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    got a doubt

    is it true that a yelow belt of ninjitsu can beat a black belt of other stykes and is it effective the style FAST of that guy dux?? please aswer me jejejejeje and for the moment i say bye

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    A yellow belt in ninjitsu actually counts as negative training, so no.

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    well thanks shuma gorath and the same to you fried

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    este sorry if i did something wrong but whats a troll? when i know what's that then i can stop being it jejejeje

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    Quote Originally Posted by glamdrig
    is it true that a yelow belt of ninjitsu can beat a black belt of other stykes and is it effective the style FAST of that guy dux?? please aswer me jejejejeje and for the moment i say bye
    uhmmm i think a yellow belt of ninjitsu could probably beat a taekwondo black belt quite easily, and a wing chun sash, but not a klingon batleth fighter...all jokes aside buddy you should be giving up your hatsumi ninja games for some real combat training in cardio boxing, if you think you are very tough yellow belt then you are in for a surprise or 2 with the training you will recieve in cardio boxing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnosis
    uhmmm i think a yellow belt of ninjitsu could probably beat a taekwondo black belt quite easily, and a wing chun sash, but not a klingon batleth fighter...all jokes aside buddy you should be giving up your hatsumi ninja games for some real combat training in cardio boxing, if you think you are very tough yellow belt then you are in for a surprise or 2 with the training you will recieve in cardio boxing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAYoung
    Oh, that's so sweet - the trolls are talking. It's like Shrek, except the ogres have been replaced by who-know-whats...
    whats with these karate and kempo people? ive knocked you people out with jabs, cant take a punch, cant throw a punch, and then they talk about kicks and dance around showing me their backs and exposing targets...clown dancing try hard japanese wannabes.

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