I was an alternate for the national team in full contact Karate a few years back, and year prior to that I had placed 3rd in the provincial championships for my age group. I've trained with a bunch of kickboxers, including Jean Therrault and the current Canadian WKA 70kg champion.
Couture is going to press him against the fence for an easy UD. Did you see his fight against Brock? Come on now, he's going to walk through Toney, who only has a punchers chance at best. I'd love to see Couture get a TKO, a full out KO seems a little far fetched.
Not at all; I disagree with your inherently flawed views on life that you blatantly plagiarize from Indian "prophets" who manage to bilk unsuspecting, kind hearted people out of their hard earned cash, and in many cases install in them a false sense of hope in their wishy-washy snake oil practices. My objection is towards…
That would be clever if you hadn't fallen into the same pattern in this very thread. :facepalm: Maybe you should go ask Eknakpaddywhack what I'm talking about, if he reworded it and sold it to you, then you might be able to understand.
It's never a sure thing, like all other forms of gambling it carries a tremendous risk. Buuttt, if you really insist on wasting your money, pick up a copy of "horse betting for dummies", it'll teach you EVERYTHING you need to know + a lot of stuff you don't really need to know about the sport. It might not seem like it at…
The following coins supposedly work on the NY subway in lieu of tokens: Danish 25 ore Portuguese 50 centavo Jamaican half penny Bahama penny Australian schilling French WWII era 1 Franc Spanish 10 centavo Nicuaraguan 25 centavo Any NY'ers here to confirm this?
The GO train system in the GTA is notoriously easy to ride for free; I used to do it all the time. If you get busted by one of the plain-clothes or walk-on ticket checkers, then you're slapped with a hundred and something dollar fine if you don't have a ticket;which only costs like 4 bucks. Is it really worth it?