Article: WEC Event: Hapkido Represented....
WEC Event: Hapkido Represented....
Troy Miller just sent me this email wanted me to let everybody know so here it is. Hapkido represented Thursday the 18th of August. TUF fighter Chris Sanford will also be on the card I'll be in his corner so if you're there look me up.
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8/06/2005 7:44pm, #2
- Join Date
- Jan 2005
Any word on another rematch with him and John P? Since last time he had to stop for medical reasons.
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8/06/2005 8:26pm, #3
Is it Hapkido as it's taught in 95% of the schools in the US, or Hapkido that magically uses the guard, triangle chokes, heel hooks, etc, or in other words, BJJ/Judo/SubGrappling under the Hapkido name?
8/06/2005 11:20pm, #4
The first. It's a traditional Hapkido School.
8/06/2005 11:42pm, #5
8/06/2005 11:58pm, #6
We'll see how it plays out. . .
I know what Phrost means: Most TMA schools spar like boxers/kickboxers.
8/07/2005 12:33am, #7Originally Posted by Meex
8/07/2005 2:09am, #8Originally Posted by Ikken Hisatsu
Most TMA-ers, when sparring, will imitate the stances and ready position they perceive is being practiced by those trained in boxing and kickboxing. And then
proceed to throw techniques that are neither their ma, nor prober boxing techniques.
That sounds stupid. Thanks.
8/07/2005 2:22am, #9Originally Posted by Ikken Hisatsu
I have a 12-1 kickboxing record with a 3-1 3 ko's amateur and 8-0 pro fights with 8 ko's. I've technically never done an ounce of formal boxing or kickboxing for my first 11 fights. Please take your opinion and shove it up your ass.
8/07/2005 6:19am, #10
Ouch. Let us know how the Hapkido fight turns out, though."Prison is for rapists, thieves and murderers. If you lock someone up for smoking a plant that makes them happy, you're the fucking criminal." - Joe Rogan
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