Posted On:12/25/2012 8:46am
I feel where you coming from chuck
Posted On:12/25/2012 9:38am
Style: BJJ/ MMA/ MT
Are you referring to chuck's implication that you are missing vital elements in your training?
GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
Posted On:12/25/2012 11:54am
Julian Sanchez- AJAX
Joe Son- Joesondo
Thomas Ramirez- Pakua Chan
Greg Stott- R.I.P.
Posted On:12/25/2012 12:35pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
Marco Ruas -Ruas Vale Tudo
Pedro Rizzo -Ruas Vale Tudo
Dan Severn -SAMBO
Brian Johnston -Judo
Chris Sanford -TKD
Moti Horenstein- Karate and some other thing.
Posted On:12/25/2012 12:43pm
Onassis Parungao -Hung Gar
Marcus Bossett -Ishin Ryu Katate
Joe Charles -Judo/Karate
Ron Van Clieff -Chinese Goju
Posted On:12/25/2012 2:03pm
Trent Jenkins- Kenpo and boxing
Geza Kalman- Professional wrestling
Joel Sutton- Praying Mantis
John Matua- Kapu Kuialua
Bas Rutten- Taekwondo and Kyokushin
Emmanuel Yarbrough- Sumu and Judu
Yoshiki Takahashi- Wrestling
Katsuomi Inagaki- Bodybuilding
Jack McLaughlin- Aikido
Cal Worsham- Taekwondo and boxing
Eldo Dias Xavier- Capoeira
Thaddeus Luster- San Soo
Felix Lee Mitchel- Shaolin Kung-Fu
David Hood- Jeet Kune Do
Posted On:12/25/2012 2:18pm
Brian Gassaway -Shidokan Karate
Shonie Carter -Shidokan/Jujitsu
Cung Le -Taekwondo
Matt Anderson -Taekwondo
Maybe we should have started with UFC 1 and gone up from there to avoid duplication.
Posted On:12/25/2012 2:57pm
Originally Posted by Oni-kage
Your right I havent done my homework on said issue id like to appologize for that,but hitting a man while hes down is still not respected in my book
Good for you, now lets hear from people who train to fight and not people that play Ninja. I think you may of stumbled onto the wrong site.
Posted On:12/25/2012 6:26pm
Anybody mention Akiyama? 3rd degree, right?
Posted On:12/25/2012 6:59pm
Thanks to Chuck for pointing out to me why you all have been incredibly cruel instead of just simply saying what he said. I think you all have way too much time on your hands and this is why you have decided to become cyber bullies with me being the target for the end of this thread.
It's obvious that MMA fans have an inane and gross need for blood at the expense of someone else. Why haven't any of you tried out for MMA since you defend it with every key of your keyboard? I would love to see how some of you perform under those circumstances and if your opinion would differ about it after that round is over.
With that said, my grammar wasn't proper because I have a job and a life so I don't have time to sit around in a studio apartment with Star Wars posters on the wall and COD in the PS3 and properly write down words unlike most of you. I have more important things to take care of. I'm not constantly sitting down in front of my computer switching tabs between bullshido and animal porn.
Ninpo is an art of war. Not an art to be practiced in a cage. I don't live in a cage. We all live in a constant, endless war. Those of you with blinders on will try to say the opposite.
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