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    street fighting

    Hello everyone,

    yes I am a newbie here to this website and figured I would post.
    I have trained in Boxing, Tae-Kwondo, Juijitsu, basic grappling, hand to hand, and knife fighting.

    I was luck enough to realize at a young age that in order for one to succeed in the fighting world you must:

    first practice many different styles.

    Second - become good with your hands,feet, elbows and knees.

    third - Understand where all the major organs and arteries are located within the body.

    fourth- while fighting, make sure you fight with everything you got, nothing less then 110%, as if it were to fight till the death.

    Fifth, There are NO RULES

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    Oh I can't wait to watch this!
    Welcome to Bullshido. Let the pummeling commence!

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    You need to know where all the pressure points are as well.

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    Don't forget how to circulate your chi.

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    You know street fighting doesn't work on the street right?
    Quote Originally Posted by sochin101
    Dude, whassup? Did they freeze your dick then accidentally use it to cool down a thimble full of water? Or, did you mis-spell crayonist? You know, the guy who makes sure the wax crayons you use aren't too sharp in case you decide to do the decent thing and kill yourself.
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    How do I get to this fighting world? Is it just down the block from Dimension X?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenl553
    Hello everyone,

    yes I am a newbie here to this website and figured I would post.
    I have trained in Boxing, Tae-Kwondo, Juijitsu, basic grappling, hand to hand, and knife fighting.

    I was luck enough to realize at a young age that in order for one to succeed in the fighting world you must:

    first practice many different styles.

    Second - become good with your hands,feet, elbows and knees.

    third - Understand where all the major organs and arteries are located within the body.

    fourth- while fighting, make sure you fight with everything you got, nothing less then 110%, as if it were to fight till the death.

    Fifth, There are NO RULES

    OMG KNIFE FIGHTING

    YOU MUST BE L33T to have survived KNIFE FIGHTING.

    YOU R THE D34DLIEST.

    I call BS on the knife fighting unless you can actually specify your actual real training. and length extent of your experience.

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    this is way too much technique/theory to remember, just kick them in the nuts and punch them in the throat

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    In all seriousness
    Quote Originally Posted by stevenl553
    Hello everyone,

    yes I am a newbie here to this website and figured I would post.
    I have trained in Boxing, Tae-Kwondo, Juijitsu, basic grappling, hand to hand, and knife fighting.
    TKD - bollocks, JJJ - bollocks what does 'basic grappling' consist of?

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenl553
    I was luck enough to realize at a young age that in order for one to succeed in the fighting world you must:

    first practice many different styles.
    Why? Being proficient in one rather than crap at many would surely be better for you?

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenl553
    Second - become good with your hands,feet, elbows and knees.
    Muay thai.

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenl553
    third - Understand where all the major organs and arteries are located within the body.
    Why? I would have thought it was obvious where the vunerable parts are on your body. How will arteries help you?

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenl553
    fourth- while fighting, make sure you fight with everything you got, nothing less then 110%, as if it were to fight till the death.
    How quick will you gas going at 110%?

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenl553
    Fifth, There are NO RULES
    What about the law?
    Quote Originally Posted by sochin101
    Dude, whassup? Did they freeze your dick then accidentally use it to cool down a thimble full of water? Or, did you mis-spell crayonist? You know, the guy who makes sure the wax crayons you use aren't too sharp in case you decide to do the decent thing and kill yourself.
    Training log. Here

    JFS vs The Villain here

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenl553
    Hello everyone,

    yes I am a newbie here to this website and figured I would post.
    I have trained in Boxing, Tae-Kwondo, Juijitsu, basic grappling, hand to hand, and knife fighting.

    I was luck enough to realize at a young age that in order for one to succeed in the fighting world you must:

    first practice many different styles.

    Second - become good with your hands,feet, elbows and knees.

    third - Understand where all the major organs and arteries are located within the body.

    fourth- while fighting, make sure you fight with everything you got, nothing less then 110%, as if it were to fight till the death.

    Fifth, There are NO RULES
    Welcome to Bullshido. Lube up.

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