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Old 02-20-2010, 01:54 AM   #1
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I don't know how this will turn out, but the idea is showing different Martial Arts styles, and their approaches.

If it works, the winner accepts a challenge from somebody else.

I don't have it all worked out, but that's when things go well for me.

Let me say this before the trash talking begins... I don't believe that one style is better than another. I believe the practitioner makes the art.

If a Judo guy trains 5 days a week, and a Muay Thai guy trains one, the Judo guy is gonna smoke the half-azz artist.

So that said, Goju Ryu Karate is a weak art, suited only for Japanese fatheads.

Defend your honor, boy.



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Where did this come from????????


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Ever fought a real goju guy? Didn't think so. Otherwise even your typed words would be slurred mr tangsoo dough boy.

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A concept. To educate non practitioners. Probably won't turn out, but it's worth a shot.

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Yeah?


Well.

I am going with Rickson by armbar.

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Okay, sushi man. Let's start like this.

What does your gi look like, and why? Is there meaning, or are they McDojo pajamas?

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Okay, sushi man. Let's start like this.

What does your gi look like, and why? Is there meaning, or are they McDojo pajamas?
I wear either a white or blue doubleweight judogi made by fuji or mizuno purely for functionality. Karate gi's rip too easy.

And you sir?
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I started with the typical white lightweight. Once at red belt, got red trim for the jacket.

Now it's a heavyweight ( I forget how many ounces). Black pants, white jacket, black trim. The belt however is midnight blue, as black suggests an end, an a Black Belt in TSD is now a beginner again.

You are a punk little girl, but I owe you at least a bow. I have earned the right to stand with my feet shoulder width apart. I slap my hips, present my fists in front of me, and bow.

Your turn.

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Red belt is the end, 10th dan in Japanese culteres.

Should have kept your eyes on me when you bowed. I just kicked you in the face because of the disdain you expressed for my art. Full ball of the foot to the nose, now your gi is red too. You should also control your emotions in an altercation, mudskipper. You lose your temper you lose the fight, but as I have experienced with korean styles......they look pretty dancing, but after the first blow they get all catty and lose control of technique.



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