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    Every martial art has potential if you spar and try to apply your techniques in a setting where the person is resisting! Although, I think it'd be funny for someone to make some kind of Cheapshot-do. The art of attacking someone who doesnt know you're going to attack them! Perform deadly wristlocks and all sorts of unrealistic moves. I'm sure you could do a double spin jumping kick to someone who was standing waiting for a bus... just attack them from behind!

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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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    That's called street-fighting: hit them before they hit you, preferably while they're looking in an entirely different direction and don't even know they're in a fight yet. You don't need to train it, you just have to know when's the right time to do it. :P

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    What style of kung fu do you do Omega? I don't believe that you ever answered that... Sorry if I missed it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Street_Fighter
    What style of kung fu do you do Omega? I don't believe that you ever answered that... Sorry if I missed it...
    Click on his profile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
    It is Fake?? What Asia meant when he was talking about 'traditional' in MMA guys is the Budo spirit they showed in the ring.The never say die attitude they show when they are punching it out. It has nothing to do with how low someone can go in a front-leaning stance. Itís about following the warrior spirit to train and to fight.
    Budo has nothing to do with it nor does MMA.

    Personally, I feel he means MMA cross trains. Something many (if not all) Masters did back in the day. I think it is the fact they test there skills. The problem is it stopped. Now when people see KK or MMA theycan't believe CMA ever fought.


    Quote Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
    The reason why I showed the link to Stances of disaster was to show that those weird stances mimicking catís and cranes those not work and probably never did anyway.
    Same applies to your art.

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    whaddya weigh in at in the red trunks? The guy in the black trunks looked a weight class higher, unless you're in superheavy, which I doubt. Good stuff.

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    So no opinions on bunkai?

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    Quote Originally Posted by isol8d
    whaddya weigh in at in the red trunks? The guy in the black trunks looked a weight class higher, unless you're in superheavy, which I doubt. Good stuff.
    My weight in that fight was 201 with clothes on. His weight was 225 after dropping from 250. He squeaked into the weight class @ 206 34 hours earlier. My typical fight weight is between 170 and 185.

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    I stand by what I said before. Not a human... What kinda of mythical beast were you bred from?! Something Beowulf tried to kill no doubt

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    Omega, is it true that your nose cannot be broken because there isn't actual bone within it? I think I read that somewhere awhile back.

    If so, how many pro fighters would love to have that for an asset?

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