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    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.

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    Why specify age? That's odd.

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    No rules? My eyeballs and groinballs don't like that idea.

    But I'm too far away anyway.

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    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.

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    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!!!

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    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.

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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSDaemon
    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.
    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?

    And LI GUY 1, is 170 your usual walk-around weight?

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    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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