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  1. Roidie McDouchebag is offline
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     Style: Snatch Wrestling

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Ok, if I get evidence of a TKD black belt saying TKD sucks, would that be good enough?

    And I don't mean Osiris.
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     Style: Sanda, BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taekwon
    I was thinking of taking up Freestyle Wrestling at my college. I've had people tell me though, that the Freestyle style isn't very good for self defense. I don't know what to think though.

    Is Freestyle Wrestling good for fighting? MMA?
    What Asia said. It's good.
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     Style: Taekwondo, Boxing (?)

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    lol... "I choke you"... You just don't get it, do you buddy? Words don't mean anything. Your blackbelt friend can suck on his own nuts. It's not my fault he sucks at it. It makes sense he would hate Taekwondo. If he gets his ass kicked everyday...

    Hell man, that's why I gave up on that game, Counter-Strike. Heh...
  4. Roidie McDouchebag is offline
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    Posted On:
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     Style: Snatch Wrestling

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    He didn't suck, there was just better stuff available, like Muay Thai. He uses kicking techniques he picked up in TKD, but his MT is what he uses to beat people.

    Also...seriously, how do you defend against grappling with TKD, how?
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     Style: Taekwondo, Boxing (?)

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    Ok man. Let me set the record straight. I have no intention of getting into a flame war with you so let me break this down for you calmly.

    1. "How can you defend grappling with just TKD?" was your question.

    The short answer: Just gotta do your best to stay on your feet.

    2. I understand TKD has its problems and shortcomings that TKD organizations need to address - and quickly. I also know that TKD is not complete (but neither is any single art). Despite these shortcomings, I truly cannot see why people say TKD sucks other than out of pure ignorance.

    When people argue that MT and KickB have better hands and close range fighting than TKD... Ok. But when they cross the line and say better kicks than TKD... TKD is by far the best kicking art, hands down.
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    Ok, I'm not denying it's the best for kicking. As long as you learn to apply the kicks properly, in a non-point-sparring setting.

    As for:

    The short answer: Just gotta do your best to stay on your feet.
    The short answer: It doesn't work.
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     Style: MMA/Pankration

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    One time, I sparred with this TKD guy. He was pissing me off with all his fancy **** so hit him in the nuts with a spinning back kick. Funny thing is, I wasn't going for his nuts and the reason I did bag tag him was he did a spinning back kick at the same time.
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     Style: Wrestling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taekwon
    I was thinking of taking up Freestyle Wrestling at my college. I've had people tell me though, that the Freestyle style isn't very good for self defense. I don't know what to think though.

    Is Freestyle Wrestling good for fighting? MMA?


    It's good for everything. Do it!
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  9. Cassius is online now
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     Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

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    What's up Janggoon. Haven't seen you trolling in awhile. I like the new handle. I suppose you'll be banned in a few short hours.
    "No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal
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     Style: MT/SUB GRAPPLING

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakinonioi
    It's good for everything. Do it!
    I had heard that it was bad for hemorroids.
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