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Re: CM Punk training in Jiu Jitsu with Gracie and Ed "Al Bundy" O'Neill

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Originally Posted by HEELKris View Post
I didn't run from anything, I'm just tired of typing the same shit all the time, so I'll just keep posting the same video. None of you can counter even one argument from it, the only thing you can do is bash the author for bad pronunciation which is completely irrelevant to the topic and you know what he's talking about anyway. And what's wrong with Wikipedia? Does the truth make you angry? If something's not there it doesn't exist - exactly. If Alberto Del Rio's Wikipedia page talks about MMA, it's because he's trained in it and he's a real MMA fighter unlike CM Punk
If you feel the need to post the same shit all the time it's because you don't know the difference between MMA and the individual martial arts. BJJ in particular.

As said, no one here has said anything about Punk training MMA so posting a video of a guy that says that he doesn't train MMA is redundant. Comment about the topic instead.

As for my comments about the guy in the video, he proves that he isn't particularly bright and pointing out things he does wrong can help other people that aren't read up on martial arts when they watch that video.

What's wrong with Wikipedia? Two things relevant to this. First of all it's not a reliable source of information. You don't have to go to a university to find out that making reports based on Wikipedia will be discarded, regardless of whether they turn out to be right or not. And, more importantly, the absence of information does not prove that something does not exist. That especially goes for things that aren't relevant to why a person is known and Punk training BJJ is not relevant to him being a pro wrestler (although it is on his page these days). Both of these are basic knowledge about how to treat information.

Again you're being redundant with the MMA talk since that's not the topic. There's nothing new about ADR being an MMA fighter, I watched his fights in PRIDE back when they happened (2003/04), and it's irrelevant to the fact that Punk trains BJJ with Rener Gracie.

So don't be afraid. You don't have to write "the same shit", you can actually respond to what I write.

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