT video script just for fun. Call it Bullshido FC or Bullshido Fighting Championship.
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