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  • 10-30-2006, 08:31 PM
    AJL416AZ
    Quote Originally Posted by kowarrior
    You can't train standup with CroCop unless you got a left or right kick from hell as your main weapon, which most fighters don't. Otherwise you'll be wasting your time training with him.
    Cro Cop's LHK is famous, but the rest of his kickboxing is very solid, and his trainers are world-class for kickboxing, i think he still uses his team that he was with when he was fighting K-1
  • 10-30-2006, 06:18 PM
    kowarrior
    Quote Originally Posted by Ginmortal
    I think I'd like to train with Rickson or BJ for BJJ, Hughes for GnP and CroCop for stand up...that would be wicked!!
    You can't train standup with CroCop unless you got a left or right kick from hell as your main weapon, which most fighters don't. Otherwise you'll be wasting your time training with him.
  • 10-30-2006, 06:14 PM
    Ginmortal
    I think I'd like to train with Rickson or BJ for BJJ, Hughes for GnP and CroCop for stand up...that would be wicked!!
  • 10-30-2006, 03:58 PM
    Boo
    Quote Originally Posted by MMAPIMP
    urijah faber , scott smith, james irvin at ultimate fitness ......oh wait i already do
    Thanks for rubbing it in MMAPimp. If you are going to bring it up, it's only fair if you give us the dish on it in "off topic."

    BTW, just watched again this weekend Urijah's lightweight title fight in WEC. Man, that was a good fight!


    Back on topic: I'd hang with the Miletich camp for starters.
  • 10-30-2006, 03:41 PM
    kowarrior
    Quote Originally Posted by Twist of Lemon
    Ground and Pound is more or less what i ment when I said Tito lol, my bad on that one
    I'd like to see him try ground & pound on Fedor!
  • 10-30-2006, 11:19 AM
    Twist of Lemon
    Quote Originally Posted by TapOut27
    Tito's striking is terrible. His ground and pound is top notch though. Anderson Silva would be the better choice for striking.
    Ground and Pound is more or less what i ment when I said Tito lol, my bad on that one
  • 10-30-2006, 07:31 AM
    Ubermensch
    Alliance Jiu-Jitsu with Marcello Garcia and Fabio Gurgel.
    Also wouldn't mind Frank Sharock, Bas or Penn either.
  • 10-30-2006, 06:46 AM
    UFCfanatic
    Quote Originally Posted by kowarrior
    I think Fedor Emelianenko's style would be perfect for me. Not only are we similar in size, but he has the ability to generate tremendous power in close quarters on the ground and can really terrorize an opponent with his g&p. Plus his overall ability standing up and his skills on the ground, it seems like he represents exactly the kind of style that I would be best suited for, if mentioning my strengths as a potentional fighter. I'm a striker by design, and my hands are fast and relatively short armspan, therefore I don't require alot of space and distance to throw powershots in a tight area. Fedor is the master of that, he would be my #1 choice for a trainer.
    Another strength of Fedor's is his chin. Lets not forget that. Anyone that can outstrike CroCop must be part machine! So, do you have this as well??
  • 10-30-2006, 05:54 AM
    killerinstinct
    Quote Originally Posted by tapper
    wow, you put tito and silva in the same boat, i think thats giving tito alot of credit.
    same boat in striking too.
  • 10-30-2006, 05:24 AM
    tapper
    Quote Originally Posted by Twist of Lemon
    I'd love love LOVE to train with Matt Hamill for his wrestling skills (I'm a amatur wrestler who has won gold before in NWT Regionals in Canada) I'd love to get a grip on some greco and stuff like that. As far as striking goes I'd love to train with someone like Tito Ortiz or Anderson Silva.

    I'd like to get the back fist of Carter to
    wow, you put tito and silva in the same boat, i think thats giving tito alot of credit.
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