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  1. Tranquil Suit is online now
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    Quote Originally Posted by maofas View Post
    Didn't you just box for like 2 years? I'm glad you chose boxing over something shitty, but you're not 17, you did it for about 7% of your total life so far (and dropping), was it really that life-shaping?
    Boxing for 2 whole years during puberty or adolescence is very life-shaping, especially for a girl. And yeah, ofcourse she can relate to the movie in question.




    As for the movie: Meh.
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    Saw it on HBO a while back. Liked how even though she won, it didn't permanently strain their relationship...
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    Man this thread reminds me of this movie I rented from Blockbuster because it was about a female muaythai fighter. Well it turned out to be this very compelling story of a strange karate instructor who trains one of his female students to fight as a professional muaythai fighter. After winning her 4th fight she decides to take on the men's heavyweight world champion (who was her karate instructor's old rival). They have an epic and very brutal back and forth battle where she ends up pummeling the champ so mercilessly that she kills him. She then goes punch drunk CRAZY and goes on a rampage. Her karate instructor tries to subdue her but her mad crazy rage is too much for him and she kills him too. The end!

    I wish I could remember the name of the movie, it was a real gem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KidSpatula View Post
    Man this thread reminds me of this movie I rented from Blockbuster because it was about a female muaythai fighter. Well it turned out to be this very compelling story of a strange karate instructor who trains one of his female students to fight as a professional muaythai fighter. After winning her 4th fight she decides to take on the men's heavyweight world champion (who was her karate instructor's old rival). They have an epic and very brutal back and forth battle where she ends up pummeling the champ so mercilessly that she kills him. She then goes punch drunk CRAZY and goes on a rampage. Her karate instructor tries to subdue her but her mad crazy rage is too much for him and she kills him too. The end!

    I wish I could remember the name of the movie, it was a real gem.
    Seriously? My sarcasm detector may be broken here but that sounds fucking amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    and ill bet you arent nearly as boner inducing as my future wife michelle
    Hate to disappoint man, but I read somewhere she's a lesbian.

    However, I might have misread and it might have just been that she's open minded. Which makes for a far better wednesday evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BestatwhatIdo View Post
    I used to think I was just like Ryu from Street Fighter when I was 14. But then I realized I wasn't a videogame character nor was I Japanese and shotokan sucks.
    Are you implying the Karate in Street Fighter is Shotokan?
    Just to let you know, its not. That entire idea came from -one- poor translation for the SNES version of the game, which has stuck in the US for quite some time. It was later "corrected" to Ansatsuken, which is also wrong. Ryu's karate is loosely based off Kyokushin mythology(infamous Kyokushin vs Muay Thai thing) and Karate stereotypes (Karate Kid).

    The correct Martial Art by Ken/Ryu/Gouken in the Street Fighter series is best described as
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    HADOU-KEN, "fist of hadou"

    The only shotokan fighter in the entire series is Mokoto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Boss View Post
    Going completely off topic for random trivia,


    Are you implying the Karate in Street Fighter is Shotokan?
    Just to let you know, its not. That entire idea came from -one- poor translation for the SNES version of the game, which has stuck in the US for quite some time. It was later "corrected" to Ansatsuken, which is also wrong. Ryu's karate is loosely based off Kyokushin mythology(infamous Kyokushin vs Muay Thai thing) and Karate stereotypes (Karate Kid).

    The correct Martial Art by Ken/Ryu/Gouken in the Street Fighter series is best described as
    Spoiler:
    HADOU-KEN, "fist of hadou"

    The only shotokan fighter in the entire series is Mokoto.
    Fucking awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Boss View Post
    Going completely off topic for random trivia,


    Are you implying the Karate in Street Fighter is Shotokan?
    Just to let you know, its not. That entire idea came from -one- poor translation for the SNES version of the game, which has stuck in the US for quite some time. It was later "corrected" to Ansatsuken, which is also wrong. Ryu's karate is loosely based off Kyokushin mythology(infamous Kyokushin vs Muay Thai thing) and Karate stereotypes (Karate Kid).

    The correct Martial Art by Ken/Ryu/Gouken in the Street Fighter series is best described as
    Spoiler:
    HADOU-KEN, "fist of hadou"

    The only shotokan fighter in the entire series is Mokoto.
    I honestly didn't care that much, but nevertheless, I stand corrected. I read that it was Shotokan years ago, and I did Shotokan at the time.

    I fucked up. Sorry.
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