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  1. animlmthr is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    I have no clue, but I will tell you this much the Knee Slide Guard Pass is easily modified to become a groin slide guard pass.
    I have accidentally done this many o' times...my apologies to my none-cupped grappling partners. On the bright-side, maybe I can attain a new rank in ke?po...

    Back to the OP, wouldn't you be taking a serious risk (litigation, jail time) for fucking stabbing somebody while they were on the ground, no less if you were in top position too? I mean, you can't go around shanking people you get in fist fights with, right? Ke?po really seems to disregard local laws unless I'm missing something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    I think it'd be hard enough to stab yourself in the taint from that position.


    Edit: I guess it depends what you're stabbing with.
    What is wrong with you?


































    Besides the fact that you stole my joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    CLYYYYYDDDDEEEE
    Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
    ...Willing is not enough you must do
    ~Bruce Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister View Post
    Coincidentally...

    I was grappling with some Aikido guy once a while ago and I had a little bit of Judo under my belt so I put him in closed guard and he used the elbow to thighs thing on me.

    That **** is painful. I opened my guard immediately.

    But I managed not to yelp like the guy in the video. Thank god.

    It had never been used on me before, caught me by surprise, so I didn't know what to do at that moment.

    How defense against the deadly elbow grind? (Serious)
    You need to man up. Opening your guard to people grinding their elbows into your thighs is unacceptable! You must force their hand through and triangle them for their sins.
    Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
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    ^^^^ This or just cross collar choke them to oblivion. The Guillotine is also available if you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by animlmthr View Post
    Back to the OP, wouldn't you be taking a serious risk (litigation, jail time) for fucking stabbing somebody while they were on the ground, no less if you were in top position too? I mean, you can't go around shanking people you get in fist fights with, right? Ke?po really seems to disregard local laws unless I'm missing something.
    In the state of Maryland, in which this Kepoista teaches, in the fine suburb of Cockersknockersville, despite trying to rep the hard streets of Baltimore...

    He would most definitely face criminal charges for stabbing his way out of guard.

    Quote Originally Posted by animlmthr View Post
    Back to the OP, wouldn't you be taking a serious risk (litigation, jail time) for fucking stabbing somebody while they were on the ground, no less if you were in top position too? I mean, you can't go around shanking people you get in fist fights with, right? Ke?po really seems to disregard local laws unless I'm missing something.
    In the state of Maryland, in which this Kepoista teaches, in the fine suburb of Cockersknockersville, despite trying to rep the hard streets of Baltimore...

    He would most definitely face criminal charges for stabbing his way out of guard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W. Rabbit View Post

    "Nobody fights with a broken finger?" Bitch, please.
    I know... right?

    http://asia.eurosport.com/judo/olymp...y-london.shtml



    British judo star Gemma Gibbons won her Olympic silver medal fighting with a broken thumb.

    The 25-year-old had her left hand heavily strapped for the majority of her fights in the -78kg category at the ExCeL on Thursday and has now diagnosed with a fractured thumb.

    “Found out a few hours ago I have broken my thumb so preparing for an operation later this week, still the most amazing week of my life,” she wrote on Twitter.

    Gibbons only just recovered from surgery to her in shoulder in time to make the London 2012 squad but is now set for another spell.

    The South Londoner won Great Britain’s first judo medal for 12 years when she took silver, missing out on gold after losing her final bout against American Kayla Harrison.
    And wait, isn't there a story about how the Kimura got its name?

    During the fight, Kimura threw [Helio] Gracie repeatedly with Ippon Seoinage, Osoto-gari, and Haraigoshi. He also included painful suffocating grappling techniques such as Kuzurekamishihogatame, Kesagatame, Sankakugatame. Gracie proved to be a formidable opponent refusing to surrender after 12 minutes of grueling fight. Kimura then took Gracie down with an Osotogari followed by Kuzurekamishihogatame. During the battle that followed, Gracie bridged out of the pin and right into Kimura's ude-garami (arm bar). The arm bar must have been painful but when Gracie refused to surrender, Kimura applied yet more pressure, and as a result Gracie suffered a broken left elbow.

    Even with the broken elbow, Gracie still refused to give up, so his comer "threw in the towel". Kimura was declared the winner by TKO. Although Kimura won the actual fight, it was acknowledged that Gracie had the greater fighting spirit and will. Kimura later applauded Gracie's tremendous will to win.
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    I don't know many people that HAVEN'T done competitions when they had broken fingers.
    I broke one of mine during a tournament when a ~300ish pound judoka cartwheeled me into the mat so delicately that ONLY my one finger got broken. It was swollen by the time he finished paper cuttering me and the joint is still all deformed now over a year later. I did something like 4 more matches with that thing that day.
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    Well that's because your examples were in a ring or on a mat...DUH! On the street, injuries explode like grenades.
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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Well that's because your examples were in a ring or on a mat...DUH! On the street, injuries explode like grenades.
    Due to position, it is impossible to shove a grenade into someone's anal sphincter from top guard.

    I have tried.

    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Well that's because your examples were in a ring or on a mat...DUH! On the street, injuries explode like grenades.
    Due to position, it is impossible to shove a grenade into someone's anal sphincter from top guard.

    I have tried.
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