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Clinton Murphy ...
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Ming Qiu ...
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30 November 2003 (USA)  »

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SAM: Segredos das Artes Marciais  »

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XMA is not martial arts at all, no relationship whatsoever
1 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

this video was exactly what XMA is: overblown, full of itself and ridiculous. there is nothing here that relates in any way to martial arts. nothing that would apply to defending yourself in violent situation. It should be called "gymnastics with screaming angry cheerleaders" NOT 'extreme martial arts' which it is NOT I think there is more energy and more fitness involved in those cheerleading competitions than this stuff, and really, it's almost exactly the same. Maybe extreme cheerleading?

better watch someone twirling a baton in a marching band than watch this garbage.


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