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  1. Mong is offline

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    Originally posted by Te No Kage!
    Dude get a fucking clue....retard!
    Careful Te - he's a [shudder] yellow belt in TKD. Roughly translated he only thinks he can kick your ass.

    Was it just me but we had once sentence, six lines, about as many ideas, and not one made sense. My head hurts - I have just been defeated by a No touch throw.
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    not saying anything negative about capoeira, not saying that people practicing capoeira can't fight, not saying that people practicing capoeira can't compete in MMA. Capoeira by itself though is not a MMA and neither is aikido. Aikido will probably never work in the ring with professional fights, it's simply not that kind of martial art. But to say that someone who takes capoiera is going to kick someone's ass that takes aikido is simply a retarded, uneducated argument. A lot of aikidoka if not most have and do train in other martial arts which is to say that I will use whatever works. Because I practice aikido does that mean that I forgot how to punch or kick? Because I win a fight by kicking somebody in the balls, does that make me no longer an aikidoka? If Randy Couture tomorrow trains for six months in aikido to cross train and wins his next match, does that mean that aikido dominates MMA? No, No and No
    "Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration." -A. Lincoln

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    My main points of contention in the earlier post were that A)"Aikido is all about trying to grab your opponent and throw them to the ground and useless stuff like that" --couldn't be more wrong, and B)"Aikido doesn't have no striking background in that art which makes Aikido useless on the street" --wrong again.

    Obviously Guy Mendiola just doesn't know what he's talking about
    "Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration." -A. Lincoln

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    ...and Aikido is all about trying to grab your opponent and throw them to the ground and useless stuff like that
    WHAT THE ****.
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    Taido destroys both ;)
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    Originally posted by Guy Mendiola
    Yes, I have seen Capoeira and I have met some Capoeirista's in my area and I don't think that a Capoeirista would be doing handstands,flips,etc... but maybe they will or maybe they won't and Aikido is all about trying to grab your opponent and throw them to the ground and useless stuff like that and Aikido doesn't have no striking background in that art which makes Aikido useless on the street.

    ¡MANDA HUEVOS!
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    **throws hands in air, picks up hand full of sand and throws it in Guy's eye.

    walks away.
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    [facetious]

    *Unfolds prepared statement*

    Ladies and gentlemen.

    It is my opinion that aikido is not effective against strikes, grappling, multiple opponents, drunks swinging beer bottles, homeless people asking for change, romos, nutriders, senior citizens or children. As a result it should not be studied by anyone for any reason regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual identity, religious beliefs or beer preference.

    That is all.

    *exits -- stage right*

    [/facetious]
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     Style: Aikikai

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    "He said, 'But there is no striking in aikido!', so I hit him again."
    --T.K. Chiba, 8th Dan Aikikai
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