Punch babies + punt kittens + hail cthulu
Posted On:7/24/2008 9:06pm
Style: On My Grind MMA
Originally Posted by Kid Miracleman
I think there are actually some Muay Thai schools that denote rank by using colored armbands...
I habeeb you am refering to Americanized schools or how in Thailand trainers/gym owners that have very good ability to produce fighters het some type of rank. Like how many champs, weight class's, etc... I'm pretty sure though that authentic Thai schools don't give belts (not to say the ones that do suck, I've just never actually seen one).
Originally Posted by AnnaTrocity
I'm a purple belt in muay thai. No ****.
Purple belt is acceptable. So is gold belt. Sometimes rainbow.
Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
From the bottom of my heart I have to say **** you. Not just **** you in a point of rage and disgust but I direct the energy to you parents or who ever raised you. I reach back to the origin of the word **** in order draw from it's raw power. This **** you should pale in comparison to any other **** you that you've encountered in your life. By me saying **** you in this manner soembody that you know should become impregnated. So **** you and that chia pet you have living between your nose and your lip that you called a mustache. **** you.:new_all_c
Posted On:7/24/2008 9:24pm
Style: Muay Thai
Heaps of gyms in Australia use ranking systems for Muay Thai, including — as far as I know — JWP's gym and the gym Soren trains out of. It's not my personal preference for training, but it definitely doesn't necessarily = McDojo (McGym? Burger Gym? Whatever). Obviously most don't use belts — usually coloured singlets, prajiets, hand-wraps, badges or whatever — but same diff.
As was mentioned, Contender Asia has been playing in Aus in primetime on one of the most popular cable stations, and it hasn't made a heap of difference to the local scene — possibly some more newcomers, but that's about it.
Given there's only one American on the show and he's not one of the stronger competitors (and he cries a lot, from memory), I can't see it having a TUF-esque impact in the States.
solves problems with violence
Posted On:7/24/2008 9:27pm
Style: Judo, Hung Family Boxing
Originally Posted by Squerlli
P.S. Ming, your student is HAWT!
she's not my student, she's my training sister (we both learned from the same teacher.)
i was her primary trainer for her last fight though.
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