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    YouTube- Borat fight scene (edited for tv version)



    YouTube- borat fight

    No, this is not porn it is not funny and from a mainstream comedy. Poor taste but, not porn.

    Quote Originally Posted by taygun View Post
    sparring is much more speed oriented.in self defense, "especially for women" every strike has to count. they may only get one or two shots. if it doesnt do serious damage they will only piss the guy off. our movements are designed to leave you chambered on either side and use your whole body in every strike and also to strike on the move. it's not that complicated. if youve seen braking you see how a person set's himself up, proper stance ect. also tipical karate and especialy TKD stand sideways when they fight. you know what i'm talking about. do you really care or just bustin my chops?
    Funny, a couple of the videos show your guys standing sideways?

    Name these "many" striking styles that don't teach you to use your entire body when you strike.

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    Wtf? what's with the borat videos? did I miss something! and borat = teh funny

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    hey mong, do me a favor and don't post anything more about sayokan. these assholes have nothing to do but spend all day on here bashing everything and most probably have no rank or knowledge of reality. i'm outa here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by taygun View Post
    here bashing.

    also tipical karate and especialy TKD stand sideways when they fight.
    Hmmm do you need a mirror now or later?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necroyunus View Post

    Well because of being Turkish myself I might not get an neutral comment about it I have a symphaty for it.
    lolwut???
    if a dutch guy founds a 'dutch' martial art i'll be the first to ridicule it.
    less tribal plz.

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    Are you sure its a Turkish MA? I don't see any half naked men with moustaches covered in oil trying to assrape each other?

    YouTube- Super Street Fighter 4 - Trailer Hakan - PS3/Xbox360

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    sorry it's not a cartoon like you're used to

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    Quote Originally Posted by H_Murdock View Post
    Are you sure its a Turkish MA? I don't see any half naked men with moustaches covered in oil trying to assrape each other?

    YouTube- Super Street Fighter 4 - Trailer Hakan - PS3/Xbox360

    Hakan is uber super cool....keep him out of this please...:5yeah:

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    Quote Originally Posted by taygun View Post
    Wow....Welcome to the Jungle huh? Glad to see you guys are keeping so current. Oh, and please stop associating that terrible video with GNR, they were awesome (in the beginning at least), that clip sucked. 90% of that was totally compliant drills, and board breaking. The rest looked like mediocre karate where you took the same tournament fight and tried to edit it in five different ways to cover up the fact that it was the same clip shown repeatedly.

    None of that showed me any evidence to suggest that the art is uniquely "Turkish" in any way, or unique from other martial arts in an appreciable manner.

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