Posted On:2/07/2007 12:28pm
Style: Shotokan Karate
OK, he's "LOL shotokan" but so am I...
Elwyn Hall is one hard person (and fits the criteria of being black and inspirational)
Badness will not be rewarded
Posted On:2/07/2007 1:14pm
Johnny Lewis, my first MA teacher and best friend.
Lewis's TKD, Dallas Texas.
International Man of Pancakes
Posted On:2/07/2007 2:17pm
Style: Wu style tcc+bjj
I was a fan of Ali back in the day. Thomas Hearns too, since he was more or less local talent.
Posted On:2/07/2007 3:01pm
A couple that have already been mentioned, and Floyd Patterson.
Posted On:2/07/2007 3:03pm
Style: Wing Chun
That mafucca in the above Clip is damn nice!!
Posted On:2/07/2007 10:42pm
My own teacher :) I learn so much from him and his body movements every day.
All Out of Bubblegum
Posted On:2/07/2007 11:49pm
Originally Posted by LORD ASIA
someone else read those books?
Last edited by JohnnyCache; 2/07/2007 11:51pm at .
There's no choice but to confront you, to engage you, to erase you. I've gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain. I will use my mistakes against you. There's no other choice.
Posted On:2/08/2007 3:14am
Style: MMA, JKD philosophy
I did too. I've mentioned on here before that I hate how the last book makes him a rapist and an adulterer, for two seperate acts. There's also no consequences for his actions.
resident sick ****
Posted On:2/08/2007 5:14am
Style: Being a total psychopath
My father and my uncle. Also my current Tomiki teacher.
Posted On:2/08/2007 7:51am
There's so many of them, so, just off the top of my head... The black American boxers in the 1970's heavyweight division (Ali, Frazier, Foreman et. al).
S/Sgt. George Harris (sp?), an NCO in the U.S. Armed Forces who competed for the U.S. in Judo at the Olympics.
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