UFC fighter Frank Mir talks guns, knives, and martial arts

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With great freedom comes great responsibility. If a person is deemed responsible, them they should have the means to fulfill they needs. It is definitely an interesting interview.
 

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The more interviews and fights I see him in, post accident, the more I like him. I agree with most of what he said, good to see he is expanding his training.
 

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I often used to comment, in threads concerning adapting one's art to the street, that it was time to "Stop thinking Frank Mir and start thinking Frank Castle".

It would seem I was in error and Mr. Mir's grasp of the problem is more than perfectly adequate after all.

Consider me corrected.
 

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I often used to comment, in threads concerning adapting one's art to the street, that it was time to "Stop thinking Frank Mir and start thinking Frank Castle".

It would seem I was in error and Mr. Mir's grasp of the problem is more than perfectly adequate after all.

Consider me corrected.

It's his Kenpo background. :)
 

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I often used to comment, in threads concerning adapting one's art to the street, that it was time to "Stop thinking Frank Mir and start thinking Frank Castle".

It would seem I was in error and Mr. Mir's grasp of the problem is more than perfectly adequate after all.

Consider me corrected.

I feel like a dork for knowing who Frank Castle is. Thanks for that.
 
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