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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-28-2009, 04:34 AM
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I agree with some of the other guys, this is dangerous.
I see you guys do have a "referee" but he need to know some rules or you guys will probably end up hurting each other.

Not only is this Smidget punching to the back of the head but he also punches cody at the spine (or very close to) during (1:22-1:25) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oe4Pv...e=channel_page

Thats nothing to recommend and are not allowed for a reason.

Also if you guys are going to use kicks you should work some on the flexibility (stretching), it looks horrible..
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-28-2009, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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I agree with some of the other guys, this is dangerous.
I see you guys do have a "referee" but he need to know some rules or you guys will probably end up hurting each other.

Not only is this Smidget punching to the back of the head but he also punches cody at the spine (or very close to) during (1:22-1:25) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oe4Pv...e=channel_page

Thats nothing to recommend and are not allowed for a reason.

Also if you guys are going to use kicks you should work some on the flexibility (stretching), it looks horrible..
Yea, I understand that, We've actually had alot of it reinforced now. Better "Ref" and a lot of rules clarified.

Thanks for all the feedback guys, It actually helped a lot. Sorry about the MMA rule not passing for your states yet, I hope it does.

Also Swedish Fighter, Nice name. I'm Swedish Myself.
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post #13 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-29-2009, 09:47 PM
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Where at in Kansas? I'm in KS also. I've competed in MMA competitions in Texas and submission grappling in Wichita. I'm too old to fight you kids, only 25 but been doing actual martial arts since I was 6, but I got some students and friends that would be glad to fight smidget. Another thing, your friend needs to actually learn MMA before he thinks about fighting any of the guys I mentioned.

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Where at in Kansas? I'm in KS also. I'm too old to fight you kids, but I got some students and friends that would be glad to fight smidget.
Fort Riley / Junction City / Ogden.

Yea, I know. He thinks he's a beast. And I can't fight yet(Injuries), I'm way better on the ground then any of those guys.

But yea, it would be entertaining to see.

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Tell midget to get ahold of Josh O'Neill. I haven't been to Fort Riley or talked to Mr. O'Neill for many years, so I don't know if he's even still in the area. If he is, then your buddy should think about training with him at his dojo for a few years before he decides to give mixed martial arts a try. Maybe your friend is a beast to his other friends, but from what I saw on his videos is that I have a 9 year old in one of my jiu jitsu classes that is a beast compared to the guys he fought. Anyways, go ahead find Josh O'Neill and inquire about joining his dojo or one of his classes. If he's not there anymore, I'm not too sure about what other options there are in that area for MMA. I do know there's a couple Tae Kwan Do, and I think an Aikido dojo in Junction City. Basically, he should find out what martial art resources, mixed or not, or available in your area and train for awhile before he decides he wants to be a mixed martial artist.
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Tell midget to get ahold of Josh O'Neill. I haven't been to Fort Riley or talked to Mr. O'Neill for many years, so I don't know if he's even still in the area. If he is, then your buddy should think about training with him at his dojo for a few years before he decides to give mixed martial arts a try. Maybe your friend is a beast to his other friends, but from what I saw on his videos is that I have a 9 year old in one of my jiu jitsu classes that is a beast compared to the guys he fought. Anyways, go ahead find Josh O'Neill and inquire about joining his dojo or one of his classes. If he's not there anymore, I'm not too sure about what other options there are in that area for MMA. I do know there's a couple Tae Kwan Do, and I think an Aikido dojo in Junction City. Basically, he should find out what martial art resources, mixed or not, or available in your area and train for awhile before he decides he wants to be a mixed martial artist.
Thanks, I don't think Josh is here anymore. I actually started training, and am going to start training again with Joe Wilk, He's in Manhattan, That's the closest i've found to doing BJJ and MMA. Yea I believe they have a Muay Thai gym in Junction City, and Karate/Tae won do in Manhattan too. Thanks for all the advice, I'll pass it on.
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