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    the young man is off to a blazing start. 368 posts in just over two weeks on the board. You have shown great dedication and have been a welcomed addition to the boards.

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    yes, the kid has hit the ground running with no sign of slowing down.
    Like Billy Jacks' soul attack, I'm one Injun you wont forget.

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    And it's not even wrestling season yet... He could turn into one of the all-time greats.


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    Gold, glad you made it over here. Please feel to post here more often.

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    The young man deserves all the accolades he gets. Kudos to you mhs189. And those aren't garbage posts either. There's a lot of insight in his postings.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    The young man deserves all the accolades he gets. Kudos to you mhs189. And those aren't garbage posts either. There's a lot of insight in his postings.
    I wouldnt go as far as to say that they arent garbage posts, some of them have a sterlingish feel to them. but hes a young buck, Im sure that in time he will blossom into a full quality poster.
    Like Billy Jacks' soul attack, I'm one Injun you wont forget.

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    Hahaha, I thought this was going to be a sarcastic post at first. I really do appreciate it. I must admit, I am much less experienced in the mma world than the majority of you and that often contributes to my lack of knowledge/evidence behind my posts. However, this forum has doubled, even tripled my mma knowledge within the past 3 weeks. I used to always do searches on google for wrestling moves, matches, etc. because I am always open to learning more about wrestling, and I would always come across a post on this forum. I finally decided that it would be a good idea to join the forum and it has been nothing but a pleasure ever since. I do indeed plan on keeping up with this forum and hopefully find some more time to read up and whatnot after making weight on the 22nd. And yes, it isn't even wrestling season yet.
    "It ain't about how hard you hit, it is about how hard you can get hit and keep moving foward, how much you can take and keep moving foward. That's how winning is done!"

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    What's on the 22nd? And bring us up to speed about yourself. I read up on your profile, but that isn't really enough info. Who are we dealing with exactly here? I'll have you know I was nationally ranked in Judo as a junior back in the old country and when I came to America, I ran roughshod over my American folk style opposition. I am a very successful business owner and have amassed a significant amount of wealth. I am one of the more humble posters on this forum. Check us out on our group, Old Ball Coach MMA http://www.thewrestlingtalk.com/grou...iscussionid=13
    Lets go Brent!

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    the Midnight Bash Wrestling Duals. It's a tournament taking place under the lights on a soccer field at night. I weighed in at an open tournament a month ago at 222 and everyone on my regional/state forum is now positive i'm wrestling 215 next year. Well, i'm now at 206 and well on my way to 192 for the 22nd. As far as putting you up to date about myself, i'm a national folkstyle champion. I am also undefeated FS/GR but didn't make it out to Fargo this year due to injury. I will most likely be a BJJ brown
    "It ain't about how hard you hit, it is about how hard you can get hit and keep moving foward, how much you can take and keep moving foward. That's how winning is done!"

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