DantheWolfMan UnderGround >> To Mr. Blauer...
|3/7/02 8:32 AM|
Member Since: 01-Jan-02
Blauer Tactical Systems, Inc.
Kyle, The most important thing is that you did it. Really, that's what counts most. Like I write often in this forum, moving from spectator to participant is the biggest step. The winning & losing at this stage is irrelevant. Jean-Yves Theriault lost his first important fight by stunning knock out to Blinky Rodriguez and then went back to training and pretty much became the most winning and one of the most feared fighter ever in kickboxing. So losing is never really 'losing' if you learn from it. 'Winning' insight and confidence is more important than the record itself. See you soon. Tony
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