Ah yes, the dreaded groin kick that ALWAYS works in every art ever taught.
Originally Posted by Gruwel
You have proof and sources they weren't trained? I saw security, cops and random people you couldn't possibly know to ascertain their training. The funniest part of your post is you discounting his theories and promptly inserting your own.
Ah yes, the bite. Really? So, if I get all of the articles, like you just did, of MMA and BJJers surviving the street, what then?
"Rather learn BJJ for locks", ag please! The only reason you cannot get out of triangle choke or arm bar in MMA is because of rules. You are not allowed to hit somebody in the groin, bite him, pick him up and slam him on his head, etc. All which is allowed in the street. When you fight someone in the street, you're most probably not going to be able to put him in a triangle choke and if you do that with me, I'll pick you up (or just walk forward over your neck) and slam your neck onto the tar and breaking it.
As you might have heard on the news, two Oregon men in Los Angeles for a grappling tournament recently used their knowledge of jiu-jitsu to subdue an armed robber at a Korea-town hotel.
Knife, weapons and BJJ, grappling and MMA OUTSIDE of the cage. Hmmmmmm. Oh and please go watch some MMA. I've seen people slammed on their heads, kicked in the groin, hair pulled, eye gouged and any "street"technique you can name.
The woman, an off-duty US navy sailor, knocked the knife from his grasp, broke it in two, bit his hand, wrestled him to the ground and put him in a stranglehold between her thighs.
I told you guys it was headed to silliness.
ALL? Take a deep breath because they all do not.
If last said is true, then why does all the elite special units in the world, like the IDF special forces, train in some sort of hand-to-hand defense like Krav Maga and not in BJJ/MMA/MT?