I am a Ninja bitches!! Deal with it
Posted On:10/15/2007 11:44pm
Style: Improv comedy
Zip it you ham and egger!!!
*runs and hides in shame*
Posted On:10/15/2007 11:47pm
Listen, curtain jerker, if I have to shoot on you, you will get some hardway juice.
Posted On:10/15/2007 11:51pm
*Does a blade job and bleeds all over the place*
Posted On:10/16/2007 12:04am
Looks like this one might be a broadway....
Posted On:10/16/2007 12:08am
I'll beat you like a government mule, brrrrrrotherrr!!!
Posted On:10/16/2007 1:11am
Let me tell you something, Soju-Joe, TO BE THE MAN, YOU GOTTA BEAT THE MAN!!! AND....I...AM....THE...MAN!
All Out of Bubblegum
Posted On:10/16/2007 1:33am
Originally Posted by Spartan Warrior
Does anybody think the Great Khali (Dalip Singh) could pose trouble to any heavyweights in MMA with a bit of training in it?
From what i gather about his Martial Arts training, he joined boxing clubs back in India (don't know how long or if he was any good). I have also read he was an athlete
' he is also a Pehelwaan athelete which means that he has been into Traditional Indian Wrestling since quite a lot of time. Traditional wrestling mind you requires a lot of practice and agility, and the Great Khali is actually quite agile in real life.'
Finally i have read ' Singh is a 387 pound power lifter from India who has an extensive background in New Japan Pro Wrestling, Japanese grappling, martial arts - akido and judo - Greco Roman wrestling, western wrestling and the Indian martial art of kalari.'
He also seems to be strong according to wikipedia ' Singh is the largest powerlifter ever, His resume includes repetitions of 600+ lb bench presses, 350+ shoulder presses, and curling over 200 lbs.
That to me seems he might pose some trouble in MMA, even if its not with UFC heavyweights, however there is still issues with his speed etc.
What do you guys think?
Well, since you put in the caveat that he be trained in MMA first, that would probably make him a pretty fair threat...however, since he was once medical-bounced from the WWE for "elevated liver enzymes" and I'm assuming he's not an alcoholic, certain athletic commission rules might trip him up (they would likely trip up any big WWE name)
His kafabe weight and height of 7'4" and 400 pounds are probably exaggerated, though. I think he's about 7' even and more like tree fiddy.
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:10/16/2007 1:43am
Like I said, PRIDE would have signed him in a heartbeat. (Roids testing? What roids testing?)
Posted On:10/16/2007 1:22pm
Style: ex-wrestler, Judo
Khali isn't ****. Someone would just kick away at his knees until one of his legs fell off. Akira Maeda almost did it to Andre the Giant an a New Japan match in the 1980's. Khali is awful. He is better now than he was in New Japan years ago. He was partly responsible for the death of brian Ong, who were training together at the APW boot camp years ago. Look it up. If any of you ever seen the pro wrestling movie/documentary "Beyond The Mat", remember Roland Alexander? The fat guy who took credit for getting Tony Jones and Mike Modest WWF try outs? He ran the fucking boot camp. He was never a wrestler or trainer, but he is the money mark. He was sued for about 2 million dollars by the Ong family because the fat fucker actually SENT THE ONG FAMILY A TRAINING BILL!!! Even though their son died, he STILL sent them a training bill! Carny scum at its worst. I love pro wrestling, I really do! Oh, and the Ong family won, and the stupid fucker Roland wouldn't settle, so insurance costs went WAY up in California.
Oh, and to those two jobbers Tortelli and Soju-Joe.........I'll squash you ticket selling backyarders within seconds!!
Posted On:10/16/2007 1:42pm
*pulls foreign object from trunks and jams it in Fightin Penguin's eye, then applies the Cobra Clutch*
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