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LondonBoxer123
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This video was posted elsewhere on the internet apparently this site isnt big on other sites being linked), and it sums up everything here pretty nicely. Well worth a watch. No idea how to embed it, sorry.

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Robert A
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[quote]LondonBoxer123 wrote:
This video was posted elsewhere on the internet apparently this site isnt big on other sites being linked), and it sums up everything here pretty nicely. Well worth a watch. No idea how to embed it, sorry.





Find the video on youtube, not directly from another imbed.

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LondonBoxer123
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Much obliged, mate.

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Robert A
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LondonBoxer123 wrote:
Much obliged, mate.


The trick is to use a wrist lock to gain youtube compliance...you work those right?

Good video and worth the watch for anyone wondering.

Regards,

Robert A

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SKELAC
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harmony72 wrote:
Is Muay thai good to learn if i want to defend myself in the streets? There's seem to be a good school that teaches muay thai im my area. I've looked into krav maga, but the sense i get is that the schools doesnt seem that good. Of course im basing all this on reading online reviews and looking at the school's websites.


Thumbs up for Muay Thai!

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