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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud Shi Dist
    Lethal Weapon: Triangle Choke
    Fight Club: Rear Naked Choke
    Mr & Mrs. Smith: Armbar
    Blade Trinity: Omaplata and Armbar
    Ranked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm

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    Everything i know, i learned from Jackie chan movies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidspatula
    Blade Trinity: Omaplata and Armbar
    An omoplata? Are you serious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kengou
    An omoplata? Are you serious?
    Yeah, I do believe that's what he did
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    Blade 2: Vertical suplex-holding the guy vertical for a few seconds before landing. Snipes must watch WWF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da SHreDdA
    what styles were used that u practice in the films!!!!

    also...

    what style did....

    bruce leeroy and sho'nuff use in the last dragon...

    daniel san in karate kid...

    what style was the cobra kai...
    i used to practice snake and crane like the jackie chan movie...also shaolin wooden men.

    bruce lee (NOT LEEROY) did chinese wing chun in the last dragon

    the kid in karate kid did karate (duh!)

    cobra kai was cobra style karate, similiar to chinese snake style.

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    The 'Ninjas' in the James Bond movie 'You only live Twice' are mostly Kyokushin Karate from Oyama's own Dojo in Tokyo.In Fact ,Sean Conery was made an Honorary Branch leader.

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    what was used in best of the best and best of the best 2? in part 1 they are doin karate and do a karate tourny then next thing u kno they takin on a tae kwon do team and taking part in a tae kwon do tourny...did they mix suttin up? also what was used in part 2? tommy leeroy was my favorite in part 2

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    Everything in "Best of the Best' was TKD.Part ****'n 1.Part ****'n 2 .Part ****'n whatever.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da SHreDdA
    what was used in best of the best and best of the best 2? in part 1 they are doin karate and do a karate tourny then next thing u kno they takin on a tae kwon do team and taking part in a tae kwon do tourny...did they mix suttin up? also what was used in part 2? tommy leeroy was my favorite in part 2
    why do you even care? do you really think THEY (best of the best guys) would last a second in the ring with a real cardio boxer? WTF your messed if you think that, those guys are IN THE MOVIES! they are not real...like i used to be in to the whole jackie chan snake style thing, eventually i realized it wouldn't work because it lacks the vital cardiovascular component WHICH IS NECESSARY to instill a 'fighters spirit' in the combatant and be able to prevail against opponents who can be of all sizes, not that size matters when it comes to a real martial contest, which i have fought against sparring.

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