Thread: Mr. Muscles…Big for nothing!
4/08/2006 2:17pm, #11Originally Posted by SFGOON
I know. We did some joint training with the seals in indy a year couple of years ago. They go to ft. Attabury for some sniper course. They use the old central state hospital for room clearing and ask for off duty police officers to play armed bad guys. We sit in the rooms with a 9mm and simunition and wait for the door to come open.
At any rate, No navy seals are not martial arts killers, but mentaly they are bad asses....or mabey not. They dont have the jackets, tattos, white trash beards, bald heads, bulging muscles, stink eys. Mabey i was wrong about them...i mean they shot the hell out of me with thier sissy Mp5s but those are just toys right?
4/08/2006 2:18pm, #12
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4/08/2006 2:19pm, #13Originally Posted by LORD ASIA
Did that make me a bad person? Or does being a bad person make me a bad person?
4/08/2006 2:28pm, #14
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First off, you did a good thing smacking him. At the very least, you gave him an opportunity to learn why haymakers don't work. This tells me you are a good teacher, willing to help even a fucking moron become wiser.
The "Mr Muscles" character you present pisses me off for a number of reasons. Firstly, he makes pple with tats look dumber by associating himself with them by tattooing himself. Secondly he makes everyone who acutally trains to fight look like thugs, simply because he professes to be a "fighter" or a "mixed martial artist" and then goes looking for trouble. This creates a false consciousness in the public's mind about boxers, cage fighters and MA fighters. In my experience, none of the above go out of their way to pick up injuries. But the public see the guy who proclaims himself a fighter causing trouble and blame the things with which he inappriorately and incorrectly associates himself. Thirdly, like some others have pointed out he bitches about hurt, as it shouldn't happen to him- he's also the first to pull a knife. (In my mind these two things are connected) Fourly, there is more than one instance of this TAPOUT gear wearing twat. Finally he is a closet homosexual- not that homosexuality is to be despised, but pretending not to be and fronting a caricature of masculinity to hide behind is pathetic.
4/08/2006 2:28pm, #15Originally Posted by broken fingers
LOL...Coming from the guy that does exactly the same thing on a constant basis.
4/08/2006 2:38pm, #16A cage-fighting t-shirt, tattoos, and countless hours pushing iron don’t make a fighter. Years of solid training, injuries, broken noses, fat lips, blown knees, hurt elbows, peeing blood, and doing it all again tomorrow make a good fighter. Some of the toughest guys I ever fought worked at best buy, or fixing computers, or even teaching high school biology. All the tattoos, shaved heads and muscles don’t make you tough
The toughest guys I ever knew never showed off or acted tough. The ironic thing? Everyone knew they were tough anyways; some guys you just know.
4/08/2006 2:40pm, #17Originally Posted by BoardHitBack
You feel my pain! for the last 25 years I have ran with the fighter crowd. We fight for glory...or for money. I can't really think of anyone good that fights at the bar to prove something.
I geuss there are posers in any hobby or pursuit. They just get on my nerves. Kind of like the dentist that decides to get a harley, wear leather, a chain wallet. and act like a biker on the weekend.
4/08/2006 2:46pm, #18
Motherfuckers always insist on learning **** the hard way.
4/08/2006 2:55pm, #19Originally Posted by wagamichi
At least the mysterious asian senior citizens didn't threaten us...
4/08/2006 2:55pm, #20
I know I'm gonna restart the "grappling vs. striking" bullcrap again with this statement, but I just gotta say that with the popularity of grappling increasing, the popularity of getting hit fucking hard in sparring has decreased. I know too many guys that when I bring out the gloves go "Hey man, let's just roll". Not saying this is every grappler (the one's who train for MMA of course can bang), but it's just fuckin' annoying =P
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