Posted On:2/20/2006 2:19pm
ooooooo pretty pretty Wu Shu....er.....Seicho Jutsu
how many time does that "black belt" guy have to get hit in the face before he realizes he needs to shoot and choke Grand Master Red Stripe out?
Posted On:2/20/2006 5:03pm
Style: I/L, Sayoc, Atienza FMA
"These are experts. Trying to copy these techniques will result in injury."
.... indeed. :confused5
Posted On:2/20/2006 5:07pm
They very well could hurt someone doing these techniques without caution. Of course, it would be like letting someone cut you to see if you'll bleed. Doing those techniques on someone who won't let you will be a very hard thing to pull off.
"I feel naked I was so distracted by your penis"
Posted On:2/21/2006 1:04am
Style: Ving Tsun
Wait wait wait.... how is it that nobody here is making fun of the fact that you START with a black belt?
Posted On:2/21/2006 1:25am
Style: HSR, Judo
It's not quite unique. The Green Dragon Kung Fu folks also start with a black sash... still pretty funny, though. I'd be making more fun of the fact that they had grey belts for a while... :P
Posted On:2/21/2006 9:23am
Style: Jujutsu, freestyle Karate
Originally Posted by wagamichi
$100.00 says he bought a tape on Aikido, bought the ashida kim collection, registerd with the "world blackbelt hall of fame", and did not graduate from highschool.
Do you really think he made it to highschool? I bet his students had to convince him to wear those red striped pants. He probably thought a tiger or leopard print would make him look tougher. I wonder what he'd say if I showed up at a seminar dressed up like Rob Halford.
Posted On:2/22/2006 5:06am
Style: Kali/Jun Fan/CSW
Originally Posted by Thaiboxerken
It looks "deadly" enough and the techniques seem like they would certainly break things if pulled off. However, like any "deadly" technique, there really isn't a good way to actually test them out in a live situation. I wouldn't rely on these as a foundation for fighting at all.
Recently (as in, about a month ago), one of our Kali classes had magically transformed into a Silat class. The structure so far is first looking at the "classical" form (pretty) and repeating it until you somewhat get the point and the mechanics behind it, repeat it with a more 'modern' approach (if it's a punch defense, 'uke' throws jab-cross-jab-cross-jab-cross until the cows come home or 'tori' pulls off his technique, whichever comes first) and then drill it again in an alive manner (no designated attacker or defender, try to get your application in when the opportunity is there and if you **** up...hey, there's always ol' trusty cross.).
By that latest step (haven't yet sparred in that class) , it still has its distinct 'flavour' but already looks a lot more like kickboxers (uh, most of us also take Jun Fan classes) who also know O-soto-gari, a few other takedowns and some basic arm- and shoulderlocks.
So far, it's great fun. How much of it holds up in sparring remains to be seen.
Posted On:2/22/2006 11:20am
From my experience, much of it doesn't unless you outskill your opponent by a large amount in the kickboxing and grappling game.
Posted On:2/23/2006 1:31am
Style: Mung Fu
I would simply run in fear, he is clearly to powerful and undoubtably has the entire collection of dragonball dvd's, which my miserable un-worthy self has been as yet unable to aquire
Posted On:2/23/2006 10:59am
I used the deadly wristlock and tapped out two people. They were noobs, obviously.
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