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    Sounds cool mate hope it goes well, wish you all the best

    Check out http://www.bullshido.net/ :

    Re back stabbers, just be careful and not get taken advantage of


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    Last edited by fishface; 06-03-2008 at 06:24 PM.

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    THEE Mark Connor markjitsu's Avatar
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    sorry, but aren't you the guy who doesn't actually train martial arts, and who recently posted pictures of yourself, asking if people thought you could become a "cage fighter", based on your appearance
    PROFESSIONAL MMA SHIT.
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    GIVE ME MONEY.

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    caledonianprint
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    nope,

    currently training fitness, boxing and judo.

    and you sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caledonianprint View Post
    nope,

    Oh, but I beg to differ.........

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    1) find interest
    2) find premises
    3) find quality instructors
    4) sit back and watch the millions roll in
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme-ma View Post
    I remember this.

    I have a picture of me with Hitler too.
    LANCASTER AND MORECAMBE MMA - Home to Shay Walsh, Matty Steele and Alex 'The Marksman' Makhonin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emmet J View Post
    I remember this.

    I have a picture of me with Hitler too.
    Is that Hitler the cat?

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    i have my own small club.. teach several private classes next to it... Its realy easy actully.. But it takes TIME, and be prepared to 'fight' with loads of nutcases (ballgrabers, biters, idiots etc)
    Insert whiny message

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duchman View Post
    i have my own small club.. teach several private classes next to it... Its realy easy actully.. But it takes TIME, and be prepared to 'fight' with loads of nutcases (ballgrabers, biters, idiots etc)
    Absolutely True!
    Team War4Sure, Full Time MMA Gym In Gravesend, Kent

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    you might want to read this thread before you do anything......

    http://www.cagewarriors.com/forums/s...hlight=bromley

    If you need a friend, get a dog !
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