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    I don't agre with the superset assessment. BJJ does not contain all of judo's techniques - perhaps all the techniques on the ground, but not standing.

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    This thread is astonishingly stupid, who the **** cares, any Judoka that I know of that wants to have better ground fighting cross trains in BJJ, not because they have the secret deadly techniques, simply because they are better at it, they spend 90% of the time doing it, and theyre ruleset is not so restrictive wich makes it a better ground fighting MA and Im not the best person saying this but even if those techniques arent in Judo its normal, a martial art that focuses on ground fighting should have ground fighting techniques of its own, its mandatory, its not something to brag about, wanna really compete ? lets talk throws.

    Also Dread you are a fucking nutrider so shut the **** up, you where choked out too many times or too few

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    So you forfeit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tourettes
    I don't agre with the superset assessment. BJJ does not contain all of judo's techniques - perhaps all the techniques on the ground, but not standing.
    As dumb as I think this thread is, I have to disagree here. What judo techniques are not allowed in BJJ competition? I'm honestly curious here. I can't think of any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garbanzo Bean
    As dumb as I think this thread is, I have to disagree here. What judo techniques are not allowed in BJJ competition? I'm honestly curious here. I can't think of any.
    True. Every single thing you can do in judo, you can also do in BJJ. BJJ is judo with expanded rules. And that is why the fewer rules you set, the better BJJ will do against judo, since we are in this exciting BJJ vs judo mindset again.

    And both BJJ and judo can be defeated by pneumonia and yellow fever, which are in turn owned by the Big Bang. What did we miss?

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    Kosen Judo Guard Pull -- Around the 9 minute mark.

    Drummerboy: My point was just to say that Judo techniques are allowed and taught in BJJ. No slight against Judo at all. I like Judo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garbanzo Bean
    Kosen Judo Guard Pull -- Around the 9 minute mark.

    Drummerboy: My point was just to say that Judo techniques are allowed and taught in BJJ. No slight against Judo at all. I like Judo.
    All fair square, my post was meant seriously.:)
    I understand your point and agree with it. I seriously think that BJJ is expanded rules judo (or judo is restricted rules BJJ) and that the fewer rules you have, the better BJJ will do against judo. You just need to watch MMA or train in both and it's a very logical conclusion.
    :thumbsup:

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    Judo techniques may be allowed and taught but they're judo appplied to a BJJ strategy and ruleset. Same thing in the other direction.

    Same basic moves + different rules = seperate evolution of 2 grappling styles with more than occasional overlap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tourettes
    Judo techniques may be allowed and taught but they're judo appplied to a BJJ strategy and ruleset. Same thing in the other direction.

    Same basic moves + different rules = seperate evolution of 2 grappling styles with more than occasional overlap.
    I think the point is that you can take any judo tech and apply it without modification in a BJJ match. And that there's many BJJ techs that would be illegal in judo.
    Can you name a judo tech that you can't do in a BJJ match?

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    rules or technique-based?

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