4/19/2013 12:34am, #11
4/19/2013 1:20am, #12
It was a particularly interesting fight to watch for me as I've been thinking about pursuing/working on a takedown and grapplefuck kinda game plan. Watching you shut that down and reverse it was very educational (and entertaining!). Well done and keep it up!Dum spiro, spero.
Tada gan iarracht.
4/19/2013 8:19am, #13
4/19/2013 11:22am, #14
- Join Date
- Nov 2006
- Central Maine
Great job! You didn't get rattled by his pressure, and got a nice submission. Good luck with future fights!
Thanks for posting this thread Bobby.
4/19/2013 1:06pm, #15
4/19/2013 5:31pm, #16
- Join Date
- Oct 2007
- Boston, Massachusetts
Bobby, the 'learned it from youtube' thing... I watched a tutorial for the Cody McKenzie guillotine on youtube and then actually brought it to the gym and practiced it there for a few months. So not as awesome as it may have originally sounded.
cualltaigh, thanks for watching! Its far more important to me that people watch the vid than it is for them to sing my praises on bullshido. I'm really trying to increase my exposure right now, so spreading the vid around is whats most important to me.
If you guys liked the vid, you should also check out my second pro fight, which was pretty similar to this one (but with more sprawling on my part)!
(chances are I'm going to fail and that won't come out as a link)
And if you REALLY love me and want to help me out, like my obscure and unnoticed athlete page on facebook. www.facebook.com/kinkongmoy617!
4/21/2013 10:00am, #17
4/21/2013 4:03pm, #18
It only takes a few seconds for a blood choke to KTFO someone who is not running on a full tank. Royce Gracie taught me this, because he was the first person I ever saw hold someone in guard for 10+ minutes or longer, and then suddenly choke and win so fast you could blink and miss it.
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4/21/2013 6:06pm, #19
Looking forward to seeing more in the years to come.Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do
4/21/2013 6:12pm, #20