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Old 02-24-2013, 11:54 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Listen guys I am not a Karate fanboy. I love MMA which is why I am asking this, so I would appreciate more of a logical response than posting some movie name.






Andy Hug was one of the most famous Kyokushin practitioners.





Lechi Kurbanov is also one of the best today.






I AM BACKING IT UP with evidence, if you can back it up with logic, do care to post.:-


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Originally Posted by Hammerlock2.0 View Post
Chuck Liddell, Lyoto Machida, GSP... I wouldn't say it's overlooked.
I already know that, which is why I mentioned Lyoto Machida didn't I?

GSP had to learn wrestling and boxing from the start and he is considered as a wrestler in the MMA world. Even though Chuck Liddell did Kenpo, he is widely credited as a Kickboxer.


ONLY and ONLY Machida uses Karate to its extent and considered a Karate fighter. Hell, even Bas Rutten did Karate.
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