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  1. lordbd is offline

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    That roll was pretty sweet though
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    Aikido vs. Wrestling

    I'm especially disturbed by his 'let things happen' kinda attitude. Probably mostly from the years of compliant training and partly from the misunderstood philisophy of not going against the force.
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    Aikido vs. Wrestling

    Damn that was sad, you've got to represent your art better than that. He probably couldn't have done much but he could've done something more.
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    6/05/2012 6:18pm


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    Aikido vs. Wrestling

    did the aikido guy even try, seriously?
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    Wait a minute, how was the wrestler able to grab the aikidoka's legs?!?! Everyone knows that the hakama hides the footwork of its wearer.
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    He challenged the visitor, so I guess the Aikido instructor fully expected to win.

    Also, I wasn't aware of any style of Turkish submission wrestling. His style is probably cobbled together from his training in various styles. I might check out his website.

    Hmmm, interesting. He claims to have revived and ancient style, and of course made himself the grandmaster.

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.martialkinetics.com.au
    Turkish submission wrestling has ancient roots stretching back thousands of years. Modern wrestling has become known either as entertainment or as a sport, both are far too limited to be considered the martial art. The form of Turkish submission wrestling taught by the martial kinetics academy is the combat form practised by soldiers of ancient times.

    If you are looking for a complete martial art, this is it. Do you think that soldiers in battle stop fighting when someone tapped out or when their opponents back touched the ground? Do you think that Warriors in combat did not develop an advanced striking system?

    Turkish submission wrestling is the only martial art that stems from millennia of development and refinement. It is a complete system. From the one stance, the Turkish submission wrestler is able to grapple and strike with very little warning.

    The style of grappling in Turkish submission wrestling is far more advanced than any other modern martial art. This style emphasises constant movement. There is no single position that is held. There are no delaying tactics to try and win on points. Each side is a fight to the finish. The Turkish submission wrestler constantly moves and changes his position from advantage to advantage then to finish. At the more advanced levels of Turkish submission wrestling, the fighter also incorporates striking into his grappling movements. The result is that the fighter becomes a whirlwind of devastating attacks
    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.martialkinetics.com.au
    Each Martial Art revival that has looked to its roots has seen its wrestling origins. Not of the sporting type, but the vicious close combat style of submission wrestling. It is today, in the 21st Century, another revival is taking place. The oldest form of submission wrestling. The most complete and comprehensive style of fighting, Teslim Alma Guresh. The Reviver, Grand Master Levent Altunbas.
    AAAAAWWWWW DDDAAAYUUMM

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.martialkinetics.com.au
    Grand Master Altunbas began to travel the world, testing his techniques against the world’s deadliest fighters. He fought against Olympic wrestlers, Presidential bodyguards, Ninjas, Aikidokas, Kung Fu masters, even Mixed Martial Arts fighters like George Sotiropoulos. He was, and still is, undefeated.
    Last edited by danno; 6/05/2012 11:24pm at .
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    Like George Sotiropoulos!

    Not such as or including, but like.

    Perhaps they were both named George, or both Greek-Australians (boo, hiss, Greeks!) or both had four limbs...
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    Good point, he'd probably respond that way in all seriousness.
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    "The world's deadliest fighters... Ninjas, Aikidokas, Kung Fu masters..."
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    Aikido vs. Wrestling

    So the Grandmaster claims an ancient fighting style what then? I think he is more legit that 99% of the guys inventing systems out there and could could hold his own in a MMA match
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