Thread: TKD question

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    TKD question

    I didn't see this thread elsewhere on the forum, but I just thought I'd ask.

    Why is it the general consensus that TKD is NOT a very effective art? A lot of styles like karate get some sh*t here and there, but overall, people can say that they're not completely useless. TKD is a different matter, and I just wanted to know why.

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    Really? You didn't see a thread even a little similar to the one you just started on this whole site?

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    Um, er, ah, yep, ok, you know what, just have a nice day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueKarateKid
    I didn't see this thread elsewhere on the forum, but I just thought I'd ask.

    Why is it the general consensus that TKD is NOT a very effective art? A lot of styles like karate get some sh*t here and there, but overall, people can say that they're not completely useless. TKD is a different matter, and I just wanted to know why.
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