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    Quote Originally Posted by Askari Hodari
    I'd like to see that. KSW fighters are renowned for leaving their opponents toothless.
    what are you saying here? Please point me to any real life "KSW fighters."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf
    what are you saying here? Please point me to any real life "KSW fighters."
    Gary Goodridge?

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    Heh, the closest thing t3h kuk sool has to a fighter, is a submission grappler they paid to wear their logo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    Heh, the closest thing t3h kuk sool has to a fighter, is a submission grappler they paid to wear their logo.
    Kickboxer. A Kickboxer they paid to wear their logo. Look up his K-1 record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli
    Gary Goodridge?
    You better not be serious! I swear upon the almighty Asia, that the next person who comes on here seriously espousing the virtues of KSW because of Gary Goodrige is getting a 6 month ban.

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    I saw him use a sprawl to crucifix in the early UFC so I assumed he was a grappl0r of some sort.

    The only reputation kuk sool has is for waving around faggy pink fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    How many mistakes can you find in this pic?
    1. They are fighting in broad daylight
    2. They are revealing their faces
    3. They are playing Ninjer-LARP

    It's strange that in many bullshido schools all the other students at the background are just sitting and laughing. They are not even trying to watch the techniques (which actually might be a good thing) or do stuff by their own. I guess it's enough to become a ninja if you wear black and hangaround at dojoz.

    Also, I just love the agony on uke's face. Is it some kind of ninjutsu technique to look wounded, when you're perfectly ok?

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    Nope. And the story of how he came to represent Kuk Sool is interesting, he went to a Kuk Sool dojang and KOed the guy they were going to send to represent KSW in the UFC. The Kuk Sool guys then offered to give "Big Daddy" that guy's slot in the UFC if he would accept an honorary BB in Kuk Sool Won and represent their style.
    Agree, he must have had some grappling training, you don't just invent a sprawl and crucifix off the top of your head.

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    The lulz.

    When I last saw a UFC bout it involved one of the Gracies (sorry, can't remember which one as it was a few years ago now) he finished the other guy fairly quickly once they were on the ground. My observation though was, during the take down, he left himself wide open to a crippling elbow strike to the back of the neck. And I meen a proper strike not with the flat of the arm but the pointy bit between the vertibrae. Or, as he came in for the take down a good old knee strike to the face. I guess these where all illegal moves, and fair enough.

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    After reading that thread, I have decided that there is no need for me to crosstrain in a striking art...I'll just use my BJJ techniques and principle while standing up!

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