5/16/2006 8:34am, #11
Congrats on the win.Legendary Street Fighter
5/16/2006 9:01am, #12
Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
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5/16/2006 9:13am, #13
Congrats Kat!Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
5/16/2006 9:32am, #14
goodness! The suspense and Shyamalan-like twist at the end had my heart a flutter.
Good Job. Can't wait for the video.
5/16/2006 9:34am, #15
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5/16/2006 9:36am, #16
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Good job and congratuations!
News like this makes me happy that I don't attend throwdowns so I can't get my ass beat by a girl.. heh.
How much do you train anyways? And do you have another job?
5/16/2006 9:37am, #17
Awesome Kat, nice work!
5/16/2006 10:27am, #18
I fought too, but I was too reserved and spent too much time trying to save energy (I was afraid of gassing out this fight) so they gave the other girl the decision. I felt like I had the upper hand the second and third rounds of my match (especially the third), but apparently the judges didn't think so. The fact that my opponent was the home town hero and personal friends with the people judging my fight (aswell as the promoter's fighter) I'm sure didn't the decision for her.
Here's the video of my fight http://rapidshare.de/files/20579117/...Sturm.wmv.html
And fucking spinning back fists! She didn't land a single one this time, and got countered each time she attempted one, but the crowd cheered and the person writing the descriptions for the fights seemed to think it did. Fucking bastards.Ranked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm
5/16/2006 10:42am, #19
Me Vs C T:
She was the first opponent I faced and was the favorite to win the tournament. She's an instructor at Duke Roofus' gym and has a record of 2-0. She's also completely ripped and quite muscular. The cute thing was she climbed in the ring and started giving me a staredown and trying to look scary the whole time while I was standing in my corner dancing to the music they had playing. Bitch didn't touch gloves before or after the fight and never said a word to me. Most unfriendly opponent I've ever had. From what I heard she was completely cocky about winning this, and I think it shows in the vid when things get started. She doesnt seem to think I've got **** for her. I really would like a rematch at 160~ , the weight cutting completely killed me about halfway through. I feel like I'd maul her if i didnt have to cut or at least had more time to recover from it.
The second fight of the bracket put me up against Kara Potter, who the night before beaten Kaitlyn Young (a TKD instructor) by tanking up, ignoring all Kaitlyns kicks and just punching her repeatedly in every exchange. I was kind of glad in the end when I saw kara in action and saw her win because as a puncher I knew she'd pretty much be playing my game and I knew I was better at it. I was in better shape for this fight having had overnight to rehydrate and get some food in me. I thought about breaking out some flashy crowd pleasing slipping and stuff but decided I'd rather play it safe and make sure I leave with the belt this time around.
5/16/2006 11:12am, #20
Well done Anna....... well done."We spoke to them in the only language they understood: the machine gun"