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10/28/2007 12:38am,
So this was from September 8th, 2007. It was a smokers match in upstate NY. Enjoy and whatnot.

EDIT : Im the one in the right hand corner. The really awesome looking kid.

BTW, when they stop the action for no reason at all, its actually the ref thinking a mouthpeice fell out. Turns out someone left one in the ring from the fight before and it confused the ref, but its no big deal. He was just watching out for safety.

Uri Shatil
10/28/2007 12:40am,
Nice. Which one was you?

10/28/2007 12:41am,
Wheres my tag bitches?

Also, I was supposed to fight on 11/10 in New Jersey but the event is cancelled.

10/28/2007 12:45am,
Joe, use the [yt] tags to do this with the number of the video in between, don't post the code.

Go on AIM I'll show you.

He's the one who won, initiating the Hitler salute at the beginning.

10/28/2007 12:48am,
Congratulations on the win. I liked the repeated knee strikes.

10/28/2007 1:06am,
Nicely done. Out of curiosity, do you know what the other guy trained in?

10/28/2007 1:13am,
Congrats Joe, nice work!

10/28/2007 1:24am,
He trains in Kickboxing and Sub grappling at Ray Longos as far as I know.

10/28/2007 1:47am,
Nicely done, congrats.

10/28/2007 2:49am,
He trains in getting fuckedupfu as far as I know.

Joe, you have some really good looking cornermen, they look like Greek Gods.

10/28/2007 2:55am,
Congratulations. That was pure domination on your part.

Teh El Macho
10/28/2007 9:06am,
Ah you bitch!!! You deserve your fighter tags!!! Contratulations man, congratulations.

Goju - Joe
10/28/2007 10:42am,
Congrats to all you pasty New Yorkers

I have MMA envy

10/28/2007 11:43am,
Man, I wish I had the balls to enter into an MMA fight.

That was a great fight. Please post more of your fights.

10/28/2007 11:50am,
nice knees!

10/29/2007 1:41am,
The funny thing is we didnt even focus on knee strikes at all during training. I only had a few months (4-5) of stand up training before this, at about 4-6 classes a month. Thats not that much especially considering I wasn't sparring much at all. My stand up coach just went over the knees and plum a few nights before, hoping I could use my wrestling clinch to set up knees. But we still figured I was just gonna jab and go straight for a double.

I've been doing lots of sparring now and my stand up shows it. Its not great yet, but I was afraid to stand for this fight. Thats why I just threw quick jabs and closed the distance (hoping he would grab) and then clinch.