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Thursday, 02 December 2010 17:15
Hello Perry, I agree with you. You're right. Pero, para sa akin, takbuhin si Pakyaw. I've also watched some of his other fight videos. His strategy has always been "takbo ng takbo." I don't really care for that kind of strategy, Sun Tzu man o hindi. For me, in a fight, fair and square, a man, a real man, a real fighter, that is, will stand toe to toe against his opponent. It's okay not to be too aggressive ... and to wait and then deflect and counter your opponent's attack. BUT to RUN and RUN and RUN all throughout the duration of the fight is, for me, NOT a fair and square fight. So, as I've said, as a fighter, Pakyaw is a runner. The takbuhin kind of a fighter. Pare, sa Kamias, hindi uubra ang ganyan strategy. But you know that. You're a Kamias Boy. Thanks for the feedback. I appreciate. You're a scholar and a gentleman. Take care now. Jesse

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