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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-18-2005, 08:40 AM
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Man this dude is an idiot.
That was a bigass lucky shoot,
and he looked like an idiot swinging his hand like windmill.

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I agree, it looked like a lucky punch/swing. But than karate kid had some strange moves too...
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Sorry guys was not luck.......That was overstrike windmill ridge hand. Takes serious practice as to when and WHERE to pull that strike. Its mainly a decisive strike to obviously strike the opponent behind the jaw, below the ear, impacting the cartoid (sp) artery. When struck properly you saw the results as in text book. Shooting pains, disorientation, loss of dexterity/balance, and if followed through percisely (which seems he did not drive through the opponent /being nice/) you will dislocate the jaw from the hinge socket as well as causing excruciating pain for HOURS!

No, he looks well versed by his balance and control. Maybe a little over the top in his warm up but i attribute that to prep and mind clensing of "training" and NOT practical exercise.

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knocked the fuck out!

I agree 110% with Kelly. That getto kid who looked like he was slap boxing got knocked the fuck out! Clean punch behind the ear which thrown with the right amout of fource will take anybody off their feet. Some people just don't respect the martial arts enough. It's not all fancy kicks as you just saw. That getto kid is lucky to get back up from that punch, prob. learned a lesson, and should be happy that he will live to fight another day.

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Maybe a little over the top in his warm up but i attribute that to prep and mind clensing of "training" and NOT practical exercise.
Strategy, maybe? It seemed to work pretty well to throw the other guy a bit off-guard.

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Sorry guys was not luck.......That was overstrike windmill ridge hand. Takes serious practice as to when and WHERE to pull that strike. Its mainly a decisive strike to obviously strike the opponent behind the jaw, below the ear, impacting the cartoid (sp) artery. When struck properly you saw the results as in text book. Shooting pains, disorientation, loss of dexterity/balance, and if followed through percisely (which seems he did not drive through the opponent /being nice/) you will dislocate the jaw from the hinge socket as well as causing excruciating pain for HOURS!

No, he looks well versed by his balance and control. Maybe a little over the top in his warm up but i attribute that to prep and mind clensing of "training" and NOT practical exercise.
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If you guys aren't into martial arts (except your movie knowledge which is staged) you'll realize he was on point with the punch. As a matter of fact he threw the same exact punch (move) 2-3 times last one hitting. Don't hate. But it's not going to be like in the movies when you're on the street. The point is to learn technique so that no matter howl it looks - it's effective!

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