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Old 12-04-2012, 20:55   #51
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a master thespian!
This, he is not. LOL

But for a while there, his movies did do well. I always got a kick out of the soda bottle suppressor. Unfortunately I can't find the scene on YT.
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Old 12-04-2012, 20:56   #52
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Under Seige was good...however, all I remember is a girl that comes out of a cake on the ship.
She was a Playboy Playmate. I think that she only flopped nungas a few times in the movies.
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I haven't fought in a ring in a very long time...and it was kickboxing, not MMA (wasn't available to me then). I trained in multiple martial arts (including judo (couldn't use that in the ring then), kenpo, tae kwon do). Even just what I did, it was day & night going into a ring...and quite a shock when I fought my first and only pro fighter.

I don't know what to believe with Segal. He's surrounded himself with so much Hollywood hype over his career, who knows. Based on what I have seen and read, he's very skilled in one style. However the guys that fight now in MMA, IMHO, have much more diverse skills that yeild an overall better fighter. Combine that with the age, shape, etc, I'm thinking Mr. Segal won't fair too well. But who knows...my first fight - I was a young, overly confident individual and fought a guy much older that was shorter and looked to be out of shape. It was the only amatuer fight that I lost, but I lost it really well. He knocked the livin' crap out me. I lost my peripheral version immediately after the fight for a short period.

Kudos to you and others that train in MMA fighting and put it to the test. Not me. There's a place not too far from me (Creighton's MMA) that I've thought about visiting just to train. However I can tell you that any kind of fighting sport takes a toll on your body. Injuries to my hands and feet still cause me problems 25 yrs later. Not sure I want to add to that.
You should train, even if you are just toying with the idea. Feel out your gym near you. You are right, your body will get banged around a little. Most gyms are not even close to what people think, they are laid back with really nice helpful people. At one point we had all different kinds of people at ours. People who did it as sport, exercise, competed in traditional Gi jiu jitsu to people who trained for MMA. It is great experience and is an eye opener. I would really like to start going as much as I used to, hopefully when our overtime slows down.
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Old 12-04-2012, 20:58   #54
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This is a joke right? MMA fighters are only dangerous in the octagon, is that it?
yeah no kidding..... tell that to Roger Huerta
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what if he eats Randy??
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Old 12-04-2012, 21:02   #56
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How did the fraud know I was referring to him w/o using a name...

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But I called it before he did...of course, you did say at least one. It's all so confusing. I think the giant cake scene has really caused me to slip a gear.
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Seriously?
Whatever he may be and whatever skills remain he is an old, overweight guy.
How does that saying go, too fat to run / too old to fight.
Anyway, Segal's principe martial art is Hapkido, great on the street, gut against an MMA champ...... I don't think so.
So much wrong with this.
His style is not Hapkido it is Akido or Aikido (i've seen it spelled both ways). Maybe someone can chime in with the correct spelling.
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Because you're the only one that would derail your own thread with something you think you know...
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Outed & outed.
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His style is not Hapkido it is Akido or Aikido (i've seen it spelled both ways). Maybe someone can chime in with the correct spelling.
Never studied it, but I'm not sure there is a "correct" spelling in English. Pretty interesting martial art though.
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Outed & outed.
Isn't there a subforum you should be on? After all, GNG hates your kind...
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Outed & outed.
You cut me deep, TBO
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Close my friend. There is no rules in a fight.
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Isn't there a subforum you should be on? After all, GNG hates your kind...
That's a bit strong. I don't know him. Have butted heads over on the carry section on rare occasion. But he is entertaining and has a job that I still don't understand why someone would want to do it today. Seems like a good guy to me.
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Holy crap...you must be as old as I am. I suspect I have it on vinyl Is he still a Muslim?
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That's a bit strong. I don't know him. Have butted heads over on the carry section on rare occasion. But he is entertaining and has a job that I still don't understand why someone would want to do it today. Seems like a good guy to me.
Oops...yeah, you apparently don't know the whole back story to this. I wasn't referring to you, my apologies.
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Rules in fight = not a (real) fight.
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That has a better ring to it.


BTW - Tantrix...you're right. I have no clue of some past issues there. Of course being older...oops, seasoned, I tend to easily forget things like that
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Based on thread interest, I'd say they could draw some decent PPV money on a Seagal / Couture fight. Surely that's not behind the whole thing.
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Billy Jack would kick both their asses!
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Billy Jack would kick both their asses!
Chuck Norris would kick all their asses...and their Mothers would feel the pain from the beatings.

P.S. I cannot believe we got to page 3 before Chuck's name was mentioned.
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I'm doing this from memory so bear with me. Years ago, Seagal couldn't get financing for his latest film because the script had gotten Bhuddist and lost its investor appeal so he had either the Gambinos or Geneoveses in NYC finance it. The movie flopped and the Mafia wanted their money back and when Seagal couldn't cough up he was beaten so badly by two untrained goons he required hospitalization. HH
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