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  1. RurikGreenwulf is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by itwasntme View Post
    You must have competed in the last 24 hours. Congrats!! Don't forget to post the vids, Melon Head.
    And yes I have competed, I dont haz a video but I have a medal you wantz teh pictures?
    **** you little bitch you made me derail this awesome thread I hope you get thrown on your ass

    ON TOPIC:
    " How to play

    Only slight modifications separate the Paralympic event from the original rules of judo. There are no classifications, with athletes split into weight categories as usual. All visually impaired people can compete.

    One of the differences from Olympic judo is that the competitors - judokas, as they are called - can have contact with the opponent before each match.

    Other variations include the judges shouting whenever a competitor gets close to the edge of the mat, essentially as a warning call. The mats themselves also differ in that they are textured. "


    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/oly...udo-guide.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    You think they arez scary because they are womminz and blindz and can **** you up even if you are a gringo man OH NOES
    **** YOU
    Other people whom I have encounterd in Judo that I find scary because they can **** me up even though I am a Macho Man.
    13-16 year old Girls/boy, ~100 lb women, men in their late 70s, Blind men and women.
    Yep people from all of these categories have managed to toss my around like a rag doll while I was in my mid twenties and quite athletic.
    Damn world class Judo players!
    Its actually very funny, on one hand being a grappler I exhibit a certain amount of arrogance especially against non-grapplers because I know from experience what happens when a new guy/gal comes into the gym. On the other hand I spend SO much time being humbled by people that society at large would certainly not consider scary in the least. I mean come on a 13 year old girl I mean crap how the hell can I possibly lose, yeah I prefer to just block those memories out cause the poor ego just can't take it.
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    Now I want to do Judo as well as BJJ
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     Style: American Kenpo, Judo

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudoA View Post
    Now I want to do Judo as well as BJJ
    There's no shame in that. Should there be? One just favours ne waza more than the other.
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    It's not actually Blind Judo, its VI Judo, because not everyone who is eligible to compete is completely without vision.

    The categories are B1, B2 and B3. She's B1, which is completely blind, hence why she has what looks like the Japanese flag on sleeve, the red circle indicating B1.

    http://www.paralympics.org.uk/sports/judo

    I've trained with a few, I believe, B3 guys who had some limited vision i.e could tell the difference between light and dark or could partially make out vague shapes in one eye or in part of one eye.

    What's nice about VI Judo is how it gets much closer to the heart of what Judo is supposed to be about - pure action reaction.
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    Wonder whether we'll see the emergence of VI BJJ...
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     Style: Judo, JJJ, BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    Wonder whether we'll see the emergence of VI BJJ...
    I can't see a reason why not since BJJ is just an evolution of judo ne waza.
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    BJJ JOE: I'm going to make hate to you. Right here, right now.
    ... Ohhhhhhhh, I'm going to make hate to you so hard that your kinfolk back in Africa will feel it.l
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    This vid gave me chills.
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    Expressing your wish to eye gouge and crotch kick this woman just because she's blind is a bit poor in taste, isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkPhoenix View Post
    I can't see a reason why not since BJJ is just an evolution of judo ne waza.
    I can think of several reasons why not and they all revolve around the fact that BJJ isn't going to seriously organise itself under the IOC or any other serious supra-national body any time soon.
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