Why do people think this was so amazing again? >tag team titles on the pre-show >ic title not defended >us title not defended >pointless match between bryan and triple h >cena beating wyatt >shitty divas battle royal >obvious main event winner that went on to have a pointless and shitty title reign >main event match was shitty... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> Hogan, Stone Cold & The Rock to start out the show > Based Triple H entrance > Triple H putting someone else over on the first match > Cesaro being pushed to a new singles run and mirroring WM3 by picking up Big Show to win the Battle Royal > Wyatt's based entrance > Most shocking moment in history with Taker's streak being broken > The fans... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Lay it on me /asp/ies, how does this taekwondo place look inb4 >taekwondo
Pros: >Since I'm a student, pretty good price at $95 for 3 months, free uniform included >Doesn't cost anything to do promotion tests >According to my seniors in my school's taekwondo club, sparring eventually becomes full contact, once you're intermediate level >Head instructor seems fairly qualified, former coach for an Olympic taekwondo team
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>>951781 >allow me to defend myself against someone who doesn't know what they're doing. You can do this with just about any martial art except Aikido. But even with Aikido, you'll still learn basic principles of countering.
Depends on if you are going to play true Scotsman or not.
But yes however nothing is certain 100% flawless victory best magic anti knife death touch. And their is a LOT of bullshit out there. So much so that some in the martial community see dealing with edged weapons at all as almost nearly impossible.
In the end it comes down to how you train any your mental attitude that increases your odds of survival more then what exactly you train in.
That being said style like FMA have the most familiarity with knifes and knife defense on a practical level.
What are the major warning signs of a McDojo? There's a place conveniently near me that seems pretty good, except for that they only full contact spar once or twice a month, which is a huge negative. How do you tell whether a school will be helpful to you or not?
>>949206 >except for that they only full contact spar once or twice a month One of the benefits of my childhood was having friends that had martial arts backgrounds. I would spar with these friends, though, some more often than others.
>When he’s asked if he is anxious or intimidated to make the transition from professional wrestling (where the punches are performed) to MMA (where the punches have malicious intent), he pushes back. His tone is even, but testy. His smirk seems strained.
Punk: I get this question a lot, and it's like you guys think I'm an idiot. Like I didn't know MMA wasn't pre-determined or something like that. Have you ever tweeted at me, "Hey, do you know what you're getting into?"
Wong: I never have.
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>>945552 apparently you can fail the belt exam. but I don't intend to fail any of them. I think it's kinda bullshit how many organizations create this artificial scarcity of blackbelts by basing it on how much time you spend practicing. If I can take one class a week and catch on I shouldn't have to log hours upon hours for the sake of getting a new belt
I think it's pretty mcdojo to force people to have a certain amount of time, its just price gouging
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