it's all vanity
Posted On:5/26/2009 4:15am
Kyokushinkaikan is everything taekwondo wishes it could be.
Posted On:5/26/2009 4:19am
Style: Judo (injury), ETS-do
Posted On:7/31/2009 1:26am
Style: TKD, Kickboxing
Search for Serkan Yilmaz on youtube. He fought in K-1 and did very well. Doubt he would fare well in MMA because he doesn't train ground fighting.
Posted On:7/31/2009 3:50am
Style: Kyokushin Karate / BJJ
Awesome a 2 month bump to tell us to YouTube a K1 fighter when we're talking about MMA ... awesome.
Posted On:7/31/2009 4:12am
Your necromancy skills are weak! Quick question: What would happen if I took it upon myself to necro the oldest threads I can find in an hour? Would that be instant perma-ban, or would guarantee myself to be trolled for the remainder of my days?
I'm not going to do it. I'm far too cowardly.
Posted On:7/31/2009 5:05am
Originally Posted by Neo Hwarang
Hello i'm new to BSD and i was wondering myself this for a long time:
With TKD being the most practiced martial art in the entire world it surprises me that there's no true CHAMPIONS that represent the art in professional competitions like MMA and K-1 even though is the #1 victim of Mcdojangs. Is really this bad? What happened? And I'll still waiting for that "chosen one" to appear like Lyoto "The Dragon" Machida with Karate-do.
No, i don't think it will ever happen. First of all, most of what tae kwon do is today is an olympic sport, which is using the kick as what an olympic fencer would do, to score points. There is nothing wrong with it. It is quite cool if you look at it as a game, a sport. Second, original tae kwon do looks more like shotokan karate than tae kwon do is today. So, in many ways, tae kwon do already have a chosen one in Lyoto Machida.
Posted On:7/31/2009 8:05am
Hey ADM..... Read the first post in this thread you douche. I believe K-1 is mentioned.
Posted On:7/31/2009 5:12pm
Indeed it has Sir ... did you read the rest of the thread though?
Articles and Reviews
Tools and Info