Get a blood bourne disease, HepC is a major trump card for me personaly.
A blast from the past:
You are not at my level.
I heard someone had showed up to my school,
and challenged my sifu, a few weeks ago, and
that everyone had sat back waiting to see what
So, last week I showed up, and raised the contact
level of the class, and roughed them up a bit. Then,
I told them that when idiots come to challenge your
sifu YOU are supposed to take care of them so they
don't bother the sifu.
Then I apologized to the sifu for taking over his class,
and also apologized FOR the class. . .idiots.
btw - sifu asked the guy if he wanted to try a class.
The dude told the sifu he'd rather try him (sifu) out.
Finally, sifu told the guy to go for it. Guy throws a
bunch of techs at the sifu, sifu throws one, and puts
the guy down with a huge bruise on his forearm. He
thinks it's broken. Sifu tells him to beat it.
Thanks. That very thread actually came up when I did a google search.
Originally Posted by It is Fake
I'm not sure if that's a good example of unethical ways to avoid going through with challenge matches...
In other words, make them fight your students? I know someone who has done this: "If you beat my student, then you can fight me".
Originally Posted by Meex
My sifu is not like that, he likes to kick ass.
Originally Posted by Crackers
His fsavorite saying is, "If you're not sure
whether or not a fight is going to start. . .
However, it is rude for someone to come
into a training session, and just challenge
Someone should have stopped them upon
seeing them enter.
the teacher shouldn't be bothered unless
it merits his attention.
The proper way to issue a challenge is to
write a letter requesting a challenge match.
That way, you are invited, not interrupting.
Of course, this also gives 'fake teachers''a
whole new set of excuses to use. . .hmm?
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