I would like to say, shame on most of you for not knowing he was just fucking around.
Back on topic.
So it has been established that the 3 main domains in MMA are Striking, Wrestling (position control, takedowns), Grappling (submissions). Now would you say it is better to be Very Good in all three or be Great in one and Good in the others.
I'm talking about years of pro training here, not some ammy 3 times a week training.
P.S. Hey Ke?poFist, you will never be this good.
Oh yeah, since the jiu jitsu guy who bitches about time limits is never seen laying there like a rug.Quote:
In the old days a Jiu-Jitsu fighter could tie his opponent up for as long as he needed on the ground, until they either tired, or presented an opening to be submitted. Now the ref just puts it back on their feet, so the opponent knows if he just lays there like a rug instead of trying to escape, he can get stood back up.
Show me a successful cooking show where the camera focuses on a slow-cooking crock pot for several hours.Quote:
Saying Jiu-Jitsu isn't a complete fighting system for MMA, is like saying that a crock pot isn't a complete form of cooking in a chef's competition, because the rules of the cooking show make you have to have your meal prepared in under 15 minutes. There's no time to marinade let alone, slow roast, so of course everyone's gonna be stir-frying!
BJJ, this gi, my time machine set for 1993 and that's ALL I need....and this scrotum saddle and that's ALL I NEED