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  1. punchingdummy is offline

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    NAGA WOrld Championships (New Jersey)

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    http://www.nagafighter.com/batb4_results_team.asp


    ADULT NO-GI TEAM CHAMPIONS

    1st Renzo 152 Points

    2nd TSK 107 Points

    3rd Machado/Fight Factory 78 Points

    4th Planet JJ 55 Points

    5th Pedro Sauer 54 Points

    6th Team Santos 45 Points

    7th American Top Team 43 Points

    8th Clinch Academy 35 Points

    9th NJIMB/Cabeca 34 Points

    10th Team Venom 30 Points

    11th Wrestling Plus 29 Points

    Tie Lloyd Irvin 29 Points

    13th Balance Studios 27 Points

    14th Ground Control 26 Points

    15th MSA 21 Points

    16th Mike Monica 19 Points

    Tie ABJJI 19 Points

    18th TNT 18 Points

    Tie Tai-Kai 18 Points

    20th Extreme Fighting Concepts 16 Points

    21st Maxercise 14 Points

    22nd Stike Zone 12 Points

    Tie Royce Gracie 12 Points

    Tie Princeton Academy 12 Points

    Tie Maximum Karate 12 Points

    Tie BAJJI 12 Points

    27th None 11 Points

    Tie Maguilla 11 Points

    Tie Chenault 11 Points

    Tie Alex Wilkies 11 Points

    31st NESF 10 Points

    Tie Jerry Jones 10 Points

    Tie Hassett 10 Points

    34th Smiley Face JJ 9 Points

    Tie RGDA 9 Points

    Tie Mike Wentz Barn 9 Points

    Honorable Mention Berks City BJJ 8 Points

    Honorable Mention Tatu JJ 7 Points

    Honorable Mention South Side Dojo 7 Points

    Honorable Mention South Shore Sport Fighting 7 Points

    Honorable Mention Rodrigo Vaghi 7 Points

    Honorable Mention Kioto 7 Points

    Honorable Mention Ivey League 7 Points

    Honorable Mention Diamond Dog-Joe Diamond 7 Points

    Honorable Mention Brazilian American JJ 7 Points

    Honorable Mention Bobbyz Boyz 7 Points

    Honorable Mention WCMA 6 Points

    Honorable Mention Warrior Tribe Academy 6 Points

    Honorable Mention Team Ronin 6 Points

    Honorable Mention Vineland Judo 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Team Padded Cell 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Sento 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Sekai 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Sachettis 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Pitts Penn 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Pinja 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Performance BJJ 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Cooling Dojo 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Combat Zone-Mike Monica 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Clementes Vale Tudo 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Bolao 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Best Way 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Baltimore MA 5 Points

    Honorable Mention AJC 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Tim Burrill BJJ 3 Points

    Honorable Mention Red Bear/Pitts Pen 3 Points

    Honorable Mention Hotrod Tattoo 3 Points

    Honorable Mention Henry Goodhue 3 Points

    Honorable Mention Gene Dunn 3 Points

    Honorable Mention Bittencourt 2 Points

    Honorable Mention Tatu 1 Points

    Honorable Mention LaClair 1 Points





    ADULT GI TEAM CHAMPIONS



    1st Renzo Gracie 205 Points

    2nd Fabio Clemente Alliance 49 Points

    3rd NJIMB/Cabeca 47 Points

    4th Brazil American 33 Points

    5th ATT 30 Points

    6th Lloyd Irvin 30 Points

    7th Kimura Nova Uniao 28 Points

    8th Balance Studios 25 Points

    9th Pedro Sauer 23 Points

    10th Clinch Academy 21 Points

    11th TATU Jiu-Jitsu 21 Points

    12th Rodrigo Mendes 19 Points

    13th ABJJI 18 Points

    14th IMAFW/RGDA 17 Points

    15th Hassett- Team Balance 16 Points

    16th Guerrero RGDA 12 Points

    17th Rickson Gracie 10 Points

    18th Clemente's Vale Tudo 9 Points

    19th Club Kozak 9 Points

    20th Mohler 9 Points

    21st Terrinha Draculino Team 9 Points

    22nd NESF 8 Points

    23rd Champion Joe Priole 7 Points

    24th High Level 7 Points

    25th Sekai 7 Points

    26th TSK 7 Points

    27th WCMA 7 Points

    28th Tai-Kai 6 Points

    Honorable Mention Brazilian American JJ 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Edson Carvalho 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Fusion Osma Pedro Sauer 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Joe Diamond 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Machado 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Relson Gracie 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Royler Gracie 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Southside Dojo 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Team Santos 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Tim Burrill BJJ 5 Points

    Honorable Mention Ground-Hog/CUBECA 3 Points

    Honorable Mention KIOTO 3 Points

    Honorable Mention MBJJ 3 Points

    Honorable Mention Ronin 3 Points

    Honorable Mention Seigneury Jiu-Jitsu 3 Points

    Honorable Mention La Clair 2 Points

    Honorable Mention SBG-NYC/Lloyd Irvin 2 Points

    Honorable Mention Warrior Tribe Academy 2 Points





    KIDS & TEENS TEAM CHAMPIONS



    1st Tiger Schulmann Karate 198 Points

    2nd NJIMB/Cabeca 108 Points

    3rd Renzo Gracie 99 Points

    4th Tai Kai 90 Points

    5th Clemente's Vale Tudo 60 Points

    6th Everson's Karate 43 Points

    7th Royler Gracie 41 Points

    8th Clinch Academy 29 Points

    9th Sekai 24 Points

    10th Jerry Jones 20 Points

    11th Master Alliance 18 Points

    Tie RGDA/ MR KULIC 18 Points

    13th Fight Factory 17 Points

    14th Yamasaki 14 Points

    15th Spectrum Gym 13 Points

    16th Panza Fight Team 12 Points

    17th Finn Fighter's Club 10 Points

    Tie Planet Jiu-Jitsu 10 Points

    19th South Side Jiu-Jitsu 8 Points

    20th Balance Studios 7 Points

    21st Lloyd Irvin 6 Points

    Tie Sachetti's 6 Points

    23rd Jared Weiner 5 Points

    Tie Kimura 5 Points

    25th IMAFW/RGDA 4 Points

    25th Ivey League 3 Points

    27th USA Karate 1 Points
  2. J-Lau is offline
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    Posted On:
    3/23/2005 10:07am

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    Did any other members go to this? How did you do?
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    Posted On:
    3/23/2005 10:24am

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    fought in mens flyweight beginner no-gi

    won my first on points, lost the second on points... for some reason due to a mistake i was told to fight again for 3rd place, and then i lost that one by submission... turns out i wasn't supposed to fight again anyway.
  4. Gumby is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/23/2005 10:54pm


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    Heh, their fault that you capitalized on. The only thing I like about NAGA is that you can sign up for as many divisions as you want, so you can never complain about not getting your money's worth at the tournament.

    I found the names of two guys who went from my school and competed, which explains how the hell our school got points at the competition.

    Jesus Christ though if the one guy hasnt trained in a couple of months, and still took first place in his division.

    How were their referees? Were there any troubles during matches?

    One of my friends tore his ACL about 2 years ago because one of the dumbass refs pulled him and his opponent back into the center of the ring after he had rolled and went out of bounds to avoid a heel hook- he lets the other guy get into position for the heel hook, and then says "Go!' and all you hear is screaming.

    That happened in my division last Grapplers Quest, but thankfully no one got hurt.

    Rolling is one particular way to escape the heel hook- the tournaments need to figure out what they want to do for this- either you restart them on their feet (or the ground) or you disqualify someone for fleeing the mat during a submission.
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    Posted On:
    3/24/2005 11:26am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gumby
    One of my friends tore his ACL about 2 years ago because one of the dumbass refs pulled him and his opponent back into the center of the ring after he had rolled and went out of bounds to avoid a heel hook- he lets the other guy get into position for the heel hook, and then says "Go!' and all you hear is screaming.

    That happened in my division last Grapplers Quest, but thankfully no one got hurt.

    Rolling is one particular way to escape the heel hook- the tournaments need to figure out what they want to do for this- either you restart them on their feet (or the ground) or you disqualify someone for fleeing the mat during a submission.
    If you know how to roll, you should be turning in place and not so much like a barrel and go out of bounds. If the ref was going to start me in a heel hook with my knee bent at 90 degrees... I would just say I tap and not let the match restart. But... I wouldnt get in that position to begin with either.
  6. Gumby is offline

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     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Lau
    If you know how to roll, you should be turning in place and not so much like a barrel and go out of bounds. If the ref was going to start me in a heel hook with my knee bent at 90 degrees... I would just say I tap and not let the match restart. But... I wouldnt get in that position to begin with either.
    Agreed- I turn with the heel hook, but dont neccessarily roll with it- even though its not the best escape, rolling does releive the pressure.

    Its like starting a guy with a fully extended armbar and saying "go." As I said, it concerns me because I saw it done in the last Grapplers Quest as well and I think they need to figure something out
  7. Strong Machine is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/25/2005 12:02am

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    7 points? I had no idea anyone from my team competed.One guy was gonna, but I'm almost certain he said he didn't.weird.But I'll take it.Though admittedly coming in behind smiley face jiu-jitsu and some guys barn is sort of humbling.
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    Posted On:
    3/25/2005 9:19am

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    I was going to ask you about that... I think it may have just been an error. Someone from "South Shore" get "South Shore Sportfighting" some points.
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    Posted On:
    3/25/2005 4:13pm

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    Asked around.It was Tom Giovi.He got first place in his division, I guess.You'll know him as the short guy who's back you took standing during day clas.He got a big kick outta that.
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    Posted On:
    3/25/2005 5:46pm

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    NAGA's sight has team TSK finishing with a HUGE 312 points in the kids/teens division, followed by team Lloyd Irvin with 148.

    A special shout out to the MAN, the one and only Eitan Zachodin from team Renzo Gracie who ripped through the no-gi intermediate division taking 1st place in NAGA's toughest event, and he did it with less training time than most of the people in that division.

    You know how people say that the best grapplers require a certain mental aspect to "see" moves? Well Eitan hasn't been training very long but he has a natural talent and a love for the sport. I'd expect to see alot of great things from him in the future.
    "All warfare is based on deception." -Sun Tzu, ca. 400BC


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