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    Quote Originally Posted by Locu5
    Have I mentioned lately my love for you? (in a totally manly, non-BJJ way)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonillo
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    My training partner today who is Rudy's height 5'10" but +290lbs and moves like a 200lber, asked me why I was training so hard to beat a Kung Fu guy. I told him I had to make a better highlight reel than the JFS beating by Osiris.

    That's it really. No other reason than to ban him from the internet just like JFS was with his ass beating.
    If you beat him too fast, there will always be the claim that "it was a lucky shot". It would be good to stretch it out a bit, or even better to make sure you finish with a submission.

    That is assuming that the fight happens.

    Which it won't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meataxe
    If you beat him too fast, there will always be the claim that "it was a lucky shot". It would be good to stretch it out a bit, or even better to make sure you finish with a submission.

    That is assuming that the fight happens.

    Which it won't.
    Who cares? You saw the multiple spins on The JFS, OMAR, Kat, Osiris fight.

    You take your opponent out when you get the opportunity. **** all the other he said she said bullshit. Who cares if it is a sub or a KO it all makes Rudy look bad.

    If Rudy loses in the ring he loses. Actually, he loses all the way around IMO. If KFDW why the **** is he training MMA?

    There are plenty of Sanda and Sanshou school to keep it in the Kung Fu family.

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    ^^^That is, assuming it happens. :-)

    Also IMHO, JFS was defeated by his own mouth even more so than the brief ownage by Osiris. (Props to Osiris for keeping cool as he did.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonillo
    Rudy has claimed to have fought full contact, that's enough for me. Besides, this is Rudy's challenge, not mine.

    My training partner today who is Rudy's height 5'10" but +290lbs and moves like a 200lber, asked me why I was training so hard to beat a Kung Fu guy. I told him I had to make a better highlight reel than the JFS beating by Osiris.

    That's it really. No other reason than to ban him from the internet just like JFS was with his ass beating.

    I FUCKING LOLed.

    Wait until Sifu Rudy pulls his "Old Frame BJJ" out of nowhere or his " Can't grapple here, this is a park....... wait, no, I'm dead."

    The Sifu Rudy LOLcats will be immense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meataxe
    ^^^That is, assuming it happens. :-)

    Also IMHO, JFS was defeated by his own mouth even more so than the brief ownage by Osiris. (Props to Osiris for keeping cool as he did.)
    True.

    I would love a sub would love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polishillusion
    I FUCKING LOLed.

    Wait until Sifu Rudy pulls his "Old Frame BJJ" out of nowhere or his " Can't grapple here, this is a park....... wait, no, I'm dead."

    The Sifu Rudy LOLcats will be immense.
    My favorite part is Royal Dragon comparing video speed bag training to Anthony's video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake
    My favorite part is Royal Dragon comparing video speed bag training to Anthony's video.
    Yeah, I found it amusing too.

    Come on Rudy, step up and let's fight.
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    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonillo
    Yeah, I found it amusing too.

    Come on Rudy, step up and let's fight.

    I am getting really inspired and I am loving this intensity you have been describing to us. The observation of your training partner replying "Why are you training so hard?" etc etc is something that is interesting to me. Can I make a request in asking you to write a short blurb or article about the "drive" you are feeling right now to work so hard? I think it would be of benefit to anyone who is in a "slump" or is not in the mood for training. Explain how you rationalize this drive, which seems to be burning in you to work so hard, and what it is doing for you, or rather what you envision it doing for you. I have been looking at the strategy of "challenging someone in the future" as something I may use to push myself to a point of growth or challenge that would be beneficial to my training.

    I have been thinking of what is "inspiration" or "drive" through a needs based system for a while now, trying to actually obtain some myself, since one of my self judgments is that I "have no drive".

    Since I have been looking for a similar inspiration to maintain my weight loss, and even with the understanding I have gained about how "inspiration" works via my psychological training, I just do not seem to be able to get over this final hump of "pushing it to the higher point".

    I hope you understand my request, and that it is doable for you.

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