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  1. Arbiter is offline
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    punch-drunk

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    12/13/2006 1:04pm

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     Style: SanDa / MMA / Kung-Fu

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    best answer ever

    Quote Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak


    This is clearly the most skilled standup out there.
  2. mr_gees100_peas is offline

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    12/13/2006 6:07pm

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    I would say that the best stand up system would be those that have boxin in them. This includes muy thai even though they might aproach it differently, kickboxin, boxin, savate, ect, ect. Boxin techniques are simple yet very effective. The other thing is that in almost all situations you can punch in some way or another. For example if you live in places where it snows alot, then kicking is not practical. You increase your chances on falling thus giving your oponent the advantage. Punching can be done in confine spaces and can be done while mounting someone. The boxin arts also have good blocking techniques. Again, they are simple and rather effective. Better than a high or low block hehehe. Finally, arts that include boxin also have combat training. People get to feel what is like to be punch and how hard it is to block a real punch.
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    BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer.

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    English better not be your first language.
  4. Hands is offline

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    12/14/2006 12:45am


     Style: Mongolian

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    it depends on the style, how it is applied, who applies it, and who the style is applied against.

    Its definitely not always the same style at all times. Just certain styles under certain conditions.
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    12/14/2006 4:51am

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     Style: Tae-Ninjitsu Mu Sool

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    over-rall.......i dont know.....id go with MT an Kyokushin cause they got a hell of a lot of stamina and endurance in addition to skill an technique.

    as for korean ma.......tkd takes a back seat to Gong Kwon Yu Sul
  6. HonkyTonkMan is offline
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    Y SO SRIUS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_gees100_peas
    I would say that the best stand up system would be those that have boxin in them. This includes muy thai even though they might aproach it differently, kickboxin, boxin, savate, ect, ect. Boxin techniques are simple yet very effective. The other thing is that in almost all situations you can punch in some way or another. For example if you live in places where it snows alot, then kicking is not practical. You increase your chances on falling thus giving your oponent the advantage. Punching can be done in confine spaces and can be done while mounting someone. The boxin arts also have good blocking techniques. Again, they are simple and rather effective. Better than a high or low block hehehe. Finally, arts that include boxin also have combat training. People get to feel what is like to be punch and how hard it is to block a real punch.
    Whats it like to "be punch"? SOme here would like to be judy, not Punch.
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