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11/29/04 9:14 PM
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Ricky T
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If you could only do one TMA , which one would you do? I'd learn Hapkido, it has a lot of self defense kicks and also fancy kicks, joint locking, throwing, arm bars, leg locks , chokes. It's an all around TMA.
12/4/04 12:18 AM
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TheJET
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David Vieira BJJ / Tampa CombaT

I would learn Kyokushin Karate, but only if it were in Japan and I was getting my ass kicked all day every day.  The traditional side of this style is awesome and very hard core. 

Or, I'd love to train Muay Thai in Thailand.  It doesn't get much better than that.

 

12/5/04 1:05 PM
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Willybone
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Judo
I'd love to become one of those effortless players with the phantom foot sweeps.
12/6/04 6:47 PM
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Naughty Gorilla
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for life ? tai chi
12/12/04 10:19 PM
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ShiroRyu
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I'd go with theJET, I would love to do Kyokushin or Muay Thai in their old traditional way. Or I would also do Kendo or Kenjutsu. I love swords.
12/17/04 7:16 AM
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gakami
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This is a difficult question to answer. muay thai and judo are obvious ones I suppose. But I would also like to study wingchun from a good teacher. I think there are a lot of great workable ideas in wingchun. For once I'd like to see a good wingchun practitioner spar with a good muay thai practitioner just to see how wingchun principles in action as it was meant to be.

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