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Ming Loyalist
11/03/2005 10:07am,
just wondering if anyone knows of MMA/shooto gyms in amsterdam and paris.

i will be visiting both in a few weeks, and would love to check out how others train.

also if anyone knows of any ring fights going on i would love to see them (i think i just missed shooto holland)

thanks in advance.

Ronin
11/03/2005 10:27am,
In Amsterdam, youMUST check out Blummings Budo-Kai !

patfromlogan
11/03/2005 10:31am,
Kyokushin won't do? Bluming is in A. as far as I know and there are three or four Musashi KK dojos around there somewhere...
http://www.musashi.nl/Engels/frame5eng.htm

and you could watch (ah go on and enter, those Euro trash can't fight!) at the end of the month...
http://www.musashi.nl/gif/NK_A4_laag_2005.jpg

oldman_withers
11/03/2005 10:32am,
If I were in Amsterdam it would be hard for me to remember addresses and times I was supposed to be places. I don't know about any gyms there, but they might have one at the Cannabis College (http://www.cannabiscollege.com/#) . Expect a lot of unconventional cardio excercises and make sure you complete all the assignements or you won't graduate.
:qgaraduat

Ronin
11/03/2005 10:41am,
Kyokushin won't do? Bluming is in A. as far as I know and there are three or four Musashi KK dojos around there somewhere...
http://www.musashi.nl/Engels/frame5eng.htm

and you could watch (ah go on and enter, those Euro trash can't fight!) at the end of the month...
http://www.musashi.nl/gif/NK_A4_laag_2005.jpg


He was cool whenI met him so...
As for the Musashi dojos, they are top notch.
The only reason I mentioned the bUdo-kai is because you well see kyokushin AND Judo working together, and it is a thing of beauty.

Ming Loyalist
11/03/2005 10:53am,
thanks, guys, i will definitely check em all out.

and if i want to go fight europeans i have a chance coming up in march at the european koushu lei tai tournament (but i think i'll fight at the arnolds instead since the travel costs are a lot less.)

oh and oldman withers, i am more than well aquainted with that side of amsterdam, i just thought that this visit i would check out the MA part of the city.

keep em coming! i see dutch fighters in MMA, where do they train?

patfromlogan
11/03/2005 8:42pm,
He was cool whenI met him so...
As for the Musashi dojos, they are top notch.
The only reason I mentioned the bUdo-kai is because you well see kyokushin AND Judo working together, and it is a thing of beauty.
We cross posted, so uh, I hadn't read yours - I was asking Ming @ it..

And Ming, some of my middle aged yuppie friends 'party' well in the Netherlands. They bike around the countryside stoned out of their minds. Oh, and the beer, curry and satay are excelent. Paris is nice, check out the walk up to Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre, like all the tourists. :walk: . Foods high, we ate in the Left Bank usually.

sui generis
11/04/2005 3:43pm,
In Amsterdam are many Gyms with excellent or better legendary reputation - I m no Muay Thay buff, but even I know some names :

http://www.mejirogym.com/

http://chakuriki.info/

http://www.vosproductions.nl/index2.php?taal=EN [vos gym]


For Paris, some stuff I remember [taken from a german MA board :icon_stud ]:

Kajyn Club
Loic Pora
Pancrase
13 rue Faidherbe
75011 Paris
Métro: Faidherbe Chaligny
Telefone: 01 55 25 29 20
[email protected]


http://perso.wanadoo.fr/freefight.academy/page2.html

and an adress for Burmese Boxing (!):

Dojo de la COEGF
15 Rue Maxime Petit
91270 Vigneux sur Seine
Telefone: 06 08 70 65 11 (Steeve Quirin) und 06 10 89 78 29 (Stéphane Bralant)
mailto:[email protected]