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    Default Steveo Poulin age 7

    Check out the leg cradle @ 1:52


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    An amazing amount of cool technique for such a little guy... that was fun to watch

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    Igot it from a guy on FOS & then I saw it on TOM. JB found that FLo had an interview with the little guy too. There is a shot of his Dad wearing a Cornell shirt.


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    That's a bad little boy. What a stud.

    I hate to stereotype the kid for being a great athlete, but I hope his involvement is completely of his own volition and he continues to love it as much in 10 years as he does right now.
    To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.

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    VA - I agree - and if he does, watch out! It is hard to believe that a 7 year-old could be that advanced in technique. Amazing kid.

    R.I.P. Cyrano and Roxanne.

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    another young phenom... this one's a kick boxer.

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    Default Re: Steveo Poulin age 7

    holleekrap

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    He seriously reminds me of Andrew Alton with those throws. It's downright scary how much technique kids are learning at such early ages nowadays.

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    Default Re: Steveo Poulin age 7

    I was about to post this-this kid is a STUD-not only does he dominate he has excellent form and uses moves I never taught til High School-his escapes are perfect-head up -back straight -hips away-switched from a side cradle to a figure 4 of the head effortlessly.
    Was it me or did he seem to wrestle a few BIGGER guys ?

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