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  • 10-28-2006, 06:51 AM
    killerinstinct
    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Boone
    Obviously Seth Petruzelli posts here, beyond that I'm not aware of any registered known fighters. Could be though, I don't specifically know any of our 6,000 members aside from a couple of the first few that I talked with a lot early on trying to establish this place.

    I do know for a fact that several "name" fighters read the news site, and some of those even view this forum from time to time. I'm pretty sure they ain't registered though.
    like who Boone?Don't be afraid to drop names.

    BTW why don't you ever post on here anymore?You're one of the smartest posters on here.
  • 10-28-2006, 06:47 AM
    Matt Boone
    Obviously Seth Petruzelli posts here, beyond that I'm not aware of any registered known fighters. Could be though, I don't specifically know any of our 6,000 members aside from a couple of the first few that I talked with a lot early on trying to establish this place.

    I do know for a fact that several "name" fighters read the news site, and some of those even view this forum from time to time. I'm pretty sure they ain't registered though.
  • 10-28-2006, 06:34 AM
    Transworld
    I wrestled pretty much my whole life; grade school, High school and University. I had an older brother who competed at a national level in wrestling. I took up kick boxing at a young age while I still wrestled. In grade nine I wrestled at 84 lbs class and every year I just keep at it until my early twenties. In my first year in university I competed in kick boxing; I weighted 119 lbs. At 23 I took up bodybuilding and competed in two natural shows. However I missed training martial arts, so a few years ago I got back into it. Now I am doing Muay Thai just one day per week...I am a family man now..

    I would never step into the ring at this point in my life. But I have the utmost respect for anyone that does.
  • 10-28-2006, 05:31 AM
    plepius
    still in training
  • 10-28-2006, 04:23 AM
    Anthony
    Been doing kickboxing for over a year and did boxing a few times.
  • 10-28-2006, 03:17 AM
    subman
    Quote Originally Posted by Masscore
    I have been wrestling for 8 years. And i have been doing BJJ for 2. But I never plan to do MMA, I just hate being punched in the face.
    Well put. Wrestled high school and college, then picked up JJ and Muay Thai in my mid 30's. Fought once at a small "show" here in Oregon and won, but my kids TOTALLY freaked out, and there is nothing worse than walking around at 40 with lumps on your head, wife and kids upset, and being sore for 3 weeks after a 90 second fight.

    I have the utmost respect for anyone willing to get in there, but the same respect for those who don't like the mixed message it sends.
  • 10-27-2006, 08:28 PM
    billwilliams70
    I'm a freedom fighter, if that counts.

    Later.

    Quote Originally Posted by gemini522
    I ask this question because I'm not a fighter but just a fan and i feel out of place if all of you guys fight.
  • 10-27-2006, 06:23 PM
    fighterbynature
    Im A Fighter But I Am Also A Huge Fight Fan, I've Never Missed A Ufc/pride Event Yet
  • 10-27-2006, 05:23 PM
    j.farrell
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan0
    I think I’m probably the odd ball on this forum. After 24 years in the military, then 14 years as a cop, at some point in (Nov ’93) when I watched my first MMA event I became very interested in MMA. At that point I said that is something I need to learn (I got my ass kicked on duty early in my LEO career and that was enough to encourage me to get improve). Back in 2001 I was injured at work and medically retired, so, now, I watch and read about as much MMA as I can (or can afford).

    I’m still learning from you young guys, and I appreciate your patience with some of my questions.

    I have nothing but complete and total respect for ANYONE that steps into the ring/cage/octagon.

    JFarrel, I’d really like to see you succeed in your quest. GOOD LUCK.
    thanks, you will. i wont give up until i am champion. i'll keep posting through my process.
  • 10-27-2006, 04:44 PM
    Dan0
    I think I’m probably the odd ball on this forum. After 24 years in the military, then 14 years as a cop, at some point in (Nov ’93) when I watched my first MMA event I became very interested in MMA. At that point I said that is something I need to learn (I got my ass kicked on duty early in my LEO career and that was enough to encourage me to get improve). Back in 2001 I was injured at work and medically retired, so, now, I watch and read about as much MMA as I can (or can afford).

    I’m still learning from you young guys, and I appreciate your patience with some of my questions.

    I have nothing but complete and total respect for ANYONE that steps into the ring/cage/octagon.

    JFarrel, I’d really like to see you succeed in your quest. GOOD LUCK.
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