Originally Posted by davidm724
If there were long intermissions of nothing but the ring girls, I'd agree with the false advertising idea. But they're only being shown between rounds for about 10 seconds at a time. KOTC wouldn't be much good for any sort of porn channel because they simply don't offer much in that area.
As for Wild-On, I've caught some of that and it's pretty good stuff. I'm not afraid to admit I've watched it a few times. Also, I've seen The Girls Next Door on E!, and it's pretty good too. Kind of a waste of time though, since they don't really show anything. They're still nice to watch. So, I'm cool with anything involving women because hey, I'm a dude. I appreciate women. The only thing is that MMA is a big part of my life. If MMA was a religion, I'd consider myself an apostle. I spread the gospel every day. I provide events for friends to demonstrate the power that is MMA. Even though I love women, I do not think that KOTC's approach does MMA justice. Inevitably, there will be a following of KOTC because a lot of us really enjoy a display of the ring girls that is less centered on classiness. My thought is that considering an overall potential audience, KOTC will turn many away, especially those men who have significant others watching over their shoulder.
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Oh, and Payback was pretty good. I'm highly skeptical of remakes as well, but this was decent. Same story, but Mel Gibson instead of Marvin, and he's after 75,000. It's got some pretty funny parts. I'd give it a 6.5/10.
Listen:you've gotten me to thinking about a couple of things,things that I am probably going to bring up as whole new threads in this forum,but since you got me started,I think that I'd like to give you first crack at this.
1.As a martial arts apostle, do you think that there are any myths about the martial arts out there, especially myths that you would like to see laid to rest?
2.About the ladies:If you were in the position of advising a woman on a martial art mainly for self-defense purposes,what would you advise her? One of my buddies is a nurse,recently another nurse was attacked in the elevator of the hospital where she worked,so now she's signed up for this women's self-defense cardio-kickboxing thing that is offered where she usually works out.
I don't know. Women's cardio-kickboxing sounds very McDojo to me.Also what should be taken into consideration is that where we are located, she is within driving distance of taking,say Gracie Jiu-jitsu,Muay thai, or Wing chun.
What do you think?