Combat Training Wing?

#3
He seems to be straight up. My daughter went to his dojo at Caston when we lived in Norfolk. Don't know owt about the Combat Training Wing.
 
#4
I think I looked at their website the other month.

Dojo and home in a converted farmhouse if it's the same guys.

Dunno if they are the real "Deal" (pun intended), you hear that many claims these days.

Well, since the 80's and before...
 
#5
Sparky2339 said:
I think I looked at their website the other month.

Dojo and home in a converted farmhouse if it's the same guys.

Dunno if they are the real "Deal" (pun intended), you hear that many claims these days.

Well, since the 80's and before...
Have to admit, I'm always dubious of martial artists who claim to have trained with/taught Special Forces. The very few I've met who really are at that level rarely talk about it and never go into detail.

Having said that, it's entirely possible this guy is on the level.
 
#6
FrankCastle said:
Sparky2339 said:
I think I looked at their website the other month.

Dojo and home in a converted farmhouse if it's the same guys.

Dunno if they are the real "Deal" (pun intended), you hear that many claims these days.

Well, since the 80's and before...
Have to admit, I'm always dubious of martial artists who claim to have trained with/taught Special Forces. The very few I've met who really are at that level rarely talk about it and never go into detail.

Having said that, it's entirely possible this guy is on the level.
If he's on the level, would ye give him a square go?? :D :D
 
#7
Sparky2339 said:
FrankCastle said:
Sparky2339 said:
I think I looked at their website the other month.

Dojo and home in a converted farmhouse if it's the same guys.

Dunno if they are the real "Deal" (pun intended), you hear that many claims these days.

Well, since the 80's and before...
Have to admit, I'm always dubious of martial artists who claim to have trained with/taught Special Forces. The very few I've met who really are at that level rarely talk about it and never go into detail.

Having said that, it's entirely possible this guy is on the level.
If he's on the level, would ye give him a square go?? :D :D
Not in front of the Knowless Men, Brother. :wink:
 
#9
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
They look like a bunch of 1970s 'World of Sport' wrestlers.
Knock kevin pell et al if ye wish..

But how dare you defame the World of Sport wrestlers!!!

Kent Walton will be turning in his grave!! (he is deed I take it.... :oops: )
 
#10
The C.P course certificate is shown on the website, it is clearly marked in big red letters at the top of the certificate as "RONIN". Many will know that Ronin Concepts, known throughout the C.P world as "RONIN", are a top level C.P training provider based here in Hereford. The obvious suggesion is that this firm are issuing certificates that the holders could pass off as "RONIN" qualifications. His firm are not SIA regsitered and his course is not SIA accredited. After three whole days, I'd argue that any C.P and Hostage Rescue course qualifications would be barely worth the paper it's printed on.
 
#12
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
Oh, fuck me. Does that mean we have to go through yet another gzillion 'Shortt' type threads with the usual nutter suspects adding to it?? Yeah, really what Arrse needs..... :roll:
I hope not, I'm still in therapy....
 
#14
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
Oh, fuck me. Does that mean we have to go through yet another gzillion 'Shortt' type threads with the usual nutter suspects adding to it?? Yeah, really what Arrse needs..... :roll:
The need for the "Pitchfork Forum" increases again Flash! :D
 
#16
FrankCastle said:
Sparky2339 said:
FrankCastle said:
Sparky2339 said:
I think I looked at their website the other month.

Dojo and home in a converted farmhouse if it's the same guys.

Dunno if they are the real "Deal" (pun intended), you hear that many claims these days.

Well, since the 80's and before...
Have to admit, I'm always dubious of martial artists who claim to have trained with/taught Special Forces. The very few I've met who really are at that level rarely talk about it and never go into detail.

Having said that, it's entirely possible this guy is on the level.
If he's on the level, would ye give him a square go?? :D :D
Not in front of the Knowless Men, Brother. :wink:
Of course, the martial Arts and Crafts Movement!

Thanks for the help so far.
 
#17
перестройка said:
They look like members of мафия to me.

Ha, i remember learning that technique when i first started Aikido nary a year ago. Of course it's much more fun to clonk the bad guy around the head with the weapon when you've got him on the ground, but your not meant to do that in training these days :D
 
#18
Turk said:
перестройка said:
They look like members of мафия to me.

Ha, i remember learning that technique when i first started Aikido nary a year ago. Of course it's much more fun to clonk the bad guy around the head with the weapon when you've got him on the ground, but your not meant to do that in training these days :D
Of course, you'd have to be a fcuking Mong to get that close to someone when you're holding a Gat anyway... :roll:
 
#19


This book came out in 1996 and you'll see Kevin Pell was a 4th Dan then. By 2005 he's receiving his 8th Dan from the 'European Ju-Jitsu Union', which means promotion every two or three years.
 

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