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    Shui Jiao and Mongolian wrestling are not like BJJ. Omega's CMA has a Russian base for its ground fighting.

    If there is a legitimate style, it hasn't been found yet. No, dog boxing is escaping from the ground while striking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Try naming one.

    Shui Jiao and Mongolian wrestling are not like BJJ. Omega's CMA has a Russian base for its ground fighting.

    If there is a legitimate style, it hasn't been found yet. No, dog boxing is escaping from the ground while striking.
    Well I don't know any I was just asking as there are hundred's of CMA systems (apparently).
    Why do people think there are no ground based CMA systems?
    Do any of the CMA systems have ANY type of ground work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeeu kui View Post
    Well I don't know any I was just asking as there are hundred's of CMA systems (apparently).
    Why do people think there are no ground based CMA systems?
    Okay, let me repeat myself:

    If there is a legitimate style, it hasn't been found yet.


    Do any of the CMA systems have ANY type of ground work?
    Is this a new question because, this wasn't his point. Yes, there is ground work. AS was noted
    There is nothing in CMA that specifically covers what happens when you are rolling on the floor so look elsewhere for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Okay, let me repeat myself:

    If there is a legitimate style, it hasn't been found yet.


    Is this a new question because, this wasn't his point. Yes, there is ground work. AS was noted
    Ahh, ok. Thanks for clearing that up for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Try naming one.

    Shui Jiao and Mongolian wrestling are not like BJJ. Omega's CMA has a Russian base for its ground fighting.
    Don't forget Catch, Judo and Jujitsu.

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    Sorry, I tend to forget ALL of the Billions of arts you studied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeeu kui View Post
    Is that true? So you are saying that out of the hundred's of CMA systems out there none of them cover groundfighting?
    Note I said specifically..and rolling on the floor.. yes there are styles that claim 'groundfighting' but as far as i am aware they mean trips, kicks and flips from a prone position not actually ground grappling which is what i mean. Let me know if I am wrong about this as i would seriously like to think that the CMA cover 'all under heaven' in fighting. ( humor )

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    He understands now.

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    I still find it funny people believe the Chinese, with their long history of warfare, never learned to grapple.

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    I think it has more to do with the level of ground fighting. Not grappling.

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