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    Bujinkan: the way i see it there are gunna be alot of wierdos who call bujinkan "t3h d34dly 4rt 4 r33lz!!" but im starting to see better ones where they take it more seriously and who knows, maybe after hatsumi passes the new grandmaster will improve things? Maybe the bujinkan can live up to my dream and start having competitions...

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    Systema: We will take it to a new level of badassery, learning to transform into tractor trailers, and classic cameros and ****.

    BJJ: Will eventually eliminate all Asian Martial Arts from the world, as has been it's stated purpose from the very beginning.

    TKD: Will be eliminated by BJJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFGOON
    Systema: We will take it to a new level of badassery, learning to transform into tractor trailers, and classic cameros and ****.

    BJJ: Will eventually eliminate all Asian Martial Arts from the world, as has been it's stated purpose from the very beginning.

    TKD: Will be eliminated by BJJ.
    Wing Chun will continue to be the most bad ass of all martial arts ever concieved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axelton
    Wing Chun will continue to be the most bad ass of all martial arts ever concieved.
    Not just a bad ass, but a terrible ass.

    BJJ and kickboxing...I just started this a few weeks ago after burning out on karate. What the hell do I know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axelton
    Wing Chun will continue to be the most bad ass of all martial arts ever concieved.
    Tai Chi will easily own Wing Chun as we all know that the silk pyjamas are only a front to cover for being the biggest bad ass in CMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axelton
    Wing Chun will continue to be the most bad ass of all martial arts ever concieved.
    Right until BJJ wipes the last shifu off the face of the planet.

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    Kali will be used in MMA when a younger generation starts looking into the kali tudo stuff.
    Quote Originally Posted by Axelton
    Wing Chun will continue to be the most bad ass of all martial arts ever concieved.
    Choy li fut will continue to argue against that point, claiming "at least we spar."
    Last edited by Permalost; 10/19/2007 1:06am at .

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    Judo will.... stay pretty much the same. I'd like to see no-gi and reworked newaza rules, but I just don't see it happening.

    What will most likely happen is what's going on now: A few MMA inclined clubs like Judo Gene's will integrate itself with BJJ and Wrestling for No-Gi and more Newaza and those numbers will likely grow, but always be a minority in the low 5-10% range of clubs out there while the vast majority continue doing exactly the same thing done now, albeit with newer and more interesting techniques and other minor changes that happen to Judo over its existance.

    But hey, it's worked so far and so long as there's the odd No-gi club I'm happy. [EDIT: Now I just have to find one here...]

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    Every Asian martial art will eliminate every 'stance'.

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    I see an integration of elements from aikido, Japanese Jujitsu and taijutsu into bjj and judo as people in these art cross-train and learn to apply their principles under fighting conditions.

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