"Kenka no Ryūgi" (ケンカのリュウ儀)
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... Noret's fighting style emphasized close combat with pulse swords, designed to send destructive electromagnetic pulses into a machine body to incapacitate or kill the ... The style also included advanced fighting techniques for and against warriors protected by personal shields - a fact that probably kept this martial-arts style alive long ... martial artists from off-world locations arrived to learn from Jool Noret, and soon the fighting style of the legendary warrior became an art in its own right ...
... This design was made to be the ultimate fighting machine and was programmed to learn every fighter's style as it progressed through the tournament ... Because of this, whenever Combot is powered up, he can only utilize one opponent's fighting style at a time during game play, and switches through them ... For some characters, it is immediately apparent when Combot is using their fighting style if imitating Yoshimitsu, it will brandish a sword, and if imitating King, will ...
... His fighting style combines techniques of both Terry and Geese, giving him an edge on both offense and defense ... He fights using Sambo (similar to his distant relative Blue Mary), although much of his fighting style revolves more around direct strikes than grappling ... Her fighting style involve wind-like projectiles that hit multiple times, and swooping attacks intended to catch opponents with suddenly changing directions ...
... He first started fighting in the underground to prove his legitimacy as a fighter ... His style is based on love in contrast to Yujiro's style which is more aggressive and based on rage ... His fighting style is "Amanai Grappling" which seems to be loosely based on Capoeira given the Jumping and Kicking attacks in his fighting style as well as his fighting uniform consiusting of white pants and ...
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“New is a word for fools in towns who think
Style upon style in dress and thought at last
Must get somewhere.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Racism as a form of skin worship, and as a sickness and a pathological anxiety for America, is so great, until the poor whitesrather than fighting for jobs or educationfight to remain pink and fight to remain white. And therefore they cannot see an alliance with people that they feel to be inherently inferior.”
—Jesse Jackson (b. 1941)