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  1. Colin is offline
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    This last post is the post you should have posted first.

    Also, in YMAS, I'm a troll. Didn't you know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HereBeADragon View Post
    Thinking more about Cheeks disappointment with his performances I do see some important points to remember. Looks like the old double leg gave you more trouble than anything else. A low base and a lot of work on sprawling will help that a lot. Also sounds like you've got some good people to role and practice with. If you don't work much on throwing in your gym where are they learning their throws?

    I'm doing Judo for a lot of the same reasons you are but its important to remember that the transition isn't all that easy. Its a different rule set to some degree, and Judo players and Jiu Jitsu players can vary a hell of a lot in how they work on their entries for throws. With practice you will see how to use your Judo and be a better fighter for it. For added encouragement here is a video of some Judo being used in MMA
    How long have you done judo, Captain Advice? You waste words

    anyways...

    I showed up to a bjj club and was genuinely humble as hell, because I'm only a sankyu in judo and I knew that they could destroy me on the ground. I'm there permanently now, but I digress.

    After a month there I entered a bjj comp, I figured (being lefty) fakey ouchi to tai otoshi, they'll never expect that.

    Turns out I didn't expect to have my leg grabbed and lifted. You never need to worry about it in judo (kinda) so I never sprawled. But at that time I got dumped and armbarred (which I got out of), but 30secs later I got omoplata'd, which I think are easy enough to get out of, so I'm quite embarrassed about that.

    That and judo gis suck in bjj comps.

    But, I have found russian grip does well in comps, but no one crosstrains in NZ.
    Last edited by 100xobm; 6/09/2011 3:31am at .
    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka_UK
    Judo is the PC to Sambo's Mac.
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    My mate who's a Judo 3rd dan recently entered a BJJ comp and threw his first 3 opponents with De ashi barai and thus immediately started the ground part of the match in side control.

    His fourth opponent immediately sat down as soon as the ref started the mat and would not stand up, lol.

    As for kyu grade Judoka not being able to do Judo in a BJJ comp, well duh. You can't even do Judo yet so no wonder you can't do it in a BJJ comp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    As for kyu grade Judoka not being able to do Judo in a BJJ comp, well duh. You can't even do Judo yet so no wonder you can't do it in a BJJ comp.
    Oh I know. I didn't then, but I know that now. It was a learning experience.
    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka_UK
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    You don't need Judo to me competitive at BJJ tournaments. You need a single leg a sprawl and a guard pull from grips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark View Post
    You don't need Judo to me competitive at BJJ tournaments. You need a single leg a sprawl and a guard pull from grips.
    Yea apparently, but I had wet dreams of dropping people on their heads and taking my position before they realised they were still fighting. My single leg and double legs are good but I was trying to showcase my awesome competition rules Judo skills(lulz), and to answer the question posted earlier, the reason people and my class are good at the wrestling takedowns is because my NOGI class is taught by a low level proffesional MMA fighter named Steve Gable and they train the wrestling take downs a lot. Unfortunately because of my work schedule I dont catch them anymore. That and it wasnt like I was rolling with other white belts, Im training to compete so I only picked people blue belt and up that had already competed at the last Pan Ams.
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    Give up your dreams of high amplitude judo throws in BJJ comps. It is a waste of energy. No matter how good your takedown is, it is still only 2 points. Some dude got a great takedown on me last tournament and I still ended up ahead by the time we settled down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark View Post
    Give up your dreams of high amplitude judo throws
    If you can't actually do high amplitude Judo throws.
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    It's often iffy to pick a secret advantage that's cheap and widely available.
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    Much better to get it over-priced, over-hyped and widely avaliable.
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