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    OMFG, I already did!!! Are you fucking kidding me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    OMFG, I already did!!! Are you fucking kidding me?
    Which video? The video doesn't say that Rampage got DQ'd for the move (which as you acknowledged isn't a powerslam) in the video, and this one:
    is legal in freestyle.

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    Is not legal in freestyle. Since you want to be a dick about it you're wrong.






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    No, those videos are high school and collegiate US folkstyle wrestling. Freestyle is what I was talking about, hence my repeated use of the word 'freestyle'.

    That last one is NAGA or GQ, I should imagine, which is again pretty much irrelevant to our discussion of IBJJF rules.

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    Thread moved to YMAS because it was never about martial technique in the first place. The ensuing disagreement also does not concern technique.
    Shut the hell up and train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PointyShinyBurn View Post
    No, those videos are high school and collegiate US folkstyle wrestling. Freestyle is what I was talking about, hence my repeated use of the word 'freestyle'.

    That last one is NAGA or GQ, I should imagine, which is again pretty much irrelevant to our discussion of IBJJF rules.
    I told you in the beginning that it was semantics. That is freestyle. If you don't like it then expand on your fucking terms.

    As per your IBJFF Rules:

    The images shown on the list are
    examples of prohibited techniques
    and do not represent the full array of
    prohibited technical situations and
    variations.

    Don't open this up to a broad range of perspectives and then try to narrow them back down. I asked you to consult your BJJ coach. I ask anybody else who has fought under those rules to chime in. Don't say I'm wrong, I have a perspective. Those were freestyle rules. You better argument would've been-age groupings. The fucking hilarious thing about this entire bullshit is that we both actually agree that the original video wasn't a fucking slam. You had to make this personal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    That was pretty weak, certainly wouldn't use the words 'amazing' or 'illegal' to describe it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Koresh Jr. View Post
    Not a slam, you attempted to stand up he carried the double leg up and back down. If he attempted to accelerate your decent= slam. He let gravity carry you both down.

    That was a lifted double.
    If it was a double leg, why wasn't he awarded points?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ki-ai View Post
    If it was a double leg, why wasn't he awarded points?
    Depending upon the referee both opponents have to be in the stand up position for it to be considered a takedown. If you noticed, neither one was in the stand up position during the take down. Rather the other person was coming from the downed position.

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    I'm late coming in here, but IMO that wasn't a slam.

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