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  • #46
    What's panther style and is he a pussy too!?

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    • #47
      I've said this before in another post, but I will say it here again. Muay Thai, the science of eight limbs, is the HUMAN fighting style and remains unusurped at the top of the martial science food chain. It has eaten up just about every other style on the planet. Just for fun, let's break down the evolution:

      Muay Thai -- human
      Boxing -- 800 lb. gorilla
      San Da -- 500 lb. gorilla
      San Shou -- 400 lb. gorilla
      Jeet Kune Do -- orangutan
      Bak Mei -- baboon
      Hung Gar -- chimpanzee
      Choy Li Fut -- monkey

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      • #48
        Originally posted by sanjiyan99
        Muay Thai -- human
        Boxing -- 800 lb. gorilla
        San Da -- 500 lb. gorilla
        San Shou -- 400 lb. gorilla
        Jeet Kune Do -- orangutan
        Bak Mei -- baboon
        Hung Gar -- chimpanzee
        Choy Li Fut -- monkey
        Taebo -- "Tatoo" from Fantasy Island

        PS- sorry if I've offended any Fantasy Island fans out there

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        • #49
          Originally posted by sanjiyan99
          I've said this before in another post, but I will say it here again. Muay Thai, the science of eight limbs, is the HUMAN fighting style and remains unusurped at the top of the martial science food chain. It has eaten up just about every other style on the planet. Just for fun, let's break down the evolution:

          Muay Thai -- human
          Boxing -- 800 lb. gorilla
          San Da -- 500 lb. gorilla
          San Shou -- 400 lb. gorilla
          Jeet Kune Do -- orangutan
          Bak Mei -- baboon
          Hung Gar -- chimpanzee
          Choy Li Fut -- monkey
          'I've said this before in another post, but I will say it here again.'

          I warned you in another post and here you are spreading your evil religion around here.
          If a bullet is to hit you, its not my fault since it's a HUMAN style by some person. Let me say it to you here one final time so you can get it to your monkey head(obviously sexually orrientated to monkies) MUAY THAI IS NOT A HUMAN STYLE. Anything you use is a human style, WHY because HUMANS USE TOOLS TO FIGHT. Use muay thai against a feirce dog and you will be rendered like mince meat, WHY because HUMANS USE TOOLS TO HELP THEM FIGHT ie a stick. Without TOOLS, humans would have never survived in the wilderness.If you can beat up an elephant with muay thai, prove me wrong because I bet it will take more than fists to kill an elephant.
          In conclusion MUAY THAI is just ANOTHER SYSTEM. If you want to fight about it, I will use a human system, its called a gun and I'll be that your muay thai can do nothing before you can even see me.


          "Muay Thai, the science of eight limbs, is the HUMAN fighting style and remains unusurped at the top of the martial science food chain."
          Muay thai has been beaten up many times as it has won, it is not in the top of the MA food chain and never will be.Muay thai WILL last you even more less than boxing will and in afew years when your joints are FARKED, thats when YOU WILL be beaten up in the street.Muay thai is MEDICALLY bad for you in the long term, I dont know about you but MEDICINE is a branch of science.

          "Just for fun, let's break down the evolution:

          Muay Thai -- human
          Boxing -- 800 lb. gorilla
          San Da -- 500 lb. gorilla
          San Shou -- 400 lb. gorilla
          Jeet Kune Do -- orangutan
          Bak Mei -- baboon
          Hung Gar -- chimpanzee
          Choy Li Fut -- monkey"

          so you compare yourself to the most useless animal in the world if it was a fist fight?Even a monkey will beat you by scratching your eyes out!And to call the other styles monkies, you are obviously refering to their brain, well I'll give you a reality check, 80% of all boxers will recieve brain damage one way or another, do you think these animals will be dumb enough to give themselves such punishment, I think not!


          In conclusion get a reality check, you obviously think your imortal in these posts.Humans EVOLED to the TOOL and STONE age because of one thing, that is their only way to climb up the food chain, not because they can use a fighting system.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Oreanor

            well I'll give you a reality check, 80% of all boxers will recieve brain damage one way or another, do you think these animals will be dumb enough to give themselves such punishment, I think not!
            80% is not a fact, unless you can back that up.
            This article has been shortened for forum reasons, but can be checked out at the link below

            http://www.clinipath.com.au/~loulewi...rnmay2000.html

            Boxing, brains and balls

            JOHN PEARN
            Professor Pearn is Chair of the Ethics Committee of The Royal Children's Hospital and District Health Services (Brisbane), Qld, and Surgeon General, Australian Defence Force, Canberra, ACT.

            MedicineToday I May 2000

            Amateur boxing has had a proud and honourable history since its introduction as an Olympic sport in 686 BC. Although progressive rule changes during the past 200 years have made the sport fairer and safer, the fundamental aim remains the disablement of an opponent by inflicting damage to his brain. The gold standard remains the knockout blow, resulting from cerebral contusion or worse.

            The drawbacks

            Death and brain damage

            The risk of death in or beside the professional ring ranges fromone in 4,000 to one in 10,000 contests. There is virtually no risk of acute death in the amateur ring. In the 10 years before 1962, there were 10 fatalities (all due to intracranial haemorrhage) in the UK amateur ranks. Since then, the annual risk of acute death to amateur boxers has been less than one per 60,000 boxers, a much lower rate. Today, amateur (or Olympic-style) boxing, which involves youths and is supervised and controlled, does not pose an acute contest-risk of death.

            The risk of acute brain damage in a professional bout is about 40%, this being the percentage of professional fights that end in knockouts or are stopped because a boxer is manifestly disabled.

            The underlying neuropathology of brain injury in boxers is due to small, repeated microvascular and contusional injury, resulting in neuronal degeneration and neurofibrillary tangles. There is persuasive evidence that boxers involved in the sport for several years or more have a greater than 50% risk of permanent brain damage . Like the risks of smoking, a tragic legacy is reaped years or decades after the initial exposure.


            The history of rule changes

            Since the London longshoreman (stevedore) John Broughton introduced his initial Rules in 1743, boxing has done much to self-regulate. The significant milestones in reducing barbarity and improving safety are shown in the Table. In the context of any new rule changes to protect the brain, the 1838 New Rule (of the London Prize Ring) 'to place the testicles out-of-bounds', stands out as a nodal point. Ironically, the brain and its disablement are still the prime scoring targets in boxing, 160 years after blows to the testicles were declared 'foul'. In the perspective of progressive rule changes, acknowledgement of the brain's societal supremacy over the testicles is long overdue.

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            • #51
              Another thing I wanted to point out,
              The reason why most modern martial arts will beat todays average boxer is due to the fact that so many debilitating attacks have been removed from this art for sports reasons. There have been many, many changes in the past 2600 years.

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              • #52
                [QUOTE=Oraenor]
                so you compare yourself to the most useless animal in the world if it was a fist fight?Even a monkey will beat you by scratching your eyes out!And to call the other styles monkies, you are obviously refering to their brain, well I'll give you a reality check, 80% of all boxers will recieve brain damage one way or another, do you think these animals will be dumb enough to give themselves such punishment, I think not!QUOTE]

                oraenor = orifice. DAMN orifice boy you must have received a great deal of brain damage yourself from a boxer some time ago! 80% of boxers will receive brain damage? maybe. but i know you took 110% damage from a boxer when you kept mouthing off about your kung fu animal style. so are you implying that boxers are dumb enough to allow themselves to sustain damage? oraenor, you yourself are too stupid to realize when someone is just posting or having fun making allegorical parallels. stick to your animal style, the one taught by your mommy.

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                • #53
                  oraenor you sphincter boy

                  oraenor, can we be on a first name basis? okay, cool. oraenor, i neglected to mention that your animal style, the one your mama taught you, is DOGGY! and your special move is "soul train", where your mama is at the front, you in the middle taking your mama, and your father is taking you from behind! WORD, PEACE, AIGHT! OUT!

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                  • #54
                    **Sigh** rsoliman, if you want to become successful in martial arts and in life, it's best if you walk softly and carry a big stick. Do not revile in return when you are reviled. As I said before, an insult is a blow to pride but not a threat to life. Avoid most confrontations and you will live long.

                    Oraenor, I apologize if the little fun I was having drawing parallels between different systems and respective animals offended you. Perhaps you have spent more time fighting than my years in the Persian Gulf, and in Bosnia serving with the US Army, and my five years training in Muay Thai? In my younger years I lived in Los Angeles, in a neighborhood were street fights and encounters with thugs was commonplace. I've had my own fair share of fights and can attest that what you train in the dojo is really nothing compared to what you experience on the street. Because I have used Muay Thai and some other unorthodox techniques of my own in actual altercations, I feel that it is the best system (at least for me), in my opinion, for other humans (taking into consideration other factors). Granted, Muay Thai has limitations especially when against multiple aggressors. But, that is what my concealed-carry weapon (Sig Sauer Compact P229 in .9mm configuration) is for. Do you know of any incident or do you have any personal experience you can relate wherein you used your kung fu for self-defense? The last incident I encountered was against a drunken man a month ago who tried to kiss my two-year old daughter while my wife was holding her. I responded with a theep (front stomp kick) to his face, shouting at him at the top of my lungs to back off from my family, and telling my wife to run for it. He came back wielding his bottle, so I used a preemptive strike with a right cross followed by a kick to the groin to finish the "match". Thank goodness he was HEAVILY intoxicated so he was felled easily. In any case, Oraenor, I prefer that you would speak in a more civil manner to me, as I am now doing. Thank you in advance.

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                    • #55
                      Shall I top it up with tea Govenor? How about some Lammingtons lady Miriam has prepared for us earlier?

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by darrianation
                        I like the cock roach style (not for that...Geesh) because at the first sign of trouble they scurry away.

                        Actually I don't know how much is true about these guys sitting around watching animals fight and designing systems based on their observations. What a stupid way to go about it. If you want to design a system for humans then observe humans fighting. See what they do, see what works, see what doesn't, see what is common, see what are 1 or 2 time anomolies.

                        If you are human, then fight like one! Althouth there is nothing wrong in making comparisons like he has a heart of a lion, or he is like a bull becuase he is so head strong, and can take punishment but keep on going. Stuff like that.

                        Kill someone with a weapon and go straight to jail...
                        Do the Dogbrothers dig that? Its not justifiable homicide if you are both armed.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by darrianation
                          I like the cock roach style (not for that...Geesh) because at the first sign of trouble they scurry away.

                          Actually I don't know how much is true about these guys sitting around watching animals fight and designing systems based on their observations. What a stupid way to go about it. If you want to design a system for humans then observe humans fighting. See what they do, see what works, see what doesn't, see what is common, see what are 1 or 2 time anomolies.

                          If you are human, then fight like one! Althouth there is nothing wrong in making comparisons like he has a heart of a lion, or he is like a bull becuase he is so head strong, and can take punishment but keep on going. Stuff like that.
                          Whether or not the sitting around and watching animals is true... the reason the story is told that way was because humans did not have a fighting system at the time... make sense?... necessity is the mother of invention. Go watch a bar room brawl with two untrained fighters and tell me what you would use for your fighting system. The problem with this discussion is that no matter what fighting system anyone is studying, all of the asian ma came from the kung fu animal systems.

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                          • #58
                            Dude people, the human way to fight is to punch, kick, slap, bite, choke, elbow, etc....the way an animal fights is the way that animal naturally fights.

                            The way a human fights is the way a human naturally fights. The only reason humans usually can't defeat an animal is because animals are superior in strength, speed, agility, etc.....as I said in another thread, if you take a silverback gorilla and pit it against an animal, it too will punch, slap, bite, etc...and thus arts like Muay Thai are the human way to fight if you are talking about unarmed fighting.

                            Weapons are also a "human" way to fight, but that is in a different terminology. You can teach elephants how to hold a sword and fence.

                            Humans did not learn from animals how to fight because they didn't have any fighting system. It is not like animals each have a specific way to fight, whereas humans had none, and thus had to learn.

                            All animals have their own basic ways to fight, including humans. And the human way works fine against animals like dogs, cats, big cats, etc....if the human is strong and agile enough. Unfortunately most humans aren't, but big apes that fight in similar manners are matches for many of these animals (and then the smaller apes can be mince-meat too).

                            The only animals out there that probably have a specific way to fight, as they are fighters, are probably animals with horns on their heads that fight each other, and African male lions.

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                            • #59
                              Certain beetles can shoot a spray that irritates nerves and reaches 150+ degrees. Is that a fighting style?

                              Ever try to takedown a wasp nest?

                              How about a mongoose? Sure the mongoose looks silly, but it has cajones.

                              Crocodiles and hippos will fight on occasion over territory.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by HtTKar
                                The reason why most modern martial arts will beat todays average boxer .

                                On what planet?

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