Martial Arts Failiures.
Everybody has a story about how at one time or another they knocked the crap out of either someone who either claimed that the martial arts were just for show, or someone who practiced "t00 l34thal for sparring" type systems.
Please post them here.
Ok I'll bite, and if you're JJJ and take offense, read no more.
My instructor had one of his friends who was a black belt in JJJ come in to train one friday night, which used to be only an open mat class. The class was only attended by me (a blue belt at the time) another blue belt, and one of the (then) brown belt instructors.
So, my one instructor tells us his friend is coming up, and that he'll be wearing a black belt, but that hes a JJJ black belt, not BJJ, and then proceeds to tell us to go ahead and kick the living **** out of this guy so theres no question that ours is better.
He had him train with the brown belt first, who mind you if phenominally strong for a middleweight, has excellent guard work, and has a cast on his hand at the time. If I were to give an educated guess as to how many times he submitted this guy, it was probably around 20 easily, with about 5 of them being flying triangles, inside maybe a 10-15 minute time frame.
Thing was that his takedowns (our brown belt) werent on par with what they are today, so he did what was natrual and pulled guard off the feet the whole time. I took this into consideration, and after training with our brown belt, my instructor suggests he should train with me, a lowly blue belt. My takedowns and top game were not good at the time, certainly nowhere near as good as they are now, but I didnt want to leave a loophole in his experience- he may decide to explain that no one could take him down, and therefore in a real fight he wouldnt lose. With this in mind, I had a quick 10 minute match with him and caught him about 6-7 times- the first two I pulled guard, then the rest I took him down and caught him from the top.
By the end of the training session, he was impressed, but I dont know if he ever decided to incorporate a more serious ground regime in his training or not. He would be the second JJJ black belt that I trained with, and based on those two black belts, I would put their skill levels on par with a decent BJJ white belt.
I actually had a "sparring session" with some self-trained Kung Fu/TKD guy recently.
Me: Oh you do martial arts?
Him: Yeah. Wanna spar?
Me (too excited for my own good): YEAH DUDE!
*we go outside*
Me: OKAY NO RULES
*he misses with a hurricane kick*
*I punch him then RNC him*
this sort of thing happens a lot when you live around 100 different TKD schools...
Awesome post my brave amigo.
Anyone else serve up a can of teh woop ass?
If you want to post, I doubt anyone will begrudge you your victory.
I have this linked in my sig but I will repost for the lazy
Responses and the guys name and org in the in the review (link in sig.)
Originally Posted by KageKaze
It will happen in no-gi with this guy im facing i will upload it to the video gallery
What's RNC stand for?
Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
KageKaze. For some reason I remember that was one of the first things I read when I found onto this site...
Rear Naked Choke
Originally Posted by Mungkorn Dam
God, how I wish I had your location. Missouri is not exactly known for its concentration of martial arts schools. Plenty of hoosiers who claim that MA is outdated and innefective though.
Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
Transcript of actual events is as follows:
"You actually train that stupid ****?!?!?! I could take your sorry ass any day of the week!!!"
(Sound of well aimed roundhouse kick followed by much pain)
I like to teach lessons!