My guns bigger than Scrapper's!
Posted On:11/04/2004 6:50am
WTF is this TEXAN doing here? :qleft4:
I hate fucking Texans, dumb motherfuckers!!!! :qright1:
Hey did anyone say DO JUDO yet? No? Ok
Hey got do JUDO you FUCKING BJJ *****!!! MAN UP!!! BITCH!!!
Throws you should have in your arsenal:
Tawara gaeshi (as counter for a single or double leg)
as get comfortable with them add some like
Makkikomi (al verisons)
A wrestling takedowns are great to have but I don't advice them too much in gi grappling becuase if the person knows how to use the gi against you may be infor some trouble.
Xiao Ao Jiang Hu Zhi Dong Fang Bu Bai (Laughing Proud Warrior Invincible Asia) Dark Emperor of Baji!!!
Didn't anyone ever tell him a fat man could never be a ninja
You can't practice Judo just to win a Judo Match! You practice so that no matter what happens, you can win using Judo!
The key to fighting two men at once is to be much tougher than both of them.
Posted On:11/04/2004 10:44am
Wrestling takedowns are great, even in gi grappling. Just don't tie up before you shoot.
"Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
Posted On:11/04/2004 11:48am
Style: Muay Thai & BJJ
Originally Posted by 5FingazofDeath
Im in the same predictament. I have a BJJ tourney on the 21st. All my standup is hitting, not this sissy grab the collar this, grab the sleeve that. We dont have time to "go learn Judo" we need a quick solution. Im thinking about JUST working on my singles and doubles as suggested. Also working on 2 takedown counters like going to butterfly guard and reaching over the back to grab the belt and overhead sweep him as he comes in.
Now if someone did that INSTEAD of pulling guard, then you get the points right?
You always have time to learn Judo!
Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
"Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
Posted On:11/04/2004 11:53am
Originally Posted by Pinoy_Texan
Thanks, I've never seen it written down. I always thought it was wizard.
3 years of wrestling and don't know the correct spelling of Whizzer.
What weight class do they put you short small brown flip fucks in?
Let's face it. Flips created a knife fighting style because they are the chiuahua's of the human race.
Shut the **** up in this thread you fucking ankle biter.
In fact, from now on, I request everyone address this little fucktard as "Ankle Biter" for the remainder of his existence here.
Posted On:11/04/2004 11:54am
Getting back into the swing of this thread.
Learn 3 good throws.
Make sure they all can blend into each other. I.E. Soto Gari, into tai otosh. etc.
Train them in chains.
Posted On:11/05/2004 9:53pm
Style: Judo, MT
If you want my advice. Learning throws like Tai otoshi and ippon seoi-nage may be a little challenging if you have time restrictions. Of course learn them in time, but personaly I would learn sweeps. They are easy to learn and very affective against someone who not experienced in stand up.
If you only had one sweep in your arsenal, I would make it Hiza Guruma or De ashi harai. Two reasons. It is so simple to learn, the footwork is a breeze. And if you manage to stay upright, which is more likely than if you performed a throw, you will be standing side on to him (he should be flat on his back) with hopefully his arm in your grip. I don't have to tell you, because you know BJJ, but this is a gimme for an armbar. Just try to do it quick.
Anyway, the only reason I reccomend it is because it's the only way I've been able to score a point against my instructor who has been doing Judo for over 40 years.
BTW. Why can't you do Judo? Do you live in regional NSW?
Last edited by Young Cricket; 11/05/2004 10:37pm at .
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