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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I live in Frederick and train in Gaithersburg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meager
    There's plenty of Muay Thai in the DC area, but he's "not interested in training for the ring".
    I guess I can't count that out until I've done it, I suppose. I think MMA is one of the best things to finally happen to martial arts. I'm not jocko enough for it I guess. Okay, I just wanna learn effective street self-defense. And I'd love to move to Austin, but the fams all here.

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    Protip: The existence of "old style" Muay Thai is not an excuse to do what is, for all intents and purposes, Silat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bastard78
    I guess I can't count that out until I've done it, I suppose. I think MMA is one of the best things to finally happen to martial arts. I'm not jocko enough for it I guess. Okay, I just wanna learn effective street self-defense. And I'd love to move to Austin, but the fams all here.

    Then modern Thai kickboxing will be every bit as effective as "traditional" muay thai. Just take BJJ or judo or something to supplement it.
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    tru but, why go through the trouble of learning a new MA if I (or anyone else) already trains in MT and theres a style of it that consist of ground fighting? it would be smarter to learn somthin that already incorperatres your MA.

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