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    Critique my crappy ideas.

    I took it from some overly complicated technique, but think this part could actually work

    so...

    *a person is with his face very close to you, intimidating you, talking threats etc but without a real fighting stance, basically in heatbutt range with arms flailing

    *this range is very annoying to me

    *what about

    *one hand in the face, one hand in the back of the head, sudden twisting movement to turn the person around, then rear naked choke


    would this work?


    I tried this on my BJJ trained friend, I told him stand in front of me and act like that

    and I did it to him, asked him if it could actually work, he was pretty surprised and said it was a sweet move


    what do you guys think about it?

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    I went to a judo school, completely untrained in the grappling arts and I tossed blue and brown belts all over the place because they were weak or bad at judo

    regardless i never went back, seemed like a waste of time

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    Critique this technique I "invented" for angry people in your face

    I think you should present us with video.
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    realistic knife defense = armor suit


    real knife attacks are in grappling range and the knife doesn't come out before the attack and is rarely seen before it is felt

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    Quote Originally Posted by boarddonthitbak View Post
    I went to a judo school, completely untrained in the grappling arts and I tossed blue and brown belts all over the place because they were weak or bad at judo

    regardless i never went back, seemed like a waste of time
    1. Thanks for letting us know you have nothing to contribute.

    2. You are lucky this thread is in YMAS.
    Shut the hell up and train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boarddonthitbak View Post
    would this work?
    No. Learn how to do a duck-under.

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    so I don't know how to explain it, it is often seen in silat techniques, where they parry a strike and then put one palm in the face turning it and then pulling the back of the head/the hair from the other side turning the head, this is very strong and cannot be resisted


    but the question is can it be done in the first place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boarddonthitbak View Post
    I went to a judo school, completely untrained in the grappling arts and I tossed blue and brown belts all over the place because they were weak or bad at judo

    regardless i never went back, seemed like a waste of time
    What had Megan Fox cooked you for dinner when you got home?

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    duck under? what do you mean? duck under what? basically they haven't performed a strike or a hold at this point, just standing there acting crazy

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    U r more on.

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