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    In KSW, does a black belt mean that you're an expert practitioner?

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    BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer. Join us... or die

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    So.. from what I can gather from the internet, a mastery of KuK Sool Won grants the ability to manipulate still photographs to make it seem like a raised eyebrow has caused your opponent to fly through the air as if struck by a large moving vehicle (possibly a bus, use your discretion here).

    Truely amazing.

    Edit: haha, that last picture is great, the guy's expression in the middle says it all: "WTF ARE WE DOING!?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawarma
    In KSW, does a black belt mean that you're an expert practitioner?
    No, like any KMA, it means you've learned the basics. Theoretically, it's like graduating from high school. You've got the bare essentials to survive, but it's not going to be enough. You need more training.

    WHICH MEANS THEY STILL SHOULDN'T BE FUCKING GIVING THEM OUT TO ANYONE UNDER 18!

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    We've hit pics of disaster pay dirt!


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    *SMACK* "You best tell that nasty ho that you ain't comin' back to her, you my baby daddy and she better step the **** off." *head wiggle*

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    Those are some crazy ass uniforms. And that brings up another point... Why still wear any uniform at all, unless you are doing grappling that requires a Gi (Sambo, BJJ...?) Wouldnt it just be better to train in shorts and tee shirt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEtrainer
    Those are some crazy ass uniforms. And that brings up another point... Why still wear any uniform at all, unless you are doing grappling that requires a Gi (Sambo, BJJ...?) Wouldnt it just be better to train in shorts and tee shirt?
    I actually love my gi pants. The jacket doesn't matter, but I really feel very comforatable in the pants. More so then say something I would wear to the gym to work out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEtrainer
    Those are some crazy ass uniforms. And that brings up another point... Why still wear any uniform at all, unless you are doing grappling that requires a Gi (Sambo, BJJ...?) Wouldnt it just be better to train in shorts and tee shirt?

    Nah, that would ruin the fun.

    For example:


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    Your logic is completely flawed...

    Which is easier to evade?

    A. A round house kick coming from 5-6 feet away
    B. A knee kick coming from 18 inches away.

    If you said B, then you truly are a moron.

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