View Poll Results: Do you think BJJ is just a fad?

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  • Yes.

    350 34.48%
  • No.

    665 65.52%
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  1. #891
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    It is my hope it will "mature" and "evolve". That all depends on how it is accepted and passed along.

  2. #892

    Join Date
    Feb 2011
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Voted no! :)

    shortly, not only are people training BJJ because they love it or et.c. but to get in shape, the spiritual road ( personal enlightment scientifically), stress relief, it can be very competitive, I know some people who do Jiu Jitsu but dont even care much about competition they just simply love it.

    I personally love the competition side of it. But I also love it as a Art, it's just amazing :D and that goes for Martial Arts in general in my opinion

  3. #893

    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Posts
    79
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Its not a fad. But I'm afraid that it will become the new Karate or TKD... Were it will take you a month to find a decent school.

    So waterdown and worthless that its only point will be to stroke the ego's of kids and people who are delusional about self defense.

    Hopefully it will go down the Judo route and self regulate.

  4. #894

    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    Sydney
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by core1065 View Post
    Its not a fad. But I'm afraid that it will become the new Karate or TKD... Were it will take you a month to find a decent school.

    So waterdown and worthless that its only point will be to stroke the ego's of kids and people who are delusional about self defense.

    Hopefully it will go down the Judo route and self regulate.
    Aye, I think it is going down the Judo route. Except for the GJJ online stint, BJJ mcdojos are fair and far between compared to other styles even after so many years (UFC was started in 1993- 18 years ago) due to the alive training method and the relatively easy-to-trace linegage credientials of a particular instructor.

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