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PRESS RELEASE: CA 1st Womens MMA Championship!

criscyborg.com - Cris Cyborg promotes California’s first Female state Champion! July 2nd Santa Ana California Cris Cyborg has announced her partnership with South Coast Mitsubishi and GET DOWN FIGHTS to present the...


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No Redemption For Joe, Kato Brutally KO’s Schilling… Again

entimports.com - Amazing KO by @hisakialive!! #BellatorKB2 pic.twitter.com/dcOEoDUyIz — Bellator Kickboxing (@BellatorKB) June 25, 2016 Joe Schilling was relentless in his attack in the opening minute of the fight,...


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All In The Family — Melendez Victorious In Tonight’s Return To Bellator Action

entimports.com - Keri Melendez, the wife of Gilbert Melendez, put on an absolute clinic in the ring at “Bellator Kickboxing 2” when she clashed with Sarah Howell. It was clear at the beginning of the fight who the ...


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Bellator Results: Rampage Turns His Back On Ishii, Gets Smashed And Still Somehow Wins A Decision

entimports.com - Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Satoshi Ishii clashed in the center of the cage in the main event of “Bellator 157: Dynamite 2” in a fight that was slow to start, but the pace of the fight started to...


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Bellator Results: Chandler Brutally KOs Pitbull Out Cold In Rd. 1 — Watch!

entimports.com - The fate of the Bellator Lightweight Championship was decided at “Bellator 157: Dynamite 2” when home-town fighter Michael Chandler clashed with Patricky “Pitbull” Freire in the co-main event of th...


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I like Sundays as I get up early and can go practice my Filipino Tia-Chi early in the morning. I find the morning is peacefull and I can work my own Sayaw while it is still quite. I can take the time to explore each movement and study it. It is good to back and play hard and it is good to flow through and build your internal energy. I feel that there is not enough of the internal side taught  with most FMA styles today. I believe that it is as important as all of the rest. I have heard that the old Masters in Hawaii and the Philippines could make their energy flow though the tip of their stick when they hit and when they moved them. I believe this is true. I know the Chinese masters had many exercises to practice this side of the art.

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