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  1. Neildo is offline
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    10/23/2005 5:30pm

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     Style: FBSD

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    wow. I didn't notice the belt until you pointed it out. So that's what a candy-cane belt looks like, eh? hurting.
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    11/09/2005 9:51pm


     Style: Judo, Aikido

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    A joint lock (kote gaeshi) from a handshake.
    It worked moderately well when I tried it, but the point is that it takes a real asshole to submit someone from a handshake.
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    Posted On:
    11/09/2005 11:34pm

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     Style: MMA

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    ha yeah, I remember that one. I was like, "Why would you ever do this?" and my instructor was like, "If someone y'know, squeezes your hand to hard or . . . hell, I don't know. My teacher taught it to me and my ribs still hurt from yesterday so we're doing this instead of sparring"
    There's no choice but to confront you, to engage you, to erase you. I've gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain. I will use my mistakes against you. There's no other choice.
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    Posted On:
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     Style: Recovery-Fu

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqme
    A joint lock (kote gaeshi) from a handshake.
    It worked moderately well when I tried it, but the point is that it takes a real asshole to submit someone from a handshake.
    would you believe I learned a submission and a take down that works pretty good ... yes .. from a handshake ... I just filed it away as a ninja move with the other "handshake defenses "....
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    Nuke a unborn gay whale for Christ.
    I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.
    BILL HICKS,
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    Posted On:
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     Style: Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku

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    Ah, yes the good ol' southern japanese handshake. It's what got the Americans into WWII, you know. All that hibby-jibby about cruiseliners going down... pssha. It was a handshake gone bad.
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    Posted On:
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     Style: Not.....working

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    In a style that won't be mentioned.There are self-defence moves that are thought.One in particular stands-out in my mind.

    Victim stands in front of his Opponent.Opponent sends a right punch to the head of the Victim.Victim responds by blocking high with the left arm.That makes sense .Right?

    And this is when it gets retarded.Opponent is uninjured and very aware.So at this point 1st person then moves toward and turns under the opponents right arm to lift the opponent up and over the back.

    So while Victim is contemplating the move....... the opponent then responds with a left-hook punch to the Victim's chin.Game over!
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    Posted On:
    11/10/2005 11:56am


     Style: Thai boxing , JJ ,TKD

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    " intuitive footwork"
  8. Tong Long is offline

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    12/07/2005 3:09am


     Style: Kung Fu,Karate, Kali,

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    The worst technique that I have ever seen is not just one single technique. Its the idea that first you block and then you punch or viceverce. When blocking one should be punching at the same time or at least damaging the oposition in some way.
    If I punch at you, you will block, then you will punch and I will block. Two hours later one of us will have to buy the beer.
    Karate and Kali when taught correctly will block and punch at the same time.
    In most southern styles of Kung Fu this is taught as the basics.
    When you get the block/punch down usualy they add a kick in there somewhere.
    SO you're blocking, kicking, and punching at the same time. Ya just have to do a few hours of chi gurk so ya don't loose ya balence.
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    Posted On:
    3/17/2006 2:37pm


     Style: BJJ + Muay Thai n00b.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyd
    Haymaker defense: Karate chop the collar bone, breaking it. Grab the offending arm, straighten it out, and jerk it back and forth "into" their shoulder. The idea was that once you broke the collarbone, you could use the arm to stab them in the throat with their own clavicle.
    I'm gonna try that next class.
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    Posted On:
    3/17/2006 6:18pm


     Style: tzu jan kune do and mma

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    worst technique i've ever learned was blocking a thai kick with ur wrists.......... the result breakin ur dam wrists lol

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