January 9, 2013
Tags: 2008, 40th, Japan, Karate, OPEN, Tournament Posted in: Japan Golf
Movie Score: 5 / five
Shihan Bijan Fard said...
Best regards from kyokushin-kan Germany.Osu
01/9/13 5:20 AM | Comment Link
how do tell who is winning ?
01/9/13 5:25 AM | Comment Link
bs i’ll beat the shiznic out of them !!!
01/9/13 5:53 AM | Comment Link
I only mentioned that it seems to me the Japanese were sometimes given a win in a tie situations, or given a tie situation in non-complete loss situation – not just from this video but from other tournaments too. I may be mistaken, of course.
In either case, I won’t “fight” with anyone over this – neither here, nor on tatami. That wasn’t the goal of my comment. Bless you.
01/9/13 6:37 AM | Comment Link
krolechka didn’t quite make the cut so (s)he drops the old “the matches were fixed” implication. I didn’t see any of the “non-Japanese” exactly rolling over the opposition in the matches they won. When they lost, it appeared to me that they did indeed lose. When you have a gripe about the judging, point it out pal. Insinuations are for “cats,” if you know what I mean. Can’t wait to see you out there on the tatami destroying the competition with your “non-Kyokushin” talents and skills.
01/9/13 7:28 AM | Comment Link
sam fisher said...
01/9/13 7:54 AM | Comment Link
Yeah, looks like being non-Japanese you kinda couldn’t win.
But that’s definitely changed in 2011!
01/9/13 8:25 AM | Comment Link
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