3/07/2008 8:18pm, #1
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From Bullshido to the UFC in 3 years or less!
Some of you will remember me. The Black Belt in FU owner of Rat Pack Fighting Systems in Palmerton PA, the focal point of many a thread on here and other forums regarding a certain former bjj instructor who was with our academy when we first opened.
For those of you who aren't familar, let's just say that over the course of about 2 years, my school was maligned daily on these threads, my business was almost destroyed, my family life and health were affected and, on occassion, I recieved threats of violence at my home.
Hence, I had 2 choices, fold up shop or live up to the moniker of the Black Belt in FU.
Long story short, I chose the later, revamped my entire school by securing some of the best, albeit unkown talent in the area and putting together one of the best fight teams in the tri state area.
Well, according to yahoo sports, which revealed the cast of the Ultimate Fighter 7 earlier today, it would appear my dear friends that Rat Pack has gone from Bullshidp to the UFC in just three short years.
Details to follow as the become availible but, for now, I could not resist a little self promotion and gloating. Quite frankly guys, I think we deserve it!
3/07/2008 8:31pm, #2Originally Posted by bbinfu
3/07/2008 8:57pm, #3
3/07/2008 9:42pm, #4
"Sifu, I"m niether - I'm a fire dragon so don't **** with me!"
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3/07/2008 9:56pm, #5
3/07/2008 10:31pm, #6
well done, finding talent...not having it does suck in a r33l way!
3/07/2008 10:36pm, #7
Actually, this guy's Rat Pack team is no joke.
I've seen some of his fighters dominate at KOTC, in MI
3/07/2008 10:40pm, #8Originally Posted by 3moose1
3/07/2008 10:53pm, #9Originally Posted by Razamataz
No, i mean these guys looked like they were serious. Not like the 400 pound heavy weight with double d cans...
They were in shape, had good striking, and good ground skills.
Basically, they weren't the tank abbotts who just jump in there to hurt people, they knew their ****.
3/07/2008 11:01pm, #10
Congrats. So does any of this success refute the claims that you had a fraudulent BJJ instructor teaching at your school?
For the record, I was not a part of the original discussions on your school, and barely followed it.Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do ~Bruce Lee