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  1. Azatdawn is online now

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    Interesting thread. I guess once I get good at the techniques I'm serious about I'll use this as an inspiration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKR View Post
    TWO in the stink? Wow, you must have skinny fingers.
    The fingers are prep work. And I have thick fingers.
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    When I'm messing around with someone inexperienced, pop out the back from a lockdown half-guard, fake like I'm going to try and take the back, banana split.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli View Post
    Do you mind clarifying what the Sakuraba special is? The only possibilities I can see are the kimura against an opponent who has you in a rear clinch....or the double overhand chop.

    Wait a second...you train at Takada Dojo? As in KARL GOTCH Takada dojo?

    I guess people don't much click on the business link thingy at the top of my posts.

    Yeah, I trained at Takada Dojo for 10 years. Still live in Tokyo and train somewhere else now. I know Takada trained w/Gotch, if that's what you mean. But I don't think there was much connection with the gym other than that. It was always Takada's place.

    As for the Sakuraba Special, it looks like this...

    And my rare successes with the figure-4 look more like Volk Han than Ric Flair...

    BTW, I checked your profile. It said you did indie pro-wrestling in Mississippi. Ever work with a guy named "Phil the Drill" (who now lives in Japan)?
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    For fun? Punching someone in the face when I have them in a locked triangle is pretty fun.
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    There's always the Spladle.

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    Awesome. What kind of leglock did he finish with? I actually figured it out from that old video and weekly grappling in a park.
    An achilles lock, I believe.
    The fool thinks himself immortal,
    If he hold back from battle;
    But old age will grant him no truce,
    Even if spears spare him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy View Post
    There's always the Spladle.

    EDIT:nevermind i see what's going on there lol. Disragard this:
    That does NOT look like a good time...is that similar to the banana split? It looks similar, but it's hard to tell who's arm's who's in the picture lol:

    That said, standing I'd have to say picking the lead leg with several leg kicks, then feigning the leg and throwing the superman punch...i see that's been touched on quite a few times tho.

    On the ground, I'd have to say either baiting the triangle choke and then slipping past into side control (hooking the leg as it comes up...that backfires alot but like you said FUN). -OR- taking the crucifix from side control from a keylock attempt (again risky, but fun when you catch it)
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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithAtTakadaDojo View Post
    I guess people don't much click on the business link thingy at the top of my posts.
    Click links? Look at people's user names? Next I suppose you'll expect me to actually READ other people's posts before I give set them straight with a dose of good old down home truth.

    BTW, I checked your profile. It said you did indie pro-wrestling in Mississippi. Ever work with a guy named "Phil the Drill" (who now lives in Japan)?
    The name doesn't ring a bell...and from the sound of things this gentleman's gimmick would be one of those that sticks in your memory. No matter how hard you try to forget it. The group I worked with was run by a promoter named Bob Serio, up in the Delta/northern part of the state, as a play by play guy.
    Once Bob was able to get Jerry Lawler on one of his shows (we were pretty close to Memphis) and it was an odd feeling to sit there and call a Lawler match, since I'd been listening to him and Jim Ross call matches since I was just a young un.
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