Posted On:3/07/2008 6:42am
Style: Sub Wrestling/boxing/MMA
I really enjoy the way T. J. handles this ham of a man
Posted On:3/07/2008 9:29am
Style: Kung-fu, Kempo
T.J. HAS STUDIED VARIOUS FORMS OF MARTIAL ARTS FOR MOST OF HIS LIFE. HE HAS ACHIEVED A 1ST DAN BLACK SASH IN WU-SU SHAOLIN GUNG-FU, AND A BLACK SASH EQUIVALENT IN MUAY THAI. HE HAS STUDIED TAE KWON DO, KENSHIN KAN SHORYIN-RYU KARATE, KENPO KARATE, HAPKIDO, FREESTYLE WRESTLING, BRAZILIAN JU-JITSU, AND IS CURRENTLY A SEMPAI (ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR) IN A BUJINKAN MARTIAL ART.
Dude's a ninja. An MMA ninja with a "black sash equivalent" in "Muay Thai".
Posted On:3/11/2008 10:44am
Originally Posted by RuledByEnmity
I have a feeling that that site is a troll and someone is trying to **** with us again. I don't buy it.
Edit: The domain was purchased 01-21-08 and the person who purchased it is not named anywhere on the site.
These guys are definitely for real, or at least they think they are. One of my friends is a 3rd degree in Karate in the Pocono area and use to train one of the instructors of this "school" until he quit because the training was too intense. He then got together with his bro and brother in law( I think) and started this living room mcdojo.
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When I Get Back
Posted On:3/12/2008 12:31am
this stinks of Sensei Al Perry all over again
Posted On:3/12/2008 12:35am
CALL THE SHAMROCKS IN CALIFORNIA NOW!!11!
Posted On:3/12/2008 7:56am
Balls will get you everywhere! Fascinated with this site, so I emailed. Was told muay thai does not usually have rank but since T.J. learned in the States he could be ranked. Only
problem was, he could not get rank because he learned from a person directly from Thailand who had "immigration issues". I was also encouraged to look up Bujinkan because
he was not supposed to "say everything about it". Sounds legit to me! Go, team, go.
Posted On:3/12/2008 8:29am
I'll say it again; this is definitely not a hoax. I have been posting on this site for well over a year. I originally posted because of some legitimacy issues with my x employer Robson Pereira.
Posted On:3/12/2008 9:43am
Power to the Squad.
They seem to be in heavy training for past 6 years, acquiring new skills and styles.
I have also had contact with proprietor via e-mail. I asked about 72-1-0 records in
point sparring/ full contact since I fought team fighting and bb fighting in Naska and SKI
Ratings for a few years and was trying to place them. Unsuccessful in finding out what level he fought at but did learn that last match, fight, contest, whatever was in 2002 and he only competed in state of Pa. They do however have a trained cardi specialist working with them, so who knows.
Posted On:3/12/2008 9:55am
Style: BJJ, Judo
Why are all these people with one or two posts who just joined only bumping this thread.
Posted On:3/12/2008 10:52am
Can answer for myself. On vacation up in Pa. two weeks ago and saw these posters around at resort me and family were at. Curious as to what was up and who these people are since they are not usual people doing MMA in tri-state area. Familiar with a Grants Mixed Martial Arts in Plymouth, Pa. and have been following saga of Rat Pack on forum past year. Glad to see they have made it! Figured someone may have heard of this new club. Sorry, mea culpa.
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