Posted On:9/29/2005 11:37am
Style: TKD, BJJ
I thought Rorion did away with the soup-strainer. When he was doing the Gracie Advanced tapes, he didn't have it anymore. Granted, that was a few years ago.
Space Ghost > Samurai Jack.
Posted On:9/29/2005 11:52am
Style: BJJ & MT
Originally Posted by SamuraiJack
Yeah. Two guys beating the crap out of each other sure is a "sport".
Man. Who are they trying to kid? It's two guys beating the crap out of each other. The end.
The old UFC was at least a bit more realistic and hardcore, and didn't have a "Let's make all the rules really suit grapplers hey." Mentality quite as much.
Standing up fights when there's little action on the ground clearly favors grapplers. So do rounds and time limits for that matter.
DO NOT LISTEN TO ME
Posted On:9/29/2005 2:56pm
Style: Kickboxing/Sub. Grappling
TUF ratings seem to indicate the inverse.
Posted On:9/29/2005 4:08pm
Ive seen arguements where people say the cage itself is better for grapplers.
Im a pride fan, and ive seen plenty of ground fighting there in the ring.
This guy doesnt like the fact that with out a ground game, you will get worked in ufc or pride., and its the same honestly if you cant strike at all.
To fight in ufc or pride, you need many tools, if you dont have one of the tools your oppent has, its very likely your in big trouble.
The best way to win a fight, is to find your enmeys weakness and capitolize on it, if you have a ground and he doesnt, why would you strike with? Your there to win period.And it can all be said for striking too. Thats why those fights are so fun to watch, its like a violent chess match, with tons of stratgey for the most part.
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