Wanted: 160 lb fighter for no-rules kung-fu challange near San Diego
I might have a Kung Fu fighter who would be interested in a no-rules fight. Only mandatory rules would be no weapons and to respect the tap.
Want somebody around his age and weight: early 20's. 160-170lbs.
Ideal candidates would have some experience and preferably competitive background in some sort of grappling art: BJJ, Judo, Wrestling, Catch, SAMBO, etc.
Fight would happen in Northern San Diego.
Why specify age? That's odd.
No rules? My eyeballs and groinballs don't like that idea.
But I'm too far away anyway.
What's the background story, if any? And does "no-rules" is truly meant to imply "anything goes"?
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I could make 160 if I cut off a leg.
Bullshido, get me out there!!!!!!
Already I have 2 Vale Tudo fights (real vale tudo mofos), 6-3 in MMA (including the Vale Tudo). 6-3.
I live on LI though, so, like, put together a ton of cash and get this thing done!!!
Also, since this is NEVER going to come to fruition in a satisfactory manner, what's the back story?
Also, I am 22 and can be 170 no problem, I'm 170 right now.
I'm the same story as Ka Bar, but a bit more north. Yes, I've lost weight and am now about 175 and still losing. I say we actually do the SoCal TD that was supposed to happen this winter and get the guy to come out.
When you say "Kung Fu fighter," do you mean a guy who does Sanshou, or a feller what wears them fancy frog-button jackets an' slippers and mainly does forms?
Originally Posted by BSDaemon
And LI GUY 1, is 170 your usual walk-around weight?
It was my walk around weight I guess. I always walked around at just under 170 (168) and fought as such. FOr my last 2 fights I went up to 185 then dropped to 170 as the fight neared.
Once I start trainng hard again I plan to go back to 180 and stay there until fight time.
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