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    Quote Originally Posted by Bukow View Post
    This training should be highly effective if Silva's next fight is against Kelly LeBrock.
    Low blow! Lol.

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    Steven Seagel is a proven warrior.

    Whats so hard to beleive that he could offer some fighting advice to Anderson Silva?

    I suggest you all go and rent out a little biography on Seagal. Its called 'Under Siege'.

    I think you will all change you tune then.

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    I thought Seagulls best film was Executive Decision, man he took that plane out!

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    Lol...he made such a stink about getting killed so early in that movie. If memory serves, he didn't become a crazy-ass until shortly after Executive Decision.

    Here is a quote from Seagal "I am hoping that I can be known as a great writer and actor some day, rather than a sex symbol."

    About the clip of Seagal opening a guy's face with the slide of an automatic pistol; apparently I have been misinformed about Buddhism.

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    He died in that movie, right? I admired him for that.

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    Yeah, he graciously sacrificed his life to save "the mission" and got sucked out of an aircraft at 35,000 ft. By graciously, I mean he was pissed about it...especially since they used him a lot in their previews/advertisements for the movie even though they didn't credit him in opening credits and he was in the movie basically as a cameo.

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    Maybe Silva feels so undefeatable that he's looking to challenge himself by pulling off ridiculous moves in fights a la Genki Sudo.

    But what are we going to do if he actually manages to do some of this stuff???

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiNnyX4 View Post

    But what are we going to do if he actually manages to do some of this stuff???

    Flame him on Bullshido.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daishi View Post
    Lol...he made such a stink about getting killed so early in that movie. If memory serves, he didn't become a crazy-ass until shortly after Executive Decision.
    On Deadly Ground? Suppression of water-fuelled cars by The Man, contamination of our precious bodily fluids, etc.?

    YouTube- Steven Seagal's Ending Speech from "On Deadly Ground"

    Here is a quote from Seagal "I am hoping that I can be known as a great writer and actor some day, rather than a sex symbol."

    About the clip of Seagal opening a guy's face with the slide of an automatic pistol; apparently I have been misinformed about Buddhism.
    Buddhism, no. Combat Buddhism System, OTOH...

    Quote Originally Posted by daishi View Post
    Yeah, he graciously sacrificed his life to save "the mission" and got sucked out of an aircraft at 35,000 ft. By graciously, I mean he was pissed about it...especially since they used him a lot in their previews/advertisements for the movie even though they didn't credit him in opening credits and he was in the movie basically as a cameo.
    Legend has it that he was contractually obliged to take that role after ODG flopped badly.

    Oh, and:
    http://www.steven-seagal.net/forum/s...08&postcount=1

    :badgrin:

    Quote Originally Posted by RaiNnyX4 View Post
    Maybe Silva feels so undefeatable that he's looking to challenge himself by pulling off ridiculous moves in fights a la Genki Sudo.

    But what are we going to do if he actually manages to do some of this stuff???
    Read some comments online from Aikido people claiming Silva as one of their own?

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    But come on guys, how awesome would it be to start seeing Aikido techniques in MMA?

    I know most people here hate Aikido, but you have to admit, the techniques at least look cool.

    It would be totally worth all the Aikitards claiming Silva as their own.

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