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  1. NeilG is online now
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    4/20/2012 12:59am


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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    If what you want is submission grappling then probably judo won't make you too happy. We do a lot of ground work for a judo club and it is not even 1/3 of a typical class.

    IMO you should just learn judo for judo's sake.
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    I must've been lucky to find a judo club that did 50/50 tachiwaza and newaza. 40 minutes of each, including 20 minutes free rolling after newaza technique, then 20 minutes randori after tachiwaza technique (plus any additional time if we wanted to hang around).
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    Ups to Battlefields for dropping the sage wisdom.

    You are like a Pimp Yoda.
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    GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
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     Style: Grappling/bjj

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    Quote Originally Posted by PointyShinyBurn View Post
    That sounds a lot like bullshit. What kind of class runs for less than an hour, for starters? Is it some kind of add-in at a TKD school or something?
    It varies a lot from club to club. Some very old school ones will be close to 50/50, most will focus on standing work.
    The school lists there class as 45 minutes (according to the email I recieved). I was a little shocked to say the least. Not even an hour x4 a week for almost $80
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    4/20/2012 5:40am


     Style: Wing Chun Kuen

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    Of course people will hike up the prices for MMA/BJJ why because its the FASHION right now to train those arts.

    Flavour of the month

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherDaniel View Post
    Of course people will hike up the prices for MMA/BJJ why because its the FASHION right now to train those arts.

    Flavour of the month

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    How does he do it? Shits up any thread as soon as he forms the intention of posting. I'm sure there are threads that are **** just because his cursor hovered over the link for a few seconds. Before this Chundering Chuntard there were Chuntards, but I like to think most Chuntards, after a few grammatical and theoretical beatings, took up an alive martial art and went back to their old kwoon and shin kicked the **** out of their old Sifu for wasting their time. Instead we seem stuck with someone who is so content being delusional that the delusion has created some delusions of its own.

    Flavour of the month? Prices have remained steady since I started training 3 years ago. That's a long month. I know I would rather pay a bit more to learn something that ACTUALLY WORKS. I know the Chunning Academy in Sydney was cost prohibitive for me in 2003, and I was earning a shitload of money at that time plus I was prime for delusional thinking, being only 20ish at the time.

    Seriously, just go to a Throwdown, show everyone how your age old Chun techniques are superior and then when you realise they aren't, STFU, find a martial art worth doing and come back here sucking everyone's dick in apology. Don't worry, we'll still be here. We'll forgive you. I'll probably even forget about your bullshit if you become a decent poster. Probably. But no teeth. Seriously, you drag those teeth on my cock and I guarantee you the next person will only feel gums, no matter how hard you close your jaw.
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    You are like a Pimp Yoda.
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    GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherDaniel View Post
    Of course people will hike up the prices for MMA/BJJ why because its the FASHION right now to train those arts.

    Flavour of the month
    Quickest search for the closest Wing Chun school to where I live:
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    Posted On:
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     Style: BJJ, wrestling

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherDaniel View Post
    Of course people will hike up the prices for MMA/BJJ why because its the FASHION right now to train those arts.

    Flavour of the month

    :SoMuchWin:
    The thread derails you create when you post are both funny and annoying at the same time. They're annoying because other members can't stop themselves from responding to your posts.

    IIF was right about you. You're unable to contribute to any thread about BJJ or MMA without trolling. Please stop it.

    By the way, in the 11 years I've trained under my instructor, his prices have remained steady. They are comparable to those that you listed above.
    Shut the hell up and train.
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    4/20/2012 7:22pm


     Style: Wing Chun Kuen

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    Quickest search for the closest Wing Chun school to where I live:
    and your point is
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     Style: Boxing, Judo, Kenpo

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherDaniel View Post
    and your point is
    That a chuntastic education like yours costs about the same as BJJ.

    Incidentally, I do six days a week of Judo and Boxing (three of Judo, three of boxing) and pay less than that.

    Oh, admittedly, I probably haven't learned everything you have. I can't rip peoples throats out, or tear their hearts out of their chests with a monkey paw strike like you can in the chun... I'll have to settle for a consistent jab, and a pretty stout right cross. Whatever shall I do...?
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    4/20/2012 7:49pm


     Style: Bjj, Muay Thai

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    Whatever shall I do...?
    Actually win fights?
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