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  1. #51

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    If Aikido seems weak then try Aikijujutsu. It is
    less common but it's supposed to be harder and
    more destructive, e.g. Daito ryu.

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    "cyrijl" lol, nice.

    "Wrestling is the Martial Art of America";
    "If you don't know how to wrestle you don't know how to fight, that's the prerequisite to fighting" David Tank Abbott
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    Blade - August.. sort something out and tell me if you see any judo in what I do :)


    Admittedly what I'm likely to do is **** up and tap out in seconds, but there won't be any judo seen :)


    except in the way I tap out.
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    aren't there different aikido organizations that are more combat-oriented?
    Isn't that a bit of an oxymoron?
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    Aikido needs a seriously large dose of realism injected into it to make it worthwhile...
    Hmmm, such as squaring off against an MMA or BJJ fighter?
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    Dont you mean SCARS fighter, with their proven techniques used in REAL combat situations by various special force branchs. Which cant obviously be seen for secretcy reason?!

    Hmmmm...........

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    Dont you mean SCARS fighter, with their proven techniques used in REAL combat situations by various special force branchs. Which cant obviously be seen for secretcy reason?!

    Hmmmm...........

    "True courage is not the absence of fear, but the over coming of it." - Blue Power Ranger.
    You're quoting a "Power Ranger?" How old did you say you were? <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>
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    Kf....do you even know what an oxymoron is?

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    You're quoting a "Power Ranger?" How old did you say you were? <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>
    This my dear KungFoolss is called "humour" with a "u".

    More importantly seeing as you are the SCARS number one guy on here, I would have thought you'd have a much better sence of humour seeing as you believe that Martial arts can be learnt from tapes! More importantly that SCARS actually works without ANY full contact proof in the combat sports arena!

    The only proof that is submitted is stories on the SCARS website, even AIKIDO has stories.

    What makes SCARS so much better than Aikido, other than the really cool name ofcourse? I can understand the points made by those that train in the "proven" systems, which even I cant argue against. But for some guy to mock my style that studies a style named after a wound, is just funny.

    Yours in Aiki,

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    "Aikijujitsu...is less common but it's supposed to be harder and more destructive"

    Except in reality...it is also useless.

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