Posted On:8/08/2010 2:02am
Flamethrower. Definitely a flamethrower.
Posted On:8/08/2010 4:31am
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Bartitsu: the Gentlemanly Art of Self Defence (est. 1899)
Posted On:8/08/2010 9:03am
M16A4, M4, HK416, M9, M1911A1 Custom, Glock family, , SIG-SAUER, Bayonet, Ka-Bar...
I'm sensing a theme here...
Posted On:8/08/2010 9:05am
DdlR -- Push-ups. That's awesome. Godzilla quakes in his alligator skin boots.
Posted On:8/08/2010 10:44am
Style: Hybrid Martial Arts
The UFC was actually planning to have the Dog Brothers on their early shows, but the idea got scrapped.
Posted On:8/08/2010 11:05am
Style: Aikido / FMA / Krotty
They'd just shout "Flame on!" then do the same MMA, but on fire.
Outside of that, perhaps:
• The elbow blades from The Guyver
• An Iron
• A sock full of tangled fishing weights and hooks
• An Ice-lolly stick, sharpened on the road
• A shark on a stick
• A bin-liner full of their Staph' dressings
• The bill for a U.K. Kuk Sool Won lesson (just to stun)
• And a massive organic carrot called 'The Violator'
Posted On:8/08/2010 11:50am
That's the good stuff.
Just to let you know, Cestus was the actual weapon fighters used back in the day when MMA fights ended in death. It was called Pankration.
See my tongue. SEE IT!
Posted On:8/08/2010 1:49pm
Style: BJJ, MT, TKD
A small bottle of M&M's.
Posted On:8/08/2010 1:58pm
Style: The Way of Hand and Foot
BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer.
Posted On:8/08/2010 3:15pm
Originally Posted by Johnny Y.
If MMA wasn't (mostly) relegated to being a sport, and if instead it originated back in the days when people killed each other up close and personal, I wonder what kinds of weapons would've been used in the art?
And friends, with pointy sticks.
Some of them might be on horses.
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