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    Wow good find . We are on a real roll with Christian Martial Artists ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Delusional Biography
    Mas Guru Jason Heriford is the Master Instructor of the American Martial Arts Academy. He has 25 years experience as a Martial Artist, beginning with Kung Fu, Traditional Shito Ruy and Shoto Kan Karate, Tai Chi, Judo, Ju Jitsu, Pankration, Kickboxing, Kali and Pencak Silat. Mas Guru Jason is also the Regional Director for the World Kali Silat Society, and has many protégé Gurus of the Sina Tirsia Wali system of Kali Silat sharing the art in clubs and academies all across the Midwest.

    Mas Guru Jason is a Christian, and he advocates Kingdom Living as a way of life integrated into the Martial Arts way of life. He is also a family man, devoted to his wife, and co-owner of the Academy, Kerry Heriford, and the father of the two greatest girls in all the world. For Jason the operation of the American Martial Arts Academy is a way to serve the Creator by positively changing lives through sharing and practicing his most diverse Martial Art.
    Holy **** man ...

    kung Fu, Traditional Shito Ruy and Shoto Kan Karate, Tai Chi, Judo, Ju Jitsu, Pankration, Kickboxing, Kali and Pencak Silat .


    What a resume ..... I just wish he could decide exactly what he is teaching ... is it Kali or Silat ?
    Quote Originally Posted by ghost55 View Post
    Violence is pretty uncommon in clubs in this area, and the dude didn't seem particularly hostile up until the moment he slapped me.
    “I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by WFMurphyPhD View Post
    Slamming the man in the bottom position from time to time keeps everybody on their toes and discourages butt scooting stupidity.

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    Sensei Lucas Predmore is advertised as an experienced "cage fighter." Sherdog turns up zero fights under this name so if he has any experience it's in an amateur circuit.

    Sensei Darren Gamblin is advertised as an experienced ring fighter at age... 16. Meaning he's been gaining ring experience at what... age 14 and 15? I'm unaware as to what counts as ring experience, but I'm gonna go ahead and bet he simply hit puberty slightly before his opponents resulting in a few wins. He's also heading towards a career in Pro Wrestling?

    Sensei Kerry is a ninja.

    etc.

    They have a wide variety of martial artists under one roof, but in the end they all seem to look like XMA guys.

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    They seem to sponsor their own tournaments as well... maybe fighting in a school tournament counts as ring experience?

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    Why would this lopez dude have his pic done with his arms in the worst position possible?
    Quote Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
    I would so do Buttsecks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
    Sensei Lucas Predmore is advertised as an experienced "cage fighter." Sherdog turns up zero fights under this name so if he has any experience it's in an amateur circuit.

    Sensei Darren Gamblin is advertised as an experienced ring fighter at age... 16. Meaning he's been gaining ring experience at what... age 14 and 15? I'm unaware as to what counts as ring experience, but I'm gonna go ahead and bet he simply hit puberty slightly before his opponents resulting in a few wins. He's also heading towards a career in Pro Wrestling?

    Sensei Kerry is a ninja.

    etc.

    They have a wide variety of martial artists under one roof, but in the end they all seem to look like XMA guys.
    http://fcfighter.brinkster.net/fight...ghterID=257277

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    I think this one just about says it all. Also --->:biblethum

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    I just noticed how close they were to me, only 3, maybe 3 1/2 hours away. I'm contemplating a visit.

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    Thanks. Amateur fight circuit as I thought.

    His only wins are against a guys with records of 0-2 and 1-5. Not exactly an impressive resume, but it's nice to see they weren't lying about his cage experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
    Thanks. Amateur fight circuit as I thought.

    His only wins are against a guys with records of 0-2 and 1-5. Not exactly an impressive resume, but it's nice to see they weren't lying about his cage experience.
    he's called "the predator"... oh my :D

    I thought it was in bad taste to give yourself a nickname, guess he'll find out later

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    Quote Originally Posted by airman kai
    I just noticed how close they were to me, only 3, maybe 3 1/2 hours away. I'm contemplating a visit.
    Naw, you need to visit Texas my friend. After talking smack about the Texas Kali Association your credability here is in question. We can all see this guy is 80 cents short of a dollar but your out there in internet land dissing respectable martial artists. Here is an example of your jargon including how you storm dojos and make challenges... Now it's time to step up. Maybe visit this guy first to warm up for your Texas challenge.

    This is a perfect example of martial arts stupidity. Dead patterns at their worst.
    Well, I do, albeit in a more inspecific way. I goto many local dojo/dojangs and engage them in open challenge. Now, half of them show their lack of credibility by offereing excuses like, "OMG our stylez so teh d34dly that we don't want to hurt you," or "We don't have to prove anything to a non-ninja like you!" The rest, I teach the concept of reality (with the exception of one, where I got my face owned off by a FANTASTIC boxer).
    SO, to finally get to my point... I would most definitely make a visit to this austin based school. Except I DON'T LIVE NEAR TEXAS. This video still sucks though, Mr Sticks. That **** would get your ass owned in ANY situation that resembles a real fight.
    Well, internet tough guy, not everybody has the funds t ojet off to TX when the ywant to throw down. That and my obligations are to USAF, not myself. Why do you thin I never get out of my local area? It's cause leave doesn't accrue all that fast. And I have no money. I'm a freakin' airman, not a captain.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yvrvo...=stickfighting

    Texas Kali Association
    You know, those guys trained who's teachers are directly under Gaje himself.
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