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    I only learned modern Muay Thai. It really sucks that it has been stripped of most of it's ground and grappling attacks. I had to learn those elsewhere.

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    *sigh* Look at what Ong Bak and TUF-generation MMA did to the world... >_<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minami no Kaze
    *sigh* Look at what Ong Bak and TUF-generation MMA did to the world... >_<
    At first I thought "well it can't get any worse then motherfuckers claiming black belts in muay thai" or bragging about b/s fight records they acquired whilst in thailand but this... this is just fucking retarded. Yeah in a few months Renzo Gracie will give a speech about how Gracie juijitsu has been stirpped down to a sport level by BJJ because they don't acknowledge the secret striking that Helio developed.

    ... *le sigh*
    Last edited by Squerlli; 8/18/2008 6:05am at .

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    I looked into BJJ as it is called. It is great in a ring with rules. Put me in a triangle, and I will bite your nuts off and spit them in your face. In a street fight, you have to worry about many opponents, knees to the back of the head are devistating, as Frank Shamrock taught one of the Gracie boys. In real world land where I don't practice for sport, I would rather take up Judo, or well, just Judo. Aikido would just annoy me too much. I prefer to hit once and walk away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xarlock
    In real world land where I don't practice for sport, I would rather take up Judo, or well, just Judo. I prefer to hit once and walk away.
    ... But there's no striking in judo(!) @o@

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    Quote Originally Posted by xarlock
    I looked into BJJ as it is called. It is great in a ring with rules. Put me in a triangle, and I will bite your nuts off and spit them in your face. In a street fight, you have to worry about many opponents, knees to the back of the head are devistating, as Frank Shamrock taught one of the Gracie boys. In real world land where I don't practice for sport, I would rather take up Judo, or well, just Judo. Aikido would just annoy me too much. I prefer to hit once and walk away.
    Please go back to critiquing shaolin and ninjutsu videos on youtube dumbass.

    You have obviously NEVER been in a real fight before nor have you ever sparred full contact. Kindly shut the **** up.

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    But does the boy wonder practice at all?:headbang:

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    Quote Originally Posted by xarlock
    I looked into BJJ as it is called. It is great in a ring with rules. Put me in a triangle, and I will bite your nuts off and spit them in your face. In a street fight, you have to worry about many opponents, knees to the back of the head are devistating, as Frank Shamrock taught one of the Gracie boys. In real world land where I don't practice for sport, I would rather take up Judo, or well, just Judo. Aikido would just annoy me too much. I prefer to hit once and walk away.
    You know that it's not physically possible for your mouth to reach that region of someone's body once you're in a fully secured triange choke, right?

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    I can only imagine him in a triangle, desperately trying to open his mouth and reach the person performing the choke's crotch area, while slowly turning purple and passing out.

    troll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xarlock
    I looked into BJJ as it is called. It is great in a ring with rules. Put me in a triangle, and I will bite your nuts off and spit them in your face. In a street fight, you have to worry about many opponents, knees to the back of the head are devistating, as Frank Shamrock taught one of the Gracie boys. In real world land where I don't practice for sport, I would rather take up Judo, or well, just Judo. Aikido would just annoy me too much. I prefer to hit once and walk away.
    I LOVE the "bite the nutz in a triangle" shtick. It screams "I HAVE NO FUCKING IDEA WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!" It would be immediately apparent to anyone how actually been in a triangle choke that you will not be biting any nutz and bending your head down HELPS them choke you out. Ah well.

    Understand the only reason I'm not banning your dumbass now is that you might provide more entertainment.
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