1/31/2006 3:00pm, #191
Originally Posted by Kidspatula
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Not every kick or punch thrown results in a KO... but considering how he was backing up all the time, he was obviously hurt....
1/31/2006 3:03pm, #192Originally Posted by MistaKickz
Good thing Iīve a good memory for iddle things.
Take a look at this thread by HAPKO3.
A lyrical digression. In 91, they were finally visited by a group from Korea, I think from the Dzhun Ri fund. 6 guys all no less than 3rd dan, their leader was 5th dan. And about 10 more guys to de demonstrations on. The local TKD students, who thought these were higher beings of some sort, demonstrated all they knew. All of their two forms, and whatever else they came up with on their own. The group from Korea didn't bother hiding their disdain. Then their leader asked the instructor "Where did you see this?" He told them. Then he said "This isn't TKD. This is bullshit. No one does forms like that. You need to go to Tashkent, and learn from our authorized instructors, then you have to get certified, and then..." And so on and so fourth. Then they did their own demonstrations. According to their sparring rules. What was going on in the instructors mind there and then, no one knows. What was going on inside his students, whose "sensei" was made to look like a fool in front of their very eyes is also unknown. The instructor, though, acted rationally. He asked the Koreans to let his "kids" spar with the big boys, you know, to see what they should aspire to become. The Koreans agreed. Then he picked out 10 of his best students, those that could with a punch smash a raw potato that was thrown up in the air (This was a rite of passage of sorts among them).
When the Koreans, beaten literally almost to death were being dragged into the bus, the instructor called over their leader. He cautiously approached. He handed the Korean a brick, told him to hold it out, snapped out with his fist. The Korean looked at the two neat halves of the brick. The instructor looked him in the eyes, and said "This is TKD. What you call TKD is fucking worthless". Adjusted his "unauthorized" black belt, turned around and left. Needless to say, the Koreans never returned.
I may be going to a shaolin temple to learn teh R34L LOL GONG FU TEE HEE.
DerAuslander puts the "do" in Tae Kwon Do!
Pagan puts the Kok in Kok Sool Wonīt.
1/31/2006 3:06pm, #193Originally Posted by SlydermvRanked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm
1/31/2006 3:18pm, #194
[QUOTE=Lights OutDerAuslander puts the "do" in Tae Kwon Do![/QUOTE]
1/31/2006 3:19pm, #195
TKD fighters in kickboxing or full-contact rules matches Iīve seen tend to have a helluva stamina... but usually lack in accuracy.
If they manage to intimidate his opponent with the flashy stuff, they usually win... on points.
1/31/2006 3:21pm, #196Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
Like... TKD works... or something.
1/31/2006 3:23pm, #197
MistaKickz: If I have to explain to you why my response of "taekwonpenis" to your sandy vagina comments is hilarious, then you are obviously not using enough controlled substances.
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1/31/2006 3:25pm, #198
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Either way.... TKD now officially owns boxing bitches.. whahahahah!
1/31/2006 3:29pm, #199Originally Posted by Lights Out
1/31/2006 3:30pm, #200