As originally posted by Sirc in YMAS.
Posted On:7/30/2009 10:32am
I vote for a new 2009 edition of real life "Bloodsport" where weird martial-artist with even weirder styles are pitted together in a tournament. Until they get crushed by an actual fighter.
Posted On:7/30/2009 3:36pm
That just opens the door for even more quacks to claim they were in it. Your idea would never work, unless it was held in a traditional sanda ring where they replaced the water with lava.
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Posted On:7/30/2009 3:47pm
Style: Tae Kwon Do
Good video. Rick Roufus still trains people in Phoenix, AZ. I almost went and trained with him when I was there, but he was too far away. He moved recently though, since I was there.
Posted On:7/30/2009 6:15pm
Style: Ronin wannabe
One of my favorite videos of all time.
Never mind, link isn't the full video. Here it is on google vid, fight starts at 7:15:
Chanpuek Kiatsongrit (MUAY THAI) vs Rick Roufus (KICKBOXING)
Last edited by G-Off; 7/30/2009 6:30pm at .
Posted On:7/30/2009 11:19pm
Style: Jeet Kune Do, kinda
Roufus showed a lot of heart, nonetheless. Respectable. If only he knew what he was up against: tree trunk legs.
Posted On:7/30/2009 11:57pm
Posted On:7/31/2009 4:10pm
Style: Muay Thai
Wow...someone needs to practice checking kicks...superb fight, thx for that!
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Posted On:7/31/2009 4:51pm
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
He did just about put an end to Chanpuek at the beginning of the fight, so you gotta give the man some credit. This is just what happens when you're introduced to something you've never seen before and have no idea how to defend.
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