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  1. sidran is offline

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    Posted On:
    5/23/2006 12:42am


     Style: Kung fu, Jiu-jitsu

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by PointyShinyBurn
    It's because Pancrase rules at the time didn't allow closed fist strikes to the head.

    I will not mock you for not knowing this, because your first post concerned Bas. This is an automatic internet win.

    Dance El Guapo, dance!
    Dude, he was on Martial Law?? Can that show become even more awesome?
  2. sidran is offline

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    5/23/2006 12:48am


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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    After reading the first post I was going to reply saying he probably did that because it was barenuckle and open hand strikes were safer to the head instead of punches.

    But then someone said it was Pancrase rules which apparently bans head punching. So I guess there's nothing much else to say.

    That was a cool video. Spinning backfists are cool. :new_uklia
    Last edited by sidran; 5/23/2006 12:52am at .
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    The problem with doing the judo chop is that you have to simultaneously say the words "JU DO CHOP" as you do the movement for it to be truly effective and with a mouthpiece in, well, you can see what kind of problems you are inviting...
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