Discussion in 'Kung Fu' started by ronki23, May 12, 2019.
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Great kick/sweep. Lima is and always has been an amazing fighter. Would like to see MVP jab a lot more in the future. He jumped in after he wobbled Lima and that's when top flight fighters are the most dangerous. Ask Aaron Pico!
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I thought the video showed a great sweep by a technician: it looked like he timed the sweep for precise moment his opponent’s weight was on the front leg.
That was a great leg kick. I know having thin legs is a genetic thing but I always wondered how he'll do if ever caught with a kick.
But that was perfectly timed and then a lovely uppercut.
He'll be back better than ever I think...
We were talking about this quote the other day. It's on the wall in our school.
Paul Daley was afraid to stand with him, I think that says a lot more about MVP's ability than this episode of succumbing to a wonderful piece of fight IQ
Holy Hammerfists, Batman!!! That's one way to do it. On multiple reviewings, I'd have to say they were totally unnnecessary, though. It was kind of obvious he was KO'd. Chalk it up to adrenaline and youth I guess.
It's from his speech "Citizenship in a Republic", which he gave in Sorbonne, France. As real today as it ever was, and in my personal opinion, more relevant than ever. Ever get the feeling there are more bean counters and peanut galleries than ever in history?
Adrenaline, hype, red mist....etc. sometimes the person doing the KO can't see the person getting KO'd. And just swarm in.
I've lost interest in martial arts long ago- reason being people I refuse to train with and/or want to rematch keep changing clubs. I only went on here because MVP finally lost
You mean people avoid you in real life too??
Well I hope you find something in its place. As much as I always say that people need to learn a martial art, sometimes its not for them.
How about macrame? Decoupage? Bead needle weaving?
You know what? I was actually going to suggest knitting!
So you gave up because you don't like losing?
How's that working out for you?
So you admit MVP was on a wining stream?
Hard to deny the streak when theres actual recorded evidence.
Anyway looks like Ronki will have time to troll another MA forum from now on
He's over on t nation at the moment explaining why he gave up lifting because other people are stronger then him.
And no I'm not making this up.
The guy seems to have issues, I hope he works through them at some point.
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