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  1. Blue Collar is offline

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    12/12/2004 5:19am


     Style: Liu Seong Kuntao, Baguazh

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    Another Virtual Tough Guy Bonehead

    http://members.shaw.ca/tmanifold/

    This guy seems to be another "martialist" like Phat Phil, Dan Webre and Don Rearic. At least he has sense enough not to put any close up photos of himself so we can't make fun of his eyebrow. It appears that he's a cyber-buddy of Phil's. Birds of a feather...

    He says he's 24, been training for 10 and never got above a yellow belt. He's been teaching a curriculum based on miltary combatives (apparently from the Canadian Army), Judo, Shotokan, sumission wrestling and Aikido for five years. What a festering pile of feces!!!

    Hey, maybe we should call and arrange a seminar. He claims that his rates are very reasonable. :dark1:

    BC
    Last edited by Blue Collar; 12/12/2004 5:23am at .
  2. Gunga Din is offline

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    12/12/2004 5:32am


     Style: MMA

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    Seems most of the "reality" guys are just failed MA's. They can't break into the traditional market after 6 months study of whatever, they fail in competition so they can't break inot the MMA scene, so what do they do - invent their own "street warrior" style with amazing concepts that no-one else ever thought of before (like "grab him by the throat").

    "TM" it, get a flashy name and logo and off you go......
  3. punchingdummy is offline

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    The site gives the impression that the guy at least fights MMA ... would love to see his record.
  4. Kinzei is offline

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    12/12/2004 9:22am


     Style: Daito Ryu, BJJ noob

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    Another tough guy wanna be. I wonder if "trained in" all of these military and RBSD consisted of one or two day seminars.
  5. Meex is offline
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    Posted On:
    12/12/2004 10:04am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzei
    Another tough guy wanna be. I wonder if "trained in" all of these military and RBSD consisted of one or two day seminars.
    And/or how many MA videos he owns.

    `~/
  6. valeriyk is offline

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     Style: Mixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by some dumb site
    Ground fighting A word here on ground fighting. Yes most fights end up on the ground...because the loser normally falls down. That said if you can't fight on the ground you will end up having to, it's Murphy's Law. Practice getting up quickly and under control. Learn to buck and roll people off you. In short learn how to maneuver on the ground and how to stand up. For a self preservation program I wouldn't learn submissions.
    Lovely, since apparently more skills = worse fighter?
  7. valeriyk is offline

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    12/12/2004 12:06pm


     Style: Mixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by some dumb site
    Grappling With Submissions

    Grappling with submissions usually entails takedowns, positional grappling and submissions through the use of chokes and joint locks. In general point are awarded based one taking down your opponent and/or maintaining a dominant position. The object is to win through points or to make your opponent submit by applying a lock or choke. Common examples are Judo, Brazilian Jui Jutsu and Submission grappling.

    Grappling with submissions is a key part of Self preservation. It teaches defense against takedowns and how to gain and maintain dominant position on the ground. It also teaches the need to protect your neck and joints. Although joint locks are not among the techniques that I advocate for self preservation, the fact remains that the Grappling boom of the last ten years has ensured that a lot of people have been exposed to joint locks. If you are careless a arm lock or ankle lock can finish a fight as easily as overhand right.
    Gotta love the contradictions
  8. Gumby is offline

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    Posted On:
    12/12/2004 12:15pm


     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    Quote Originally Posted by BS site
    The main problem with MMA is, because it involves so many of the same elements of true combat, many people believe that "if it works in the octagon, then it will work in the street." Or on the other side of the token, "If it doesn't work in the octagon then throw it out." The main problem with this attitude is that MMA are a sport and as such have rules and conventions which separate it from reality. For example, it is a controlled one on one environment, the street is not. Holding someone in your guard for 5 or 10 min while you wait for an opening can work in MMA on the street it gets you hurt at best.
    You know, I always love when people say **** like this:

    So I ask, what is this guys golden recipe for defeating someone like Frank Trigg, or Bob Sapp? People dont realize that the fighters are trained, and catching them quickly is usually unlikely- this is obviously FAR from the truth in a street fight when you're not going to be fighting someone of that calibre. I think a good example is Royce vs Delucia on the Gracies in Action- the triangle was quick and effective.
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    12/12/2004 5:51pm


     Style: BJJ

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    Imports from Japan, Shipping Worldwide! Art Junkie, Scramble, BJJ Spirits, Reversal...
    Scramble Stuff
  10. Kinzei is offline

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    12/12/2004 6:12pm


     Style: Daito Ryu, BJJ noob

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    He's a human windmill!
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