Posted On:5/24/2006 3:12pm
Style: BJJ, Judo
I totally feel prepared to take on four guys holding down my arms and legs.
Actually, I'm so psyched I may just go out and start some **** right now.
Posted On:5/24/2006 4:18pm
Style: Enshin Karate
I can't tell you the number of times I've been in a situation where four guys are holding all four of my limbs and I wonder to myself "gee, as impractical as it is to hold all four of my limbs instead of just kicking me on the ground, I sure wish I knew a series of techniques to slightly knock out each of these guys..."
If the guys are holding all four limbs how does the guy expect to break free from their grip in the first place? In most circumstances it's hard to break free of one man's grip, let alone four. If I yanked the guy off balance and broke his grip it's somewhat assumed that I'd use this new arm of devastation to do just as it should to everyone, there's no real technique or drill it's just "their limbs are busy holding onto yours, punch'em in the face and run"
resident sick ****
Posted On:5/25/2006 1:51am
Style: Being a total psychopath
Originally Posted by sfe
I seriously think the black guy in the picture is him. I'll have to ask him about it among other things.
Posted On:5/25/2006 1:52am
Originally Posted by isol8d
If the surgery goes well, I might be recovered in time for the 2006 Taiji Legacy san shou tournament in Dallas. I'd love to take some time to visit this place.
Me and Losstrak live here. The MMA Kid lives here too though.......
Crouching Philosopher, Hidden Philosopher
Posted On:5/25/2006 1:59am
Style: n/a (ex-Karate)
Originally Posted by HoratioHooah
He also ends the "matches" with "matte"
Well, there you are. He's consistently 'cosmopolitan' in his jargon.
Maybe he ends his classes with 'ciao'.
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