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  • Blue Flames
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    sayingt hat brown in BJJ is equivalent to 3rd Dan is some seriously biased crap. common now. dont go on about why bjj is so much better than other arts. god. all we need now is some arrogant kung fu and WTFTKD.

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  • DanDavis
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    I've got professional fighting experience in Extreme Challenge and a silver medal in international competition. Either Professional Fighter, or International Silver Medalist, or even both, would be nice. Although, the latter is the more recent of the two.

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  • OC Kid
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    Does the several Venusvian death matches I had while working as a spy interceptor for interpol count????
    How about working as a teacher in the LA school district..Thats got to account for something..

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  • meowrsx
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    it means that their hands are acquainted with the virtues of keyboard warriorism.

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  • Mr. Mantis
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    Originally posted by Samuel Browning
    What does the fist by Osiris, doc, and brand's name mean?
    Use your imagination...


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  • Sam Browning
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    What does the fist by Osiris, doc, and brand's name mean?

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  • LLL
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    I won the International Kumite Deathmatch championship recently (the actual time and place are secret for legal reasons). In the finals I had to beat Van Damme, Frank Dux and Irving Soto; all three at the same time, of course.

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  • Bard of DorAr
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    Because you're special? Just watch out for evil socks..

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  • Crapfestival
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    I dont know why I have this title, Im just a newb white belt who plays the mat like a drum

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  • manchuria
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    PWNED!!!

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  • CrimsonTiger
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    AMEN!

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  • Ronin
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    STFU NOOB !!!!!!!!

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  • Omega Supreme
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    Do I hear a stfu out there? Damn, I guess they never taught any level of humility where you came from. Do you Jack off in the mirror or do you just hold up a picture of yourself. You should tone yourself down and become narccistic. Next time you anally rape yourself just tell yourself who you are and you might give yourself permission.

    Welcome to Bullshido.

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  • Ashe
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    Dunno about what you'd call me. A dabbler, maybe.

    I've been training since 1991, and have attained various non-black ranks in TKD, Sport Karate, Aikido, Judo, Japanese Jujutsu, Inayan Escrima, Chen Tai Chi, Bujinkan Ninjutsu, Capoeira, BJJ, and Shinbudo (listed in no particular order). In most cases I trained several martial arts at the same time, and have studied several of these systems for over 4 years. I've assisted in the instruction of most of these systems at one time or another, most recently in Shinbudo and BJJ.

    I should also mention that I've trained with a few self-defense programs. Some were basic college phy-ed programs, and one was an adrenal-stress-response course with model muggers and full-power hitting.

    I'm not about froo-froo bullshido. While I appreciate stuff that looks cool, I spend my quality time and teaching time on stuff that's gonna work. No matter how diverse the style, it's gotta follow certain principles of application, or it's gonna fail. Reality's a bitch that way. If you think the "Shaolin Monk Masters" you see on tape or at demos are awesome, think again. I figured out how to take full-power kicks to the groin just for fun, and it didn't take long. Recently I taught a friend how to do it in 30 minutes, maybe less. It has absolutely no combat value (well, maybe slightly more than breaking a spear with your throat or having cement busted over your head). The point is that tricks are fun, but not worth spending all your time on.

    Though not sport-oriented, I do like to compete. I gave up on point-sparring tournaments years ago when I learned that punching to the head wasn't allowed. What kind of crap is that?! Anyway, I've placed in a number of submission grappling tourneys, the most notable being the 2001 and 2002 Midwest Submission Grappling Championships in Minnesota. The first year I medalled in 3 of 4 divisions (that I competed in) and the second year brought tougher competition so I only medalled in one of my divisions. I took last year off and expect to lay it down again this fall. Don't look for me to go pro; I've rehabbed one knee surgery already, and I don't plan to have another.

    That's my intro. Give me a funky title or not, it's up to you. I look forward to laughing at the stupid crap people bring up on these forums, and I hope to contribute something of interest from time to time too.

    Jason

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  • Colin
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    I think tt depends whether or not you take your Aikido throws, locks and holds to tap-out pain-evel and Atemi full contact.
    The only place/time I can train my Aikido to that level is in NHB sparring with friends on the weekend. Point is: It doesn't look much like Aikido anymore.. (I'm a Boxer and Judoka - that's the shit that comes out mostly - not the Aikido)

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