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Old 01-02-2013, 02:36 PM
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The subject of the thread is Capoeira IN MMA, which by all logic means an integrated approach. It's unfortunate that some MMA fans (Particularly some of the younger ones) have the mentality of trashing an art because the art is not itself MMA rather than digging into it and finding what it has of value in it, which is the essence of MMA in the first place. We develop an integrated approach (that continually grows) by respecting the arts out of which that integrated approach will be built and thereby learning what we can from them.
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