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  1. GIJoe6186 is offline
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     TryKickboxingNow.com - Free Internet Marketing for Kickboxing Programs! Style: BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIJoe6186
    Yes he looses Im just saying is all.
    For the Lose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GIJoe6186
    Yes he looses Im just saying is all.
    He not only loses, he loses in hilarious fashion. Besides a few illegal (but beautifully executed) techniques like throws and stops from the Thai fighter, Kaitsongrit basically uses one technique and beats the best American in that weightclass so badly that he's literally running around the ring to avoid getting hit by the 4th round.
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    Which is technically true, but if you get smashed in an exhibition bout against an unknown fighter giving up 20 - 30 lbs., God save you if you step into the ring against a prime fighter in your weight class going all out. The way that a Thai fighter would have gone after Bill Wallace's lame back leg would have gotten him killed.
    From my understanding, Chanpuek Kiatsongrit doesn't really qualify as an unknown fighter...at least, not to youtube whores like myself, or MT fans. He's pretty much a badass dude, from any angle.

    Very nice spinning back kick from Rick at 748...looked ugly painful.

    Leg kicks change everything...I will never fight again without them *sob*. That **** sucked.

    EDIT...just finished watching the whole fight....damn...he got seriously Kiatsongpwned. That looked almost like a career ending fight....he got hammered in the knee, shin, inner thigh, outer thigh, hip, ass.
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    Hmm, I see I was wrong about the Benny thing, but does anyone know why he didn't end up fighting Toshio Fujiwara then?

    Also, I love how in the Roufus fight the commentators are definitely pro-Roufus. I have to admit he did look very good before the leg kicks started to take effect. Kind of reminds me of Masato vs. Souwer in the K1 Max finals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maofas
    Not disagreeing yet, but I'd like to read the entire BBM article, just to get a sense of context around those statements, because I remember an interview (don't remember what it was for, was a random blonde chick interviewing him) from 2007 where he spoke highly of mma and thought it was great that it was becoming so popular.
    Is this the interview that you are talking about?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsNPYVjcfv0
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    Quote Originally Posted by variance
    Doesn't matter if he explained it that way.
    So you know Bill Wallace better than Bill Wallace? I will take Bills words over yours.
    As for the wikipedia......LOL. Yeah we can all trust wikipedia.
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    I'd like to take the reporter on.....
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    Yeah, that was the interview. He sounded pretty pleased at the time with how things were brewing. Maybe he had to yell at a bunch of kids dressed in Tap Out hoodies to get off his lawn or something the morning he wrote that BBM article.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldman34
    So you know Bill Wallace better than Bill Wallace? I will take Bills words over yours.
    As for the wikipedia......LOL. Yeah we can all trust wikipedia.
    Did you notice that one of the links he quoted was an info page on Bill Wallace's own store?
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