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  1. Kouch is offline

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!

    multiple opponents

    while i know jits is good for 1v1. what happens if you get jumped by more than one guy and all u know is jiujtsu?

    if you take one to the ground the other dude will just come by and kick you in the dome peice in the middle of your arm bar.

    unless your an octopus idk how you could fight more than one person.

    enlighten me.
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     Style: Grappling

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    Do you feel 'juijitsu' or another art is promoting fighting multiples or ground fighting in a street fighting encounter?
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  3. Evilenzo is offline

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    Posted On:
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     Style: Aikido, Aikiken, Aikijo

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Standing rear choke, try using one of them as shield until you have a clear shot at a way out and then use "Taijitsu Ougi: 100 m. hurdles race"!

    Even without bothering the big chiefs of the site there's one thing you should learn, as i did here: there's no MA guarranteed to work against multiple opponents, neither a striking nor a grappling one.

    If i'm wrong, i'm sure someone older, bigger and nastier will correct me.
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    Posted On:
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     Style: Aikido / FMA / Krotty

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    The way I see it, if you get jumped by multiple attackers, (assuming you can't run, and don't have a weapon) is that you are going to be hitting the ground in short order anyway.

    The guy you have on the ground with you, is one less kicking you in the head.


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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kouch View Post
    while i know jits is good for 1v1. what happens if you get jumped by more than one guy and all u know is jiujtsu?

    if you take one to the ground the other dude will just come by and kick you in the dome peice in the middle of your arm bar.

    unless your an octopus idk how you could fight more than one person.

    enlighten me.
    Why are you trolling? You posted in the Japanese form so, when you say "jits" you are now talking about the striking art.
  6. Coach Josh is offline
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    Tell you what Kouch instead of asking retarded ass questions why not prove something. Go out and get in a fight with three or more guys. Seriously go prove to us how you can defend yourself against multiple attackers. No theory no what ifs just go fight a bunch of guys at
    Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.

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