>>838769 pretty good if you want to add something to the end you could put something along the lines of "the DIY skatepark has not only helped the skaters of galveston, but has also helped a few local business, such as the surrounding gas stations, which have seen a increase of business because of the park" instead of just the fact, but only if you want. Nice one bro, ive been to galveston before nice town.
I used to train at a school that taught judo and taekwondo with a heavy emphasis on full-contact sparring and self-defense applications. However, we still did forms: they were described to me as a sort of scripted shadow boxing, especially useful when teaching techniques and combinations to a large group. Do other schools approach forms differently? Why the hate on forms?
Because everywhere I see, its always talk about how Taker buried Bray. I mean why do people care so much? Its not like Bray was ever in Taker's league? And its not like he squashed a up and coming mega-star or something. Its just a rambling fatass who bores people on the mic on a routine basis. Taker's legacy shouldn't be tarnished over something like this.
He's not going anywhere, so "get rid of him" isn't an answer.
Ryback suffers consecutive losses and is approached by either Wyatts, The League or The Authority in Raw promo for a vague proposition. He disappears for a couple weeks. A superstar shown before to be friends with him (Ziggler, Cena, Bryan down the line, Axel) begins asking questions about Ryback's disappearance. In all talking segments, the heel stable exclusively uses the name "The Ryback".
Face feuds with Heels and loses at the ppv. Desperate to find his friend, Face shows up on Raw next night and challenges Heels. Face promises to challenge every night regardless of if he gets his ass kicked because "Ryback is my friend and he would never give up on me". Heels come out laughing and calling Face overly sentimental. Heels claim that all humans have a dark side to them that can be brought out through fear and manipulation. "UNLEASH THE RYBACK!" Ryback, from now on officially referred to as The Ryback, is dragged our from backstage. He wears heavy chains around his neck and wrists. He doesn't speak English. Loud, painful grunts and screams are his only way of speaking. Heel explains that, in The Ryback's mind, Face represents the chains holding The Ryback down. Only the Heel holds the key to let The Ryback's power loose, which The Ryback is very appreciative of
The Ryback is now a monster heel used sparingly in short matches at first. Very protected booking. Heels cut promos where they mistreat and sometimes outright abuse The Ryback (for example, they chain him to a wall, tell him it's feeding time and throw food at him)
One day a plant in the audience throws him a copy of that The Secret book. Heels laugh and let him keep it. They tease him, call him stupid and are confident he can't read. The book is The Ryback's only treasure. He teaches himself how to read all over again and then tears the chains off in a massive face turn on the heel.
>>838509 The problem with ryback is that he is simply boring with a title. It kinda feels like he is Goldberg 2.0 - he simply cant keep a long match interesting and either wins like a beast in less than 3 minutes or gets destroyed. Asa contestor he seems far more interesting for me. I liked him being a heel who chased the title. Also there are a shitton of good wrestlers who need a push and simply get pushed in the jobberzone because of people like roman reigns. I cant remember seeing R-Truth win a single match and I dont... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I got my grey belt today in Jiu Jitsu >inb4 hurr durr new We rolled against three people before we got our belts/tips/nothing awarded to us. I lost one and drew two. >How do I not be shit? >pic unrelated
i started playing Tekken on psp and picking characters to see which ones i like and i came across this suave gentleman. i liked his appearance and especially his secondary costume but also his tough style with strong punches, kicks but also some very quick grapples and CQC throws.
on the wiki it says he practises Sambo.
>what do you think about Sambo? is too 2leathal4thestreets?
from a few youtube videos looks like it could compliment something like kickboxing well.
>>838351 It's actually the same sport with a different ruleset. You go to a sambo gym to learn sambo. There aren't like Combat Sambo gyms and then Sport Sambo gyms or whatever... in fact learning just the grappling aspect is usually a pre-req before you can compete in Combat Sambo
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