Posted On:1/23/2006 6:19pm
Style: Sanda, BJJ
Originally Posted by QuickJab
I still don't understand why the CMA community hates BJJ and grappling. If your instructor teaches you very good, practical Chin Na techniques, wouldn't BJJ be a great compliment? If you learn Shuai Chiao, wouldn't BJJ be a great compliment? Plus even if you really do hate grappling, wouldn't it be smart to learn it so you how to defeat a grappler, the whole know your ememy ****?
The entire CMA community doesn't hate BJJ. Only the stupid ones hate BJJ, which unfortunately is a large percentage.
My instructors give BJJ lessons after kickboxing classes for instance.
Posted On:1/23/2006 7:31pm
I'll be right over! lol
"The depressing thing about tennis is that no matter how good I get, I'll never be as good as a wall." - Mitch Hedberg
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Posted On:1/24/2006 3:07am
Style: Ving Tsun
Bleah... to add to the discussion... a couple quotes:
From my old karate school: "Rule #1 in a knife fight- you are going to get cut. Get over it and move on."
From my Moy Yat lineage traditional _ing _un school, concerning grappling: "We're going to be getting some pads and mats and start learning how to deal with takedowns and tackles. It's not that we're going to be learning groundfighting, because if someone gets taken down on the street either it gets broken up, ends in a KO very quickly, or someone is getting punched in the dick."
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