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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFan View Post
    On a more serious note, "aikido" wristlocks can work, I've pulled them off before in grappling. Don't believe me? GRAB MY WRIST & PREPARE TO DIE!
    The guy in the background says do not want!!111


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    How do pigeon-toe grapple?

    How do sweep from third gate?

    How do dihedral guard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    Think your grammar might be a bit iffy with that one.
    I blame google translate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadlyVenom7 View Post
    i know you're trying to be funny(and not sure as some sort of response to my thread, sorry if i'm being presumptuous), but honestly, things do overlap and can be applied in a different context.
    My OP was totally true. I did both things today at my lunch time training session. You quoted my post and seem to have missed the loltastic white text. That was the real point. A hard earned foundation in alive training allows me to do stuff I've essentially never trained because my body already knows what it is doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadlyVenom7 View Post
    sometimes you find people who suck at such and such art and it just reinforces the idea you had about that art already. then you find people who train hard and can make what you consider the worst art work. and you also realize that the body can only move in certain ways, and the laws of physics don't change because you do a different art. i try to appreciate everything now and take the best from all arts, but it took me some time to appreciate.
    My chinese (ex)girlfriend taught me what to say when I take down someone who does kung fu.

    "Woa Han Gu Dan!" when the match starts

    And then...
    "BAO WOA!" with the ippon.

    Anyway, Physics do not apply to WC. the goat stance does not work, you will get skullfucked. If you do the wing chun side stance, I will make love to your face. You have no chance against a single or a double leg, because your sprawls are ****, your punches are weak, and your kicks don't touch anything.

    I say this with love, dear reader, for I myself did the Chun for four years.

    However, I still have a crush on aikido. I think to myself 'I reckon I could get it to work, one day...' though it turns out it will be twelve years from now.

    I would like to know how hard it is to wristlock someone without pinning them down though.
    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka_UK
    Judo is the PC to Sambo's Mac.

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    With regards to the loltastic white text in the OP, it could perhaps also be correct to state it as follows:


    So the moral of the story is that not having years of alive training is what makes stuff that works into bullshit.

    As it worked when someone with alive training applied it.
    Last edited by Ignorami; 9/22/2011 3:01am at .


    When life gives you lemons... BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!!

    "what's the best thing about aikido then?"
    "To be defeated by your enemies, to be driven by them from the field of battle, and to hear the lamentations of your women." ermghoti

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100xobm View Post
    My chinese (ex)girlfriend taught me what to say when I take down someone who does kung fu.

    "Woa Han Gu Dan!" when the match starts

    And then...
    "BAO WOA!" with the ippon.

    Anyway, Physics do not apply to WC. the goat stance does not work, you will get skullfucked. If you do the wing chun side stance, I will make love to your face. You have no chance against a single or a double leg, because your sprawls are ****, your punches are weak, and your kicks don't touch anything.

    I say this with love, dear reader, for I myself did the Chun for four years.

    However, I still have a crush on aikido. I think to myself 'I reckon I could get it to work, one day...' though it turns out it will be twelve years from now.

    I would like to know how hard it is to wristlock someone without pinning them down though.
    don't generalize the chun, mine is different. i dont do goat stances and my punches are pretty hard. i have clips up from 2 full contact fights in another thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadlyVenom7 View Post
    don't generalize the chun, mine is different.
    Regardless of accuracy you know how this sounds right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark View Post
    A hard earned foundation in alive training allows me to do stuff I've essentially never trained because my body already knows what it is doing.
    Cheers for the mighty whiteshark =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark View Post
    Regardless of accuracy you know how this sounds right?
    I know I just feel as though I don't represent the characterization of _ng _un here.

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