Posted On:5/06/2005 9:21am
Style: 5AF & Sub Grappling
Originally Posted by xodus2
BAH! I've seen this scenario played out a dozen times!
steve pwns bob hands down.
Posted On:6/19/2005 9:48am
Originally Posted by omega
Okay who let the hemroid in? :iamwithst
i dont think hes lying
ive read articles about san da guys beating muay thai guys in lumpini....
something about san da not having elbows, but they decided to use elbows in these fights to beat the muay thai guys...
Posted On:6/19/2005 8:14pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
My god that was over 2 months ago. Why are we resurrecting these threads people.
I swear people need a sarcasm meter before they can post on these forums.
Posted On:6/19/2005 8:28pm
Style: In Transition
We need to make the registration process harder. Right now it's so easy that any moron can register and post stupid ****. Make them solve a puzzle or something. That would solve 90% of our problems with n00bies.
...is THE PENETRATOR
Posted On:6/21/2005 12:21am
Style: German longsword, .45 ACP
Oh my fucking god, fucking MAS thread necromancy. The first post was made in 2002! 2 thousand fucking two!
Why, god, WHY!???!
“nobody shoots anybody in the face unless you’re a hit man or a video gamer.” - Jack Thompson
Posted On:8/23/2005 7:40pm
Style: Taekwondo & kendo
I remember hearing a martial arts expert say that "9 out of every 10 times a boxer will beat a martial artist". Sadly, its true. The reason? Most martial arts dojos don't hit there students. At the last dojo i went to, we never sparred once, not even no contact sparring.
Posted On:8/23/2005 9:56pm
And 9 in 10 times a wrestler will beat a boxer.
Posted On:8/18/2007 2:37pm
Style: Boxing & Kickboxing
Last edited by DaviD_HtiD; 6/23/2008 5:00pm at .
T3h R34l Gangnam Style!
Posted On:8/18/2007 3:27pm
While it's nice to have personal stories related to topics, I'll be nice since you're new. It would be wise to check the date of the last post before you post in a thread. If the thread is long since dead and you're not adding to it, let it be. Besides, you're question belongs in strikestan or newbietown.
Posted On:8/20/2007 8:14pm
Style: Krav Maga, Sambo
I think it's the artist, not the art, of course as a Kravist, l would give the advantage to the boxer, most are in better condition than the TKD guys and are more dynamic in their fighting style. Geez, I grounded a TKD master (in his mind, he owns a few schools) in about 3 seconds, I crowded him, neutralizing his kick and took advantage of my greater conditioning.
Who knows, I underhooked/overhooked the guy and swept him. Had it come to blows, strikes and kicks, I would've probably killed him. In Krav our punching is similar to the Muay Thai punching, much faster and more effective than the silly tkd punches. A clench, sprawl and elbow to the neck are natural, just like a roundhouse knee to the ribs.
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