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post #7 of (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 03:05 AM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by No_Mercy View Post
I concur. TK is a specialist when it comes to utilizing his combat expertise.

He should open his own dojo. How many applicants you think he'll have.

These topics are always fun. We've all been involved in little skirmishes. I'm sure you have as well. A pro fighter doesn't mean he can win 100% of the times, simply means he has a higher chance of winning and or survival based from his cage/Octagon experience. Look up Rickson Gracie, Roger Huerta, Overeem, Bas, Chuck Liddell, War Machine, and Faber + TUF alumni crazy dude who both survived movie style rumbles in Bali and Thailand respectively.

Martial arts is about respect and discipline. Try out a class and you'll gain a whole new perspective.
Yeah they're definitely a fun discussion and I totally agree, being a pro fighter does increase your chances but I hate when people say "oh he'd roll through anyone on the street like it wasn't shit." And I have tried I class lol, I've been doing BJJ for 2 years and Muay Thai for a tad bit longer along with Wrestling/Boxing. I love it but I also still know people personally who don't train that I'd have an extremely tough time with. Got any links in regards to the fights with Chuck, etc? Would love to hear more about them and what all went down
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