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    I already did it but still wanted to post on Benny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LORD ASIA
    Lets kill the BENNY Thing right now.

    From BENNY's website.


    So lets see his mother was a ProWreslter his father was a Pro Boxer.

    He studied under Ed Parker (American Kenpo), Taky Kubota (Karate), Bill Ryusaki (Kenpo or Kenpo Karate as they call it), Clarence Akuda (Karate). Hmmm where is the TKD? Benny called his system UKIDOKAN KARATE.

    Lastly at Benny's Gym they do NOT teach TKD.

    American Kickboxing was pioneered in 1969 it was developed by KARATEKA not TKD . KICKBOXING itself started in JAPAN by one of Mas Oyama's students who fough in Thai land. He came back and established the sport format of KICKBOXING (muay thai with now elbows or knees) in the mid 60's. TKD's influence 0!

    This definitively shows Pagan doesn't know dick.
    My father had some Black and white photos of some thing call French rule boxing from Indochina in the Mid 50s {no knees or elbows}Does it have any role in the history of kick boxing?

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    Are you talking about Savate? French Kickboxing?

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    I don't know if it was the same or if it was something based on that , or some mixed game they just play with the French there.

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    Someone mentioned the TKD fighter being a smart ass. I noticed that too. A real TKD fighter wouldn't have acted like that (usually). This guy was garbage. And who says a TKD fighter can't punch? You ever seen Yermaz from Turkey? Most of his moves are TKD but most of his wins came from his boxing. If punches to the head were allowed then of cource a TKD fighter would punch to the head too. Might not be as effective as an elbow from a Thai fighter but it will work.

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    Oh and about Benny.. He lost to two Thai fighters. Even though he claims to have won both of those it's clear that he truely lost. But oh well, he beat some of em too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MistaKickz
    Someone mentioned the TKD fighter being a smart ass...
    yes, before the thread derailment, i mentioned that the guy had a look of "yea nice one but you still aint ****" kind of look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MistaKickz
    Someone mentioned the TKD fighter being a smart ass. I noticed that too. A real TKD fighter wouldn't have acted like that (usually).
    I know many cocky Korean TKDers. Hell when I was Korean they'd have the smirk when you step up to fight. It didn't last long with me but I've seen others act like total dicks all the time. It has nothing to do with TKD but all to do with the individual.

    And who says a TKD fighter can't punch? You ever seen Yermaz from Turkey? Most of his moves are TKD but most of his wins came from his boxing.
    You said it yourself hes wins came from his BOXING and NOT TKD when punching is invovled. Pure TKD guys can't punch worth a damn. It further ingrained in the sport. Note how the hands are down in your vid and the ones I posted.

    If punches to the head were allowed then of cource a TKD fighter would punch to the head too.
    Yeah but like his kicks vs the MT kicks they wouldn't be much of a threat.
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    That's pretty typical sport fighter attidute. Brush off the hard shot to make the oppisite fighter think that his kicks aren't doing damage. It's part of the game. And MisterKickz... sure the TKD guy coulda punched, but he would have gotten beating alot faster as most TKD schools out there don't really punch at all. He likely dosen't have much of a punching skill set.

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    That dude sucks.

    TKD sucks.

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