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    WW1 Combatives

    • American soldiers learn how to take it to the streets in WW1.
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    LOL at the 6:20 back take.
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    I've seen people pay good money and learn **** that was not as effective as this early H2H.

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    LOL at the 6:20 back take.
    "An enemy in No-Man's-Land tries to regain his own lines. We stalk him and get him with a variation of the Death Lock and kill him."
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    Mike Gibbons was a high calibre boxer in the early 20th C. His brother Tommy fought Jack Dempsey at Selby, which went bankrupt.

    Interesting techniques and some of them remain pertinent in Trad JJ today.

    Cage Ball. In the British Army, it would have been a football (soccer) ball and the game is called "Murder Ball". A robust game, played indoors or out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon View Post
    Interesting techniques and some of them remain pertinent in Trad JJ today.
    I found that strangely reminiscent to some of my JJJ training.
    Dum spiro, spero.
    Tada gan iarracht.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon View Post
    Interesting techniques and some of them remain pertinent in Trad JJ today.
    Which ones? Are they pertinent anywhere else?
    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon View Post
    Cage Ball. In the British Army, it would have been a football (soccer) ball and the game is called "Murder Ball". A robust game, played indoors or out.
    sounds an awful lot like rugby
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon View Post
    Mike Gibbons was a high calibre boxer in the early 20th C. His brother Tommy fought Jack Dempsey at Selby, which went bankrupt.

    Interesting techniques and some of them remain pertinent in Trad JJ today.

    Cage Ball. In the British Army, it would have been a football (soccer) ball and the game is called "Murder Ball". A robust game, played indoors or out.
    Indoor wheelchair rugby is called murder ball as well, it's just murder ball in wheelchairs with the oval ball.
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    i like the sequence that instructs what to do if you and a german crawl towards eachother lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewpmma View Post
    i like the sequence that instructs what to do if you and a german crawl towards eachother lol
    So do I, especially because it was very applicable at the time.
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