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post #51 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-05-2012, 07:58 PM
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Please point out where that retard in the video even "throws a haymaker with enough force" to hurt a fly? Execute a perfect jab? The guy couldn't execute a perfect anything other than run into fist. This is the awesome instinctual striking you claim every guy has? And trust me, I've seen worse in real life.

And even if everyone did know how to throw these mythical powerful KO haymakers of yours, you realize how easy it is to block them? When all a guy can do is throw from side to side. All you have to do is keep your arms up and you'll never git hit, because the guy has zero variation.

You're a fragile deluded guy with no recourse but "troll" for anyone who obviously shows the holes in your delusion.
Don't you have "video's" to go watch lmfao. Well I can understand if you question some new guy about practical experience or credibility but you can look Jim up, he was one badass mofo, don't believe me I guess no skin off my back.
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post #52 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-05-2012, 08:25 PM
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Don't you have "video's" to go watch lmfao. Well I can understand if you question some new guy about practical experience or credibility but you can look Jim up, he was one badass mofo, don't believe me I guess no skin off my back.
http://www.mmafighting.com/2011/09/1...m-his-first-t/
Everyone talks nice about every teacher of theirs, and then the article just goes on the repeat the stories on Jim's own website.

Ok forget the videos (notice the lack of an unnecessary apostrophe ' by the way), how about you just link me the fight record for Jim's supposed KO Kickboxing win in this US Kickboxing championship that I can't find for the life of me on IKF, google or any legit kickboxing org site. If you do, I'm sold.
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Oh and I'm not a troll, you're a fragile deluded guy with no recourse but "troll" for anyone who obviously shows the holes in your delusion. If you had any common sense, you'd realize how absurd it is to call someone a troll who's been a forum poster and member 5 times longer than you have. You'd think the mods would've caught on by now?
I've said that I didn't think of you to be a troll before, but I call you a troll in this specific discussion, because you repeatedly twist my words or put words in my mouth that I've never said. So either you have a reading and understanding problem or you are a troll in this discussion.
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