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    I am new

    I just came here to find some people in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area that are looking for people to train with. My only previous training is one year in golden gloves boxing and some taekwondo (i don't know how to spell it and i don't give a ****). I want to to be in the UFC but im pretty sure Im not good enough yet. I need somebody to kick my ass and possibly get their ass kick by me.

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    without submission fighting experience you wouldn't last a minute in the cage... lets face it, you suck... but so do i... but we're here together in bullshido to get better

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    I don't have formal training in submissions, but i do watch MMA a lot so I at least know what to expect. Thats why I need people to train with. I know watching isn't good enough.

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    Thank you sdave, that looks like the definative answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel Browning
    Thank you sdave, that looks like the definative answer.
    Please feel free to call me Dave, counselor.

    Was going to mention 'search function', but it was early and I was tired.

    Soy Sauce, Texas MMA has been discussed here ad abundantiam. A search should turn up info on the above instructors as well as the Texas MMA scene in general. If you need more info, see Arclight, or visit www.txmma.com.

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    I've trained here before.

    http://www.academybjj.com/

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    Ignore all those guys Mr soy sauce, you'll be fine in any MMA bout with your TKD training. You'll definitely kick their asses. Go for it! post up the vid of your first cagefight.

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    Welcome to Bullshido .
    taekwondo

    (also spelled tae kwon do or taekwon-do) is a martial art originating in Korea. An amalgamation of Chinese, Japanese, and traditional Korean fighting styles,
    wiki article

    I don't care if you give a damn or not ... you spelled it right .
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    Violence is pretty uncommon in clubs in this area, and the dude didn't seem particularly hostile up until the moment he slapped me.
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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by RunningDog
    Ignore all those guys Mr soy sauce, you'll be fine in any MMA bout with your TKD training. You'll definitely kick their asses. Go for it! post up the vid of your first cagefight.
    I said some TDK. I realize that 90% of what i learned is usless in a real fight. That's why I put boxing as my main style.

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