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Virus
10/28/2005 7:43pm,
http://p206.ezboard.com/fashidakimmessageboardsfrm2.showMessage?topicID=58 9.topic

I so want footage of that fight.


Since i haven't competed for many years (since i quit Kyokushinkai), i'm un-acustomed to getting in shape for championships / tournaments of any kind. My question is; what whould you advice (apart from / on top of the ordinary drills during training) to "get in shape" for something like that?

The reason that i'm asking this is that i've decided, along with my wife, that i'll go for the Combat Martial-Arts Worldchampionships this year. Maybe i'm setting high goals, but isn't that what life is for (setting goals)?

I sincerely hope some of you can give me some advice, so that i can get some metal around my neck (since naturally i strive for that), though less can do (though it will not feel as comfortable ;) !!

Sincerely, and in respect,

It's from Berador, the guy with the terrible training video who's head is wider than his shoulders.

JohnnyCache
10/28/2005 10:39pm,
meh, whatever. (http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&lr=&safe=off&rls=GGLD%2CGGLD%3A2005-02%2CGGLD%3Aen&q=%22Combat+Martial-Arts+Worldchampionships%22&btnG=Search)

Te(V)plar
10/28/2005 11:42pm,
wtf is an MA-union? Are the karateka trying to keep the scab-fighters from joining the dojo?

Lane
10/29/2005 12:03am,
0:01, disqualified by wetting himself.

lm2
10/29/2005 12:10am,
I think its all bull. there is no fight.

TakeAnother
10/29/2005 5:55pm,
It looks like the guy might not be telling the truth.

The "competition" he's talking about is one where you submit a video of yourself and are graded to see if you are a "champion".

Details here: http://icmaua.com/Championship.htm

Also, here is the account of the competition he posted. It seems a little hokey.

"Well guess it's time for some info for you, since i've got a break now. The eliminations are over, AND I'M IN THE FINALS !!! Sofar, i've met some awfull opponents (but then again, that's what i expected ). The first 2 where Kung-Fu people (monkey-style & praying mantis, the last one was the worst!!), then i met a Kempo-fighter. The last 2 fights where bad, first i met a MMA-guy (he wasn't too rough, but MAN was he a royal pain when we hit the mats ) who squished me a bit (and bent a couple of ribs ). The last one was a Systema-guy, and MAN was he tough!!! It took me 12:54 to KO him (after having lost 1 tooth and having another chipped (thanks to a perfectly legit headbutt, that was stronger than my mouthguard could take )."

Virus
10/29/2005 6:42pm,
From the first post on the 16/10/05 where he says he is considering entering a tournament to his "I Won" post on the 24/10/05 a total of eight days had passed. That's some pretty short notice. Great post takeanother:


Are you sure you're not telling us a tall tale?

It seems that the competition you're reffering to is completely unknown by people who live and breath for such compeititions.

Furthermore, it appears that the competition doesn't actually involve fighting. Instead, you submit a video or yourself. Then, they decide if you are a "champion" based on your video.

Here are the details: icmaua.com/Championship.htm

Please let me know if you have any evidence to refute this.

My guess is they will delete that post but hopefully should provide some entertainment before it happens. I mean ****, going up against kempo, monkey and preying mantis fighters in the ring? Hasn't happend since 1992. Great find on that ICMUA bullshido, it looks like the competition eqivalent of a mail order black-belt.

Edited: Was looking at the organisation members list for the ICMAUA, http://www.icmaua.com/
alot of ninjas of unverifiable styles on there and guess who pops up? The so-called pit fighter himself:


Ryoku Ryu

Denmark

Soke Leo Clausen

Kawachi Yon Tengu Ryu / Ryoku Ryu (Nin-Jutsu).

International Combat Ninjutsu Union ICMAUA Member.

:owneddanc

Virus
10/29/2005 7:05pm,
Hahaha. Just went to the guy's website and on his forum he has uploaded two of his techniques. A knife defence tech and a mount escape tech.

http://www.ryoku.dk/forum_viewtopic.php?7.34

Check those shitty videos out, oh and to the groundfighters out there, try that mount defense out at training.

And I also found his so-called bio:


My martial Arts 'carrer' started out when i was 11 years old, with Kyokushin-Kai. I enjoyed it a lot, and has adopted a few training-methods from that (such as a few body-conditioning techniques and the fact that we emphasize Kata's highly). After 3 years of Kyokushin-Kai, i ran across Kawachi Yon Tengu Ryu and was 'instantly hooked'. Over the years, i've spent some time in Japan (where i trained under Mishima Ooyama (may he rest in piece). In the mid '90's, he and i started developing the principles for Ryoku Ryu Ninpo Bugei (though it wasn't until January 2005 that it was formally founded). On 23'rd of August (2005), Mishima Ooyama died, leaving no apparent succesor for the Sokeship of Kawachi Yon tengu Ryu. After some debate, the O' Kaigi decided to hand the responsability to me, which left me as (not only) the 2'nd Soke & Co-founder of Ryoku Ryu Ninpo Bugei but also as the 38'th Soke of the Kawachi Yon Tengu Ryu Ninpo.

Samfoo
10/29/2005 7:47pm,
Here's a picture of the guy (he's on the right)

http://www.icmaua.com/MembersPhotogallery2.files/image018.jpg

TakeAnother
10/29/2005 7:56pm,
For the record, I am not out to bash Ashida Kim's message board. There are some posters there who post interesting, unorthodox information.

However, it looks like there is a clear disconnect here between somewhat "easily" verifiable objective facts and what the poster presented. I'm hoping that some of the senior members of that board will investigate and publically frown upon such behavior.

Shawarma
10/29/2005 7:59pm,
Ah. I remember this guy from a local MA forum. He's a right amusing piece of work. As well as being a ninja-soke, I remember that he also put an advertisement out online offering his services as a mercenary.

I found the link: http://unicast.org/archives/000355.html - search for the word "Ryuko" and Mr. Leo "Berador" Clausens posts will pop up. Note that he threatens with his "old colleagues in FE" and writes that he is a "Former 1'st Lt, Gardehusar-regimentet in Naestved." Now, first of all, FE is the Danish military intelligence corps, which he apparently feels should inspire fear and awe in random internet posters. Secondly, the Garderhussarer have the honourable distinction of being the one military unit in Denmark that has never won any of the conflicts they engaged in. Their job is to guard the queen and look smart for the tourists, which is pretty much all they're good for.

So basically, he is a ninja-soke with a background in a rather harmless military unit offering his services as a mercenary over a message board open to the general public.

I've never heard of a MMA event in Scandinavia which sounded like the one he described, and the MMA community here is a tightly-knit community. I do not feel he is being truthful about this.

His personal site: http://berador.ryoku.dk/

Diagnosis: Common Ninja. Can be safely ignored.

Virus
10/29/2005 8:02pm,
However, it looks like there is a clear disconnect here between somewhat "easily" verifiable objective facts and what the poster presented. I'm hoping that some of the senior members of that board will investigate and publically frown upon such behavior.

As if. This is a board dedicated to a "ninja" with zero credentials. I don't think fraud is one of thier heavy issues.

TakeAnother
10/29/2005 8:08pm,
I think there are posters there with merit and interesting discussions.

Psycho Dad
10/29/2005 10:03pm,
Hahaha. Just went to the guy's website and on his forum he has uploaded two of his techniques. A knife defence tech and a mount escape tech.

http://www.ryoku.dk/forum_viewtopic.php?7.34

Check those shitty videos out, oh and to the groundfighters out there, try that mount defense out at training.


Lemme guess, this technique is called "Offering for the armbar"?

Virus
10/29/2005 10:32pm,
Lemme guess, this technique is called "Offering for the armbar"?

Don't knock it 'till you try it. It could turn out to be the new mount defense we have been looking for.

xingyifa
10/29/2005 10:56pm,
Wow that mount defence was shitty...I like how he starts so his hands are pinned behind his head and he effortlessly brings them down over his face (arms straight of course) and pushes his student backwards with his fingerstips extended...they obviously train with aliveness:)