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  1. King Sleepless is offline
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    I am a living legend!

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    HAHAHA! In that last two pictures, it looks like he's being a perv and looking up her skirt.

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    HOLY CRAP! THEY HAVE PEOPLE WHO ARE 73KG IN THAILAND?!
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    I swear to god she's skipping in this picture.
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    Judoka Claims Korea’s First Grand Slam
    It has been said that he could achieve star status if he would participate in mixed martial arts competitions, but he says, “I will always remain a judoka.”

    http://english.chosun.com/w21data/ht...612060012.html

    I am all for seeing more countries and more judo stylists compete in MMA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff
    I am all for seeing more countries and more judo stylists compete in MMA!
    More judoka in MMA would go a long way in helping Judo get away from the ridiculous rulesets brought about by Olympic competition.
    "Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
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    The awesomeness continues....

    I am cute and I can still kick your ass... yippee!

    N) Gao Feng of China (R) celebrates after winning her bout over Kim Young Ran of
    Korea during the women's under 48kg judo competition

    No comment.

    O) Jia Yunbing of China (L) fights Mirali Sharipov of Uzbekistan during the under 60kg judo competition

    I particular like this pic... don't know why.

    P) Gereltuya Erdenechimeg of Mongolia (R) fights Kelbet Nurgazina of Kazakhstan during the women's under 48k judo competition

    Praise to the All-Mighthy, I kicked his ass...

    Q) Kim Sung Bum of Korea (R) celebrates after winning his bout over Seyed Mahmoudreza Miran Fashandi of IR Iran after winning the gold medal in the men's open judo competition

    GMW
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     Style: judo, karate, jap jj

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    is that 2nd last one a flying armbar?
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    Images taken From Asian Games 2006 (TKD)

    Taekwondo is one of the most systematic and scientific Korean traditional martial arts, teaching more than just physical fighting skills.

    It shows ways of enhancing spirit and life through training the body and mind.

    The word taekwondo is one word in Korean. "Tae" means foot, leg or to step on. "Kwon" means fist or fight. "Do" means the way or discipline. As one word, it means "way of kicking or strking".

    There are two important concepts behind taekwondo:

    * the correct way of controlling parts of the body - the fists and feet
    * a way to control or calm down fighting, keep the peace and build a more peaceful world

    Taekwondo has developed over 5,000 years in Korea, beginning as a defensive martial art called "subak" or "taekkyon" and becoming a way of training body and mind.

    The taekwondo competition will comprise the following events at the 15th Asian Games in Doha
    - Copied from official website of Asian Games 2006, Doha

    Rules of engagement:-
    Fist movements are allowed with a closed hand only, while only the parts of the foot below the ankle bone are permitted in kicking techniques.

    Attack by fist and foot techniques on the areas covered by the trunk protector are permitted. Attacks on the part of the back not covered by the trunk protector are prohibited. Only foot attacks to the head are allowed.

    Points are awarded when permitted techniques are delivered accurately and powerfully to the legal scoring areas of the body. A successful attack on the head is worth two points; an attack on the trunk gets one point, with one additional point if the opponent is knocked down.

    Evading by turning the back to the opponent, falling down, avoiding/stalling the match, grabbing, holding or pushing, attacking below the waist, pretending injury, butting or attacking with the knee and hitting the opponent's face with the hand are all banned and result in penalty points.
    Let the awesomeness commence...

    My leg is longer than yours...

    A) Wang Hao of China (R) competes with Lee Young Yeoul of Korea in the men's 72kg taekwondo match

    Stand still and lift your arms while I kick you... OK?

    B) Wang Hao of China (L) competes with Lee Young Yeoul of Korea in the men's 72kg taekwondo match

    Hi yah...

    C) Chonnapas Premwaew of Thailand (R) competes with Su Li Wen of Chinese Taipei (L) in the women's 63kg taekwondo final match

    Sweep the leg dammit.... (oops sorry not MMA event)

    D) Yang Shu Chun of Chinese Taipei (L) competes with Wu Jingyu of China (R) in the
    women's taekwondo 47kg final match

    Good back kick... me thinks.

    E) Wu Jingyu of China (R) competes with Yang Shu Chun of Chinese Taipei (L) in the women's taekwondo 47kg final match

    The Aw3some!

    Vasavat Somswang of Thailand (L) competes with Mohammad Al Bakhit of Jordan (R) in the F)men's 54kg taekwondo final match

    Turtling is not just confine to Judo...


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    Posted On:
    12/08/2006 2:14am


     Style: Jabs & Cross Kung Fu

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    Judo comp has ended... currently it is TKD's turn.

    I am waiting for images of Krotty, Wushu and Boxing (I like Boxing... as a spectator) to finalize my album of Asian Games 2006's combat sports.

    GMW.
  9. Epicurus is offline

    I'm grindin' 'till I'm tired...

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     Style: Judo. Some BJJ/Kickboxing

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    Nice work, GMW. I'm heading to the nearest WTF school to sign up!
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     Style: BJJ/MMA

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    hey, olympic sparring is a sport like any other... it's not like these guys are actually saying they can fight. they're playing a sport.
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