5/27/2008 11:19am, #1
Category:Bullshido Kyokushin Black Belts
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5/27/2008 11:21am, #2
I didn't post the above, I guess I could read and study and learn and all that, but being lazy and busy.... Anyhow I just added me and Asia as KK bbs and I guess that the above is an auto response post. Now I want the new tag.
5/27/2008 1:17pm, #3
what if your a black belt in another karate style but have vids of yourself placing in knockdown tournaments, could you get a knockdown karate bb tag?16 years till retirement.
5/27/2008 1:22pm, #4
That could probably have a better title. When I read "Bullshido Kyokushin Black Belts" I at first thought it meant fake bbs.:Determined:
HTFU and join Bullshido on Fitocracy!
5/27/2008 1:52pm, #5
I think "Karate Black Belt" would have been better, but with strict conditions that need to met.
5/27/2008 2:10pm, #6
This is just more BS nut hugging. I have met many tough KK fighters who compete in hard contact sparring. However, I have met many karateka from many different styles who compete in hard contact that also allows ground fighting as well as punches to the face.
I have also met KK guys who did not do any hard sparring at all. Kind of gets old seeing the style elitism on this site.
Its not what style you train in but how you train that makes you a bad ass.
I agree with the previous post stating that it would be a better idea to have something like "full contact karate fighter" and "full contact kung-fu fighter" (etc all) allowing bullys of all artforms that practice hard contact sparring in tournys to get credit.
5/28/2008 10:26am, #7
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5/28/2008 10:31am, #8
the issue here is to promote people as experts in styles the AS THE RULE are hard sparring and alive training. Yes, you may be a competitor in knockdown tournaments even though you practice wado-ryu, but you would be the exception not the rule. So, this tag isn't for promoting that a person competes in hard tournaments, it's that they're an expert in a verifiable alive style of training.
5/28/2008 10:32am, #9Originally Posted by E-Van
Where is the racist troller at? Start posting gibberish again please.
5/28/2008 10:32am, #10
also, is Asia really a KK BB?