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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Yes, it's true.

    I don't have a bone in my nose either.

    pfft... Imagine... omega with a bone in his nose... lol!
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Yes, I was born with no cartiliedge in my nose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliKyle
    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?

    Well, that is sort of true of everyone. It is more true for omega.


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    Cat stance and all the other stance do work, but I don't know why everyone is fixated that CMA guys have to fight from those stance, they never meant to. Those stance are meant to strengthen the legs and over exaggerate execution of power.

    If you look at MMA fights, the stances they take when they do a sprawl or a punch or to deflect a shoot are all shallow stance of a CMA. CMA stance are deep to develop correct posture, but it will never work in a real fight as it was in the first place never meant to. It is like doing skipping and hitting a speed bag, but doesn't mean we going to skip or dribble our opponents to death, although that would be really interesting.

    I don't know why some CMA school insist on fighting from those stance, it is really beyond me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jungle-mania
    If you look at MMA fights, the stances they take when they do a sprawl or a punch or to deflect a shoot are all shallow stance of a CMA.
    I doubt this very much. Do you even know how to sprawl?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaiboxerken
    I doubt this very much. Do you even know how to sprawl?!
    Did you seriously ask a san shou fighter if they knew how to sprawl?

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    Yes, because of his post, not because of his "style" field.

    Perhaps what wrestlers consider a sprawl is different than in China.

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    Omega, just admit you lied about the whole kung fu thing and actually do boxing and muay thai already
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidspatula
    Omega, just admit you lied about the whole kung fu thing and actually do boxing and muay thai already
    You'd have to admit you were doing TKD with elbows and knees first.

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    There is no such thing as TKD with elbows and knees.

    However, Muay Thai + throws = Sanda.

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