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    Thunderdome, at Burning Man



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    I've fought in a similar event at the SoCal regional Burn.
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    DROP SEIONAGI ************! Except I don't know Judo, so it doesn't work, and he takes my back.
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    Why is it so goddamn hard to find a video of it? I've seen videos I'm pretty sure are alien spacecraft. But still no good Krav.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaquero de las nalgas View Post
    True, but the number of times I've been inside a cage fence during a potential fight make this whole discussion somewhat ridiculous.
    I ankle picked a guy on the wall in a street fight once. Dropped him into half guard. Then he bit me so I nose gouged him transitioned into mount and held him for the cops.
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    By the way Greg Jackson says its a system. And he gives out belts.
    http://www.mmaweekly.com/jacksons-in...ranking-system

    And I would suggest a Greg Jackson MMA black belt is a legitimate black belt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaquero de las nalgas View Post
    Only if no other styles train inside buildings with walls in them.

    So if you are training outdoors all the time, and there are no curbs, street lamps, telephone polls, bridge abutments, parked cars,
    trees, rivers, ponds, broken ground, sand pits, bogs, cliffs, other people....well you get my drift. Then, yes, cage fighting is a style.

    Please post photos of your training environment.
    You should first show me video of you guys doing some wall-work. Because, while it may be possible, I've never seen or heard of people outside of MMA doing any functional wall-based techniques. And so, I am skeptical of it. Though -- as always -- open to evidence.

    Matt, I don't know if "submission kickboxing" is the thing though. So many MMA fighters don't even kick. Or don't bother with subs, so much as ground and pound. Cage work is really what defines contemporary MMA, in my opinion.

    Of course, the flaw with my thinking there is that thre are promotions that don't use cages. But like... that's subtracts so much depth from the game, I can't even view that as MMA. It's like Muay Thai without the clinch game... AKA K1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strikistanian View Post
    You should first show me video of you guys doing some wall-work. Because, while it may be possible, I've never seen or heard of people outside of MMA doing any functional wall-based techniques. And so, I am skeptical of it. Though -- as always -- open to evidence.

    Matt, I don't know if "submission kickboxing" is the thing though. So many MMA fighters don't even kick. Or don't bother with subs, so much as ground and pound. Cage work is really what defines contemporary MMA, in my opinion.

    Of course, the flaw with my thinking there is that thre are promotions that don't use cages. But like... that's subtracts so much depth from the game, I can't even view that as MMA. It's like Muay Thai without the clinch game... AKA K1.
    Guard and striking which is another position that is pretty unique to MMA.

    Otherwise there are subtle differences. But they are individually biased.

    Our local show is in a ring a cage is just prohibitively expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregaquaman View Post
    Guard and striking which is another position that is pretty unique to MMA.

    Otherwise there are subtle differences. But they are individually biased.

    Our local show is in a ring a cage is just prohibitively expensive.

    Though I'd imagine that there is guard and striking in some rulesets of pankration and combat sambo too. Buuut then again the latter features a gi, so that's its own thing entirely. Hmmmmmmm food for thought.

    And as for your lack of cage... I'm so sorry for anyone who's not a wrestler. It's sooooo hard to defend takedowns* and/or get back to your feet without a cage.

    * that might just be my problem though cuz I suck at wrasslin'
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaquero de las nalgas View Post
    True, but the number of times I've been inside a cage fence during a potential fight make this whole discussion somewhat ridiculous.
    Well a cage is really just a wall you can see through so any time you are in a room with walls during a potential fight there are techniques that could apply.
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