Thread: NYCS vs Rochester Shaolin
5/20/2008 8:18am, #11
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- Mar 2006
- Rochester, NY
Heh. If I had known, I might have come out to watch. Where was this held?
5/20/2008 9:55am, #12
^ummm, in Montreal?
Steve: Natalie Merchant ftw!
5/20/2008 10:15am, #13
Good showing looked like fun. Was it a tournament or a show? Also hw long did it take to get there?
5/20/2008 5:51pm, #14
It was very poorly attended (and organized) tournament in Hilton, NY. It was a san da division at a kyokushin tournament. The San Da director was "Sifu" Brian Bateman (A total tool and generally insane man). Turn out was so low, it turned out to be simply one fight per division. This was possibly one of the most horrible events I have been to. But, some good experience was earned for the fighters. The fighters were cool and the kyokushin folks seemed cool, but Bateman (the Rochester Shaolin Sifu) was a different story.
You can read my write up about it here:
Worldwide Grappling Forums - May, 2008 - Kyokushin/San Da tournament
I don't feel like re-writing everything...LOL
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5/20/2008 5:53pm, #15
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5/20/2008 10:12pm, #16
God, the CMA world just totally blows cheese out of its ass.
5/20/2008 11:46pm, #17Originally Posted by theotherserge
Your videos make me want to train Sambo, thanks for taking the time to do them, maybe I'll visit Kozak if the move to Montreal happens next year.
5/21/2008 3:35am, #18
LOL...I am glad it did not come to blows. Better off that way.
Thanks for the kind words.
6/03/2008 3:03pm, #19
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6/03/2008 3:25pm, #20
Reilly looked good Steve. Nice vid. I may jump in one of those tournaments, looked like fun.
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