Posted On:4/11/2006 12:19pm
Style: Koei-Kan, Aikido
Originally Posted by Samuel Browning
I've read many of the reviews on his site. Some are good, some are questionable, but some like the reviews of SCARS and Chris Cluggston's tapes were priceless. And yes I could very well believe he's been personally threatened. There are a lot of screwed up martial arts masters in this world.
I don't doubt that he's been threatened in some way, but to have someone say "The actual call I got from the head of my association said "(BLANK) called me and says he knows high-ranking military officials in Washington DC that can ruin my military career..." ??? That has the BS meter pegged.
Posted On:4/11/2006 12:52pm
This guy has issues. The more I read the less I believe his version. I believe he was threatened for teaching stuff he wasn't qualified to teach.
The best part is a contradiction of styles.
Here is his training:
Mike Brown = 3 years
Robert Allemier = 1.5 years
Larry Wheeler = 1.5 years
Bill Pettypool = 6 months private
Randy Rudeen = 3 months private
Frankie Feltrop = 2 months private
Keith Yates = 1-2 months
Royce Young = 1-2 months
Total TKD Training = 7 years!
Mr. Mann did very well in American Kenpo, and credits the grueling quality training, along with excellent skill and speed he'd gained from Larry Wheeler, to his rapid advancement. He certainly progressed quicker-than-most, earning his 1st Dan in "Parker style" American Kenpo nearly 2 years after his departure from TKD.
Thus, after 9 years of Karate training, Mr. Mann finally achieved his goal of becoming a 1st Dan in Karate!
Yes, there is a total of 9 years training. Yet how does
7 years TKD+2 YearsKarate=9 years of Kararte?
Let alone quiting TKD due to a debilitaing back injury and surgery to take up Karate. WTF??
Posted On:4/11/2006 3:56pm
about "martial artists from Texas" taking care of the problem:
Posted On:4/11/2006 3:58pm
Here's those martial artists from Texas
...is THE PENETRATOR
Posted On:4/11/2006 4:47pm
Style: German longsword, .45 ACP
You know, I really wonder who might have been threatening him. I mean, the reviews are practically uniformly positive for the biggest fraudsters.
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