You are just jealous that after we wash our hands in piss we can take up arms to defend ourselves from hordes of looters.
Originally Posted by judoka_uk
Smell that? It's the smell of freedom....
Damn thing about freedom is idiots get the same chance to breed as everybody else. :(
a beautiful way to end a thread, wouldn't you say?
Ninjas and washing your hands in beer-piss.
This is what ninja threads at Bullshido have come to.
Come on....you can do better.
"I have a very big penis, and hair on my balls. Is that the sound of a baby monkey? no. Its ninjas!"
This is the pinacle of human achievement as it relates to ninjer threads.
Ya see,the difference between us Americans and you Euro-trah is you are obsessed with us,while we don't give a flying **** what you are up to.
European countries are like really annoying small dogs owned by old ladies. They yap and yap and yap until someone pays attention to them.
Oh yeah, good job believing that wasnt an act,btw. Morons.
You can have my nukes when you pry them from my piss scented hands.
Originally Posted by judoka_uk
Interesting. We touched on another club called BBD (Bujinkan Brian Dojo) here or on another thread recently. They basically did the same thing as what you are talking about but they took it to very extreme places. He spent some time training with Ishizuka and Hatsumi in the early days so he found it easier to mix the Buj with his own styles. He had a lot of tough guys in his club who were involved in hurting people on a regular basis in their day/night jobs so the foundations of the club were completely different to what you find in the typcail modern Buj club. Ultimately the aliveness that he injected and the pressure testing morphed the style into something else. Through lot's of full contact kyokushin style sparring with no gloves or shin pads it became apparent that ichimonji was no good for stand up trading strikes. He used it in some techniques but he also tweaked the stance completely to how it was used in Japan to allow faster movement and use of kicks (he had a karate and kick boxer background). The grappling we did was a mix of judo and Buj arm locks and chokes - loads of randori, great at the time but crude in comparisson to modern MMA clubs although I believe he has introduced a lot more MMA and BJJ into the curriculum now. He even created a rigid curriculum which every member got that showed all the techniques, kata, stances and skills required to get to shodan.
Originally Posted by Styygens
When he left the Bujinkan organisation (he kept the BBD name) he came under a lot of fire from Buj purists who said he was 'doing it all wrong'. However, looking back at it now he was the only one out there pushing things into the alive zone.
Here's a taste of grappling at the BBD, it's not up to the standard of a serious BJJ or MMA club but in terms of the Buj it's leagues ahead - you can see though that it is no longer anything like what the Bujinkan actually teaches The weapons and stand up striking side of things include lashings of ninjaness and lots of alive sparring (including kendo with shinai!).
Thought you might this interesting:
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