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    The First MMA Promoter in the US

    New book out about the first Karate sensei to promote MMA tournaments in the US.
    Amazon.com: Deadliest Man Alive! (9781450587099): T. L. Roy: Books

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerebus View Post
    New book out about the first Karate sensei to promote MMA tournaments in the US.
    Amazon.com: Deadliest Man Alive! (9781450587099): T. L. Roy: Books

    I hope you die. I hope you get torn apart by wild dogs in a pool of lemon juice. After a long bought of pancreatic cancer. I hope after you die, that there is a hell just so you can go to it. It would be worth my own final destination in a lake of fire just knowing that you'll go to hell too. I hope when you get to hell, Satan is there to greet you personally, and says, "Welcome to Hell, bitch!" Then I hope Satan sodomizes you with a pineapple for a few thousand centuries. Then I hope he gouges out your eyes and skull fucks you with a pineapple for a few thousand more centuries. Then you get to eat the pineapple, only it tastes like ****. Then I hope he drowns you in a river of **** for a few thousand more centuries. Then I hope he gets real creative with you, in a way that only Satan himself could fathom. That's how much I hate you for posting this. Good day.
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    LOL! Awesome! All that just from the blurb I posted! I can't wait to hear what you say when you actually read the book! :-D
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    I literally cannot tell if that man is black or just really wants to be black. Probably due to the colour selection.
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    I'd wear that if it was a t-shirt (sans copy)
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    In case you haven't picked it up yet, cerebos, count Dante is the embodiment of all that bullshido stands against. So you are either real noob who hasn't found the search function, a troll or a dumb ************. Choose quick cause the above are probably the nicest responses you will get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cerebus View Post
    LOL! Awesome! All that just from the blurb I posted! I can't wait to hear what you say when you actually read the book! :-D
    Problem is, that implies that he, or anyone else with an IQ over 50, is going to read that crap. Sorry, but not a chance in hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by battlefields View Post
    In case you haven't picked it up yet, cerebos, count Dante is the embodiment of all that bullshido stands against. So you are either real noob who hasn't found the search function, a troll or a dumb ************. Choose quick cause the above are probably the nicest responses you will get.
    Ha ha! Here are some quotes from Keehan that got him in trouble with the martial arts community when he first broke these "revelations" back in the '60s.

    "In karate, and most Oriental self-defense arts, there is an over-emphasis on form practice, kata (dances), terminology and history, all of which have little to do with the development of effective stree defense- which should be the goal of the students."

    "The bulk of karate, kenpo, and gung-fu stances are too strict or tensed, so as to restrict smooth and fast movements.... a boxer who uses a much more natural stance has much better footwork..."

    "...most fistic arts are too robotic appearing and unrealistic. Most Japanese karateists remind one of the old time boxers with their crude stumbling movements. I believe the main reason for this is due to the fact that there is no professional karate (by this I mean full-contact knock-out karate); the participants are too wrapped up in style rather than effectiveness."

    "Another serious fault in the present-day karate movements is the fact that the self-defense forms or techniques practiced are practically non-moving and performed from near-stationary positions. It is quite easy to hit or defend against a stationary target or an attacker who attacks with one punch and stops."

    "The striking effectiveness of exponents of gung-fu, karate, tai chi chuan, etc, is highly overexaggerated... If the striking techniques of these systems were so effective I am quite sure the many thousands of professional boxers throughout the world would be using these techniques, since fighting happens to be their business. There is no doubt that a boxer can easily out-punch a karateist."

    And much, much more. Sounds obvious these days, right? But when Keehan publicly printed these comments and others, people believed in the "one-strike kill", that these arts were "too deadly" for contact competition. Keehan was the first to call Bullshit on such ideas and to promote realistic training. When he held his first no-holds-barred tournament in 1967, the martial arts community was outraged, positive that people would be killed or crippled. In fact, no one was even injured very badly, but Keehan had pissed off too many people by then, so he reveled in his role as an outacast.

    Anyway, if all those comments which I quoted are entirely against everything that Bullshido stands for, perhaps you can explain what it really does stand for (the opposite of all those quotes, perhaps?).
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    And before anyone gets too serious or bent out of shape about this subject (amazing how this guy riles people up even now), I didn't write this book to glorify Keehan. I wrote it because, like it or not, he's a part of American pop culture and a bigger part of US martial arts history than many people want to admit.

    There's still discussion about him today, but there's also alot of BS out there. I wrote this mainly to set some facts straight and give a more balanced view of the man, neither demonizing nor glorifying him, just showing him to have been as human as anyone (in spite of his theatrics).
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