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  1. TaeBo_Master is offline
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    Kamehameha is just a super powered Hadouken anyway. hand position is the same.

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    I'll never respect Newton for DBZJJ sorry... I just can't.

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    I think a key difference between the Kamehameha and the Hadouken is, besides the beam/fireball issue, is the stance from which they are thrown.

    The kamehameha, requiring more bracing power due to the magnitude force projected, is usually thrown from an angled horse stance (while the person throwing it is on the ground), as seen here:


    However, the Hadouken is concerned with projecting the energy forward in the form of a ball that is released into flight (as opposed to a sustained beam). Thus, in an exhibition of Shotokan style bodily coordination, the Hadoken begins, much like the reverse punch, with the feet close together, followed by a simultaneous lunge forward with the palms thrusting forward releasing the fireball, ending in an orthodox long stance, seen here:
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    Point taken. But the original argument was regarding the hands. It had to be, seeing as you can't see Newton's legs or feet in that picture. If you look at the pictures, you'll see the positions of the palms and wrists are all but identical. Apparently a staple for energy-release maneuvers, whether beam form or ball form.

    P.S. The Kamehameha is actually a ball (you'll see times when it's thrown as such). The reason it appears to be a beam is because it has a continuous power feed to it allowing the user to alter direction, and increase the power if need be. Downside being, it requires sustained concentration.

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    Yes yesterday i ran into some trouble for my spirite bomb. *Go figure* Anyhow i was trying to steal power from the sun when i had to use the rest room. So i thought i might be able to leave the gaint fall ball in the air wail i was talking a pooper. came back and the whole city was gone. Damn next time i wear dipers.
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    you forgot Wushu

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    You forget also Tae Bo!
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    That one Kuk Sol Wan Guy destroyed his oppenent in the early UFC. Also Savate is pretty good. I dont know what MT has done to be credited as the best Striking art.
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    Kuk Sol Wan Guy... I believe his name is...

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    That one Kuk Sol Wan Guy destroyed his oppenent in the early UFC. Also Savate is pretty good. I dont know what MT has done to be credited as the best Striking art.

    Welcom to the idiot's convention.

    Let me update you:
    Gary Goodridge was that "Kuk Sool Won" guy. He never really got a blackbelt in it but the UFC was trying to get more Korean styles represented in the game at that time so he entered under that style.

    Let me see if you were to go by everybody's resume it would go like this:
    Kempo: Kieth Hackney, Chuck Lidell

    Taekwondo: Pat Smith, Vernon White, Parker Ray, and Cal Worsham

    Kung-fu:Jason Delucia

    BJJ: whatever

    Judo: Christophe Leninger, Remco Pardoe (jujitsu too),

    Muay Thai: whatever

    Tai chi:bwaahahhaahahahahah (sorry couldn't help myself) and yes there have been Tai chi and "internal" MA guys who've entered MMA

    Jujitsu: Carlos Newton (yes boys he's traditionally trained; idiots), and a few Japanese guys I can't remember.

    Karate: You know, I can't name one except a prelim bout in UFC 5 with some guy named Gossett.

    SAMBO: Gokor Chav...blah, and Oleg Taktorov.

    Bando: WTF is Bando?

    Wrestling: Whatever.

    Pro Wrestling: Dan Severn, Sakuraba, Tony Halme (bwhahah), Gary Albright, Ken Shamrock.


    Next class; how to stop spreading MMA rumors.....





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