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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex8876
    Its a hypothetical situation... so if i really do get in a fight with two people, i'm supposed to double leg one guy, armbar him, and just expect the other guy to let me do that, then get up, and deal with the other guy????
    What I see is you didn't answer my question. All of your hypothetical examples keep changing to fit your side of the argument.

    Actually to make it easier quit playing the What if game. Argue your point and go from there.

    This What if garbage is tiring.

    Watch:

    What if he threw the brick when you threw the punch?
    What if the guy you punched had a knife?
    What if they both had guns?
    What if they called in an airstrike.
    What if Cloverfield appeared?
    What If Japan decided payback time and Dropped Godzilla on all of you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake
    You haven't studied the one punch KO systems of all "hypothetical" fighters.




    See what I mean?

    Please tell me this alleged Framework and what makes you an authority?

    JESUS CHRIST it was an idea!!! chill the **** out okay, so it was far fetched. :5arg:

    The framework is the bare skeleton of WC (centerline, four corners, immovable elbow) with the hands up to guard the face like in boxing, and the JKD Bai-jong stance, which can be either open or closed.

    Also the Fencing principles of using the lead right as a weapon to Intercept the opponent, with the Fencing concept of the "fighting Measure" applied to footwork. And also the Boxing Punches, the Shovel and Corkscrew Hooks, the Bob/weave, Slipping, Ducking, and some simplified trapping.

    I'm no authority... This is simply the position of the JFJKD Nucleus.


    Basically the hypothetical **** was just theory. So i guess i my theory was flawed. See! I admitted it. I dont know enough about JKD as of yet to really say those things conclusively. Sorry guys, i got carried away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex8876
    JESUS CHRIST it was an idea!!! chill the **** out okay, so it was far fetched. :5arg:
    Read my sentence and yours then get back to me about chilling out.


    The framework is the bare skeleton of WC (centerline, four corners, immovable elbow) with the hands up to guard the face like in boxing, and the JKD Bai-jong stance, which can be either open or closed.

    Also the Fencing principles of using the lead right as a weapon to Intercept the opponent, with the Fencing concept of the "fighting Measure" applied to footwork. And also the Boxing Punches, the Shovel and Corkscrew Hooks, the Bob/weave, Slipping, Ducking, and some simplified trapping.

    I'm no authority... This is simply the position of the JFJKD Nucleus.
    Have you seen all of the divisions in JKD?

    Basically the hypothetical **** was just theory. So i guess i my theory was flawed. See! I admitted it. I dont know enough about JKD as of yet to really say those things conclusively. Sorry guys, i got carried away.
    Which is what everyone was trying to point out until, you started speaking like an authority and losing your cool. So how about you calm down and learn?

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    My point is that JKD is based on scientific principles that are true because they have been proven to be true (shortest distance between 2 points is a straight line, Acceleration of body weight produces explosive power, etc.) So,JFJKD is a viable combat system that can be applied in MMA, with supplemental grappling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex8876
    Which is what everyone was trying to point out until, you started speaking like an authority and losing your cool. So how about you calm down and learn?
    :merror:SORRY!!!!!!

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    yes, boxing and kicking is usable in an MMA ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goju - Joe


    JKD in the cage has been used it looks exactly like MMA

    Your problem is you haven't cross trained (I assume) and don't recognize whats going on.

    Quote Originally Posted by KhorneliusPraxx
    yes, boxing and kicking is usable in an MMA ring.
    Two of the easiest and best posts in the current part of the thread. WC framework? Do you understand that was basically, what BL was trying to get away from? So, why is it suddenly important to fall back into the "TMA" trappings he was moving away from?

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    BJJ = Horizontal Chi Sao

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    Quote Originally Posted by KhorneliusPraxx
    BJJ = Horizontal Chi Sao
    Video Plz.

    Otherwise
    BJJ=Horizontal Tai Chi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex8876
    Also the Fencing principles of using the lead right as a weapon to Intercept the opponent,
    Other than that in fencing you hold the weapon in your dominant hand, what the hell does this mean? I'm finding it difficult to visualise a striking art where you don't aim to 'intercept the opponent'?
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex8876
    with the Fencing concept of the "fighting Measure" applied to footwork
    Bearing in mind that I fenced for over a decade, what does this actually mean?

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