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Kyoji Horigucci has a 42 inch vertical

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by PurpleDrank, Feb 19, 2016.

  1. PurpleDrank Black Belt

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    via Tecia Torres snapchat. Kid's an athlete. Have a fucked up Friday everyone.
     
  2. B0mbSquad Purple Belt

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    *cant see shit*
     
  3. SirKratos Silver Belt

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    I can't see

    What you did there
     
  4. Machina Obscura SpaceCommissar

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    "Vertical" .. is this some kind of body building language? What am I missing here?
     
  5. M Raid K Black Belt

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    I suppose "vertical jump" is what TS meant.
     
  6. SirKratos Silver Belt

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    You don't know what vertical means?
     
  7. accolyte1022 Captain Belt

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    It means he's athletic and exp.... wait, what?
     
  8. Rational Poster Actually the Best Poster

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    I think it's a brand of television.
     
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    Change the Christmas hat

    Its not Christmas ya grinch
     
  10. PurpleDrank Black Belt

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    Cant post it but follow her on snapchat shes hot
     
  11. Machina Obscura SpaceCommissar

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    Ah, that makes sense. Thanks.
    Well, if it means a vertical jump, I do understand now. I did not before this thread though..
     
  12. Kalmah Snap Jitsu Belt

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    Impressive, that's almost as tall as he is.
     
  13. PurpleDrank Black Belt

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    Does anyone have an issue with Kyoji Horiguchi, or is he pretty much cool with everyone?
     
  15. Evangelion Gold Belt

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    A box jump does not equal vertical leap.

    So no he doesnt
     
  16. Odoylerules4lyf The Salacious One

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    This guy is a BEAST! He is going to get so much better at ATT, they have a lot of light weight talent for him to work with and some great coaches. I want to see him fight McCall is McCall is healthy enough to fight.
     
  17. Bull Terrier Black Belt

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    Not a vertical jump.
     
  18. accolyte1022 Captain Belt

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    Yeah, JJ Watt pulled off a 61 inch box jump.

    TS is a goof.
     
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    Lol....... What the other guys said. Not a 42 inch vertical
     
  20. markys00 Silver Belt

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    You are actually correct according to Pythagorean theorem it's actually greater than 42 inches, I'm not even trolling much
     

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