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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Oh yeah definitely, it was a great and the perfect supplement to my traditional Okinawan Karate which I've been studying on and off for the last several years. Combining traditional stuff with practical made more sense to me.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Does anybody knows if Bob Chaney Opened his new studio in Temecula

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    Quote Originally Posted by KempoFist
    isnt bob Chaney one of the most respected Muay Thai instructors around??
    That;s what he makes everybody believe at the begin and he pretends to be be your friend but as soon as you have a problem with anyrthing with money he becomes your worse enemy. Have you ever wonder why he's fighters don't stay with him theres a reason why

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    stop hatin

    Its funny all this he said she said about bob chaney but no personal experiences. i train with him and he not money hungry or left the gym . it was sold . he trains with everyone individualy as needed and has the best stand up . i would know, ive been in 2 other gyms

  5. #25

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    Not Hating Just saying as it is

    I'm not hating and what I said is that if you don't know personally he seems to be a great guy, but once you get to know him the true colors come out, and not to mention his wife,she tells him what to do and when to do it I'm just glad he's not around any more

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