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post #11 of 34 (permalink) Old 07-24-2007, 05:21 AM
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Makes me want to learn Muay Thai even more.

IMO Muay thai is by far the best striking discipline you can take up if you wish to participate in MMA.

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IMO Muay thai is by far the best striking discipline you can take up if you wish to participate in MMA.

''My fighting style is kneeing people in the face.''
I'm not training muay thai for mma, just because i think its a really cool art form.
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post #17 of 34 (permalink) Old 07-30-2007, 03:43 PM
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I don't know why, but I don't really like this show. There's just something about it I don't like. They do give a bit of helpful information, but I think most of it is just a waste of time. (Yeah, I've seen both episodes. The Eskrima one and the Muay Thai one)
I think they're trying to be a more elaborate "Fight Science" kind of thing. I'm just not feeling it...

But hey, that's just me. Don't kill me for having an opinion. :P
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I don't know why, but I don't really like this show. There's just something about it I don't like. They do give a bit of helpful information, but I think most of it is just a waste of time. (Yeah, I've seen both episodes. The Eskrima one and the Muay Thai one)
I think they're trying to be a more elaborate "Fight Science" kind of thing. I'm just not feeling it...

But hey, that's just me. Don't kill me for having an opinion. :P
I liked the muay thai one much more than the on Eskrima. I'll probably watch them anyways. Maybe we'll see one of those guys get KTFO at the end of one. I doubt it though.
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i think the show is great. It combines Fight Science AND Mind Body and Kick ass Techniques [a british show] BUT they add one thing that the other two dont have. they fight a champion of the particular martial art they are studying. Although I wish it had better hosts then the pretty boy kickboxer and gigantic football playing highschool wrestler... But for what it is, its a good show. I'm looking forward to Aikido, Iaido, Kendo JKD, even TKD and Hapkido [which hopefully will both be in the same episode.]

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Although I wish it had better hosts then the pretty boy kickboxer and gigantic football playing highschool wrestler
Yeah, those two aren't really good hosts for the show...they complain a lot, and the big white guy throws his ego around.
They should've gotten a host that resembled Bear Grylls from Man vs. Wild. Now he's a great host. Smart as hell, maintains professionalism, while making the show a whole lot of fun.
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