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29th Oct '15 11:34:49 PM Sharysa
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** Rocky is used to fighting full-force and ''receiving'' full-force hits, while Miyagi is only used to sparring with people that aren't seriously trying to hurt him.
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** Rocky is used to fighting full-force and ''receiving'' full-force hits, hits because [[TaughtByExperience he had to fight for self-defense]], while Miyagi is only used to sparring with people that aren't seriously trying to hurt him.him. While Rocky isn't particularly stronger or faster, he has more real-life experience than Miyagi.
29th Oct '15 11:33:02 PM Sharysa
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** Rocky is used to fighting full-force and ''receiving'' full-force hits, while Miyagi is only used to sparring with people that aren't really trying to hurt him.
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** Rocky is used to fighting full-force and ''receiving'' full-force hits, while Miyagi is only used to sparring with people that aren't really seriously trying to hurt him.
29th Oct '15 11:29:10 PM Sharysa
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** Rocky is used to fighting full-force and ''receiving'' full-force hits, while Miyagi is only used to sparring with people that aren't really trying to hurt him.
14th Sep '15 2:25:59 PM Mr.Movie
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* '''Exaggerated''': Rocky can defeat Miyagi-sensei, a karate OldMaster with decades of experience. With one punch.
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* '''Exaggerated''': Rocky Rocky, a man who just punches with his left arm until his opponent falls over, can defeat Miyagi-sensei, a karate OldMaster with decades of experience. With one punch.experience.

** The martial arts style Miyagi uses is more of a combat sport than strict life-or-death battle, like with Rocky.
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** The martial arts style Miyagi uses is more of a combat sport than strict a system for a life-or-death battle, like with Rocky.battle.
21st May '13 9:54:34 AM VPhantom
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* '''Implied''': Rocky beats Miyagi. While it's never outright stated that Rocky is the better fighter or why he won, seeing the two fight, it's obvious that Rocky's less-flashy punches connected more often than Miyagi's fancy flips and kicks.

* '''Implied''': Rocky beats Miyagi. While it's never outright stated that Rocky is the better fighter or why he won, seeing the two fight, it's obvious that Rocky's less-flashy punches connected more often than Miyagi's fancy flips and kicks. * '''PlayedForLaughs''': Miyagi starts off doing a lot of gymnastics and spin-kicks, only for Rocky to stand perfectly still, wait for him to somersault over, and lay him out with one punch. * '''PlayedForDrama''': Miyagi is an ArrogantKungFuGuy who performs a lot of flashy moves while Rocky is RetiredBadass boxer who sets out to teach him not to be a bully. Miyagi's bouncy movements symbolize his impatience and brutality while Rocky's meat-and-potatoes style signifies his stern discipline, allowing him to win the day.
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* '''Implied''': Rocky beats Miyagi. While it's never outright stated that Rocky is the better fighter or why he won, seeing the two fight, it's obvious that Rocky's less-flashy punches connected more often than Miyagi's fancy flips and kicks. * '''PlayedForLaughs''': '''Played For Laughs''': Miyagi starts off doing a lot of gymnastics and spin-kicks, only for Rocky to stand perfectly still, wait for him to somersault over, and lay him out with one punch. * '''PlayedForDrama''': '''Played For Drama''': Miyagi is an ArrogantKungFuGuy who performs a lot of flashy moves while Rocky is RetiredBadass boxer who sets out to teach him not to be a bully. Miyagi's bouncy movements symbolize his impatience and brutality while Rocky's meat-and-potatoes style signifies his stern discipline, allowing him to win the day.
21st May '13 9:50:11 AM AP
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* '''Exaggerated''': Rocky can defeat Miyagi-sensei, a karate OldMaster with decades of experience.
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* '''Exaggerated''': Rocky can defeat Miyagi-sensei, a karate OldMaster with decades of experience. With one punch.

* '''Exaggerated''': ** Rocky can defeat Miyagi-sensei, a karate OldMaster with decades of experience.is physically superior to Miyagi to the point where his moves have no affect while Rocky's punches send him flying.

* '''Double Subverted''': But it wasn't enough and Rocky is still the final victor.
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* '''Double Subverted''': But it wasn't enough and Rocky gets back up and is still the final victor.

* '''Double Subverted''': But it wasn't enough and '''Implied''': Rocky beats Miyagi. While it's never outright stated that Rocky is still the final victor.better fighter or why he won, seeing the two fight, it's obvious that Rocky's less-flashy punches connected more often than Miyagi's fancy flips and kicks. * '''PlayedForLaughs''': Miyagi starts off doing a lot of gymnastics and spin-kicks, only for Rocky to stand perfectly still, wait for him to somersault over, and lay him out with one punch. * '''PlayedForDrama''': Miyagi is an ArrogantKungFuGuy who performs a lot of flashy moves while Rocky is RetiredBadass boxer who sets out to teach him not to be a bully. Miyagi's bouncy movements symbolize his impatience and brutality while Rocky's meat-and-potatoes style signifies his stern discipline, allowing him to win the day.

%%* '''Implied''': ??? %%* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': ??? %%* '''Played For Laughs''': ??? %%* '''Played For Drama''': ???
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%%* '''Implied''': ??? %%* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': ??? %%* '''Played For Laughs''': ??? %%* '''Played For Drama''': ???
5th May '13 9:39:42 PM GentlemensDame883
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** Rocky stylelessness comes from ConfusionFu, which falls outside Miyagi's paradigms, so the latter DidntSeThatComing.
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** Rocky stylelessness comes from ConfusionFu, which falls outside Miyagi's paradigms, so the latter DidntSeThatComing.DidntSeeThatComing.
5th May '13 9:37:16 PM GentlemensDame883
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** Rocky stylelessness comes from ConfusionFu, which falls outside Miyagi's paradigms.
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** Rocky stylelessness comes from ConfusionFu, which falls outside Miyagi's paradigms.paradigms, so the latter DidntSeThatComing.

** Miyagi was easily defected by Rocky, but his OldMaster wipes the floor with rocky.
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** Miyagi was easily defected defeated by Rocky, but his OldMaster wipes the floor with rocky.Rocky.

* '''Zig Zagged''': Sometimes Rocky wins and sometimes Miyagi does. Style or the lack thereof alone doesn't decide fights.
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* '''Zig Zagged''': Sometimes Rocky wins and sometimes Miyagi does. Style and formal training or the lack thereof alone doesn't decide fights.

* '''Enforced''': The author has something against most martial-art training.
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* '''Enforced''': The author has something against most martial-art martial-arts training.

* '''Invoked''': As a sort of martial-art RockBeatsLaser, Rocky drops straight into boxing when Miyagi attempts kung-fu, in the hope that his heavy slugs will overwhelm it's seemingly lackluster defences.
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* '''Invoked''': As a sort of martial-art martial-arts RockBeatsLaser, Rocky drops straight into boxing when Miyagi attempts kung-fu, karate, in the hope that his heavy slugs will overwhelm it's its seemingly lackluster defences.

* '''Reconstructed''': The mere act of ingraining combat responses without also incorporating creativity and intuition is what makes Rocky better able to outperform formally trained martial artists. Rocky can beat any preformulated strategy or technique because he's too adaptable and unpredictable to outfox.
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* '''Reconstructed''': The mere act of merely ingraining combat responses without also incorporating creativity and intuition is what makes Rocky better able to outperform causes formally trained martial artists.artists to be outperformed by Rocky. Rocky can beat any preformulated strategy or technique because he's too adaptable and unpredictable to outfox.
1st Feb '13 9:43:11 AM Rikun
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* '''Downplayed''': ???
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* '''Downplayed''': ???Rocky defeats Miyagi, but it takes him a boatload of effort to do so.
6th Jan '13 10:35:56 PM VPhantom
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* '''Justified''':
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* '''Justified''': '''Downplayed''': ??? * '''Justified''':

* '''Subverted''': Miyagi has a HeroicSecondWind and defeats Rocky.
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* '''Subverted''': '''Subverted''': ** Miyagi has a HeroicSecondWind and defeats Rocky.

* '''Deconstructed''': Rocky's ability to beat any trained martial artist leads to most schools and traditions frantically studying his "style" and methods to try and stop him and his ilk from making them irrelevant. Soon Rocky is faced with waves of formally trained martial artists who, thanks to their dedication and organization, have ''literally'' deconstructed his style and take him apart. * '''Reconstructed''': The mere act of ingraining combat responses without also incorporating creativity and intuition is what makes Rocky better able to outperform formally trained martial artists. Rocky can beat any preformulated strategy or technique because he's too adaptable and unpredictable to outfox.

* '''Averted''': Rocky [[IKnowMortalKombat knows Mortal Kombat]].
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* '''Averted''': '''Averted''': ** Rocky [[IKnowMortalKombat knows Mortal Kombat]].

* '''Enforced''': The author has somthing against most martial-art training.
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* '''Enforced''': The author has somthing something against most martial-art training.

* '''Discussed''': "This fight is like seeing breakdancer in a dance-off against a Russian ballerina. And the breakdancer is ''winning.''"
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* '''Discussed''': "This fight is like seeing breakdancer in a dance-off against a Russian ballerina. And the breakdancer is ''winning.''" ''"

* '''Discussed''': "This fight '''Deconstructed''': Rocky's ability to beat any trained martial artist leads to most schools and traditions frantically studying his "style" and methods to try and stop him and his ilk from making them irrelevant. Soon Rocky is like seeing breakdancer in a dance-off against a Russian ballerina. And the breakdancer faced with waves of formally trained martial artists who, thanks to their dedication and organization, have ''literally'' deconstructed his style and take him apart. * '''Reconstructed''': The mere act of ingraining combat responses without also incorporating creativity and intuition is ''winning.''" what makes Rocky better able to outperform formally trained martial artists. Rocky can beat any preformulated strategy or technique because he's too adaptable and unpredictable to outfox.

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