Posted On:9/01/2007 11:06am
Nov 9-10th! check info
Posted On:9/01/2007 12:10pm
anything in april or late spring?
Posted On:9/05/2007 4:28pm
I have been registered for a while just leeching of the goodnes of these forums, but now I have to say something.
truepwrz what you are doing here is crazy, but just the kind of crap you CAN get away with.
No transportation, no gameplan, no coach, almost no training. I am going to LOVE seeing the fight.
Fight hard, fight fair etc, and really, really.
Using Donkey Guard to Sniffz Your Feetz
Posted On:9/05/2007 6:08pm
Style: Kick Boxing
Look at you opponent. If he's a junior wrestler then expect him to have good base. Expect a descent scramble. But also expect him to not like working off his back. Unless he has good BJJ/JJ/Sub experience. Taking his age into account I'd lean heavily on the side of not being comfortable on his back. Taking his boxing training into account. You should expect a good jab, combos and movement. But many new to MMA boxers totally forget about kicking and defending against kicks.
Amateur MMA record: 8-3-1
Pro MMA record: 3-1
Status: Semi retarded... I mean retired
Posted On:9/05/2007 6:24pm
did you get a ride or not?
It is not fair to let the other guy hang like
Posted On:9/05/2007 6:25pm
sorry, any way call me by tomorow night so we know to expect you or not!
Posted On:9/06/2007 2:39pm
Style: not training/injured
When and where is this shindig? If I get off of the base early enough I'll stop by and check out the fights.
Posted On:9/06/2007 6:12pm
i cant find transportation for this one i am making plans for the fight at nov.
thanks for the advice i ma go back to training
Posted On:9/06/2007 6:47pm
How fucking old are you people????? Seriously... how do you take a fight and just dish on it cuz "you can't get a ride"???? I hitched to make my first fight.
I am sure it's my ignorance but I usually assume that the average poster on here is about 20. And I also assume the average competitive poster on here is 23-whatever. Being that you are not the average I'd would and have mistakenly presumed that your family, parental units or care takers are were cool with your "hobby".
Rule number two... after number one which is "be prepared for the fight" is "make sure you can get to the fight before you take it".
Posted On:9/06/2007 7:50pm
Style: the beeg
What gyms are you considering joining, truepwrz?
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