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  1. Gumby is offline

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     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    If you land on top.....

    Lets assume you're in a fight and you land within your opponents guard- which do you prefer?

    1: Stand back to my feet and kick him while he down- I dont like to fight on the ground

    2: G&P the **** out of him from the guard

    3: Look for a pass to a superior position where I can finish the fight with a sub

    4: Look for a pass to a superior position where I can G&P better

    5: Look for footlocks


    Also, state whether you're primarily a grappler or a striker.

    Im primarily a grappler, and I find myself looking for a pass and hopefully gaining the mount where I can finish the fight with a submission.
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gumby
    Lets assume you're in a fight and you land within your opponents guard- which do you prefer?

    1: Stand back to my feet and kick him while he down- I dont like to fight on the ground

    2: G&P the **** out of him from the guard

    3: Look for a pass to a superior position where I can finish the fight with a sub

    4: Look for a pass to a superior position where I can G&P better

    5: Look for footlocks


    Also, state whether you're primarily a grappler or a striker.

    Im primarily a grappler, and I find myself looking for a pass and hopefully gaining the mount where I can finish the fight with a submission.
    We talking a street fight here? Give me a scenario. One on one? One on one but he has friends who are watching? Location? Cops coming?

    Edit: Well, since there has been no reply here is my quick ten second take on this.

    1. Good way to do it. Kick the **** out of his legs or his torso/head etc. When he tries to stand up just pound on him and kick him some more. This leaves you an out and will help if someone jumps in.

    2. Again, good idea in a street fight. Just beat the **** out of him until you can pass. I doubt he'll have a guard to begin with so it should be easy. Once passed, read below.

    3. Pass yes, sub maybe not. What kinda sub are we talking here and what are we hoping to accomplish? He taps and fight is over... nope.
    We put him to sleep... Yes.
    We armbar him... can be dangerous in a street fight.

    4. Good option... G&P in the guard, pass the guard, G&P from better position and then go for choke when the bitch turns his back.

    5. Hell no... asking for trouble.

    I'm a grapplestriker who knows when to grapple and when to strike.
    Last edited by Red Elvis; 12/09/2004 11:34pm at . Reason: Added info cause I was bored
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  3. bushi51 is offline
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    Posted On:
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    Self-defense=Get up, for me.
  4. Ka-Bar is offline
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     Style: Clinchology: Judo & MT

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    Get the hell out of his guard, if you can.

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  5. STR33T GUY is offline

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    one or four

    I like striking and grappling both, but I'm bettter at striking.
  6. Gumby is offline

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    12/10/2004 8:33am


     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Take two examples- one is a common street fight-

    Lets say the other is a "challenge" match or MMA match in which you're assuming your opponent is of respectable skill.
  7. DCS is offline
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    Street: 1 or 2
    Challenge: 3
  8. STR33T GUY is offline

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    12/10/2004 8:55am


     Style: MMA

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    Street 1 and 4

    Challenge 4

    My subs need work.
  9. J-Lau is offline
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    2,3,4,5

    Any of these are just as good for me
  10. Ronin is offline

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    All of the above.
    Depends on my mood, the opponent, the enviroment, the REASON for the fight.
    Too many variables to pick just one.
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