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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    "Im not arguing better or worse, and I understand the different rulesets. BJJ ruleset is more open there's no question about it."

    That is why everyone should cross train, what I really dislike in Judo is the fact they keep restricting stuff, and banning techniques from competition rules, then we are forced to take BJJ.

    I love groundfighting (or else I wouldn't cross-train) but I also love the stand up game, wich is lacking in BJJ.

    I it that impossible to have both in 1 ?

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Seven
    "Im not arguing better or worse, and I understand the different rulesets. BJJ ruleset is more open there's no question about it."

    That is why everyone should cross train, what I really dislike in Judo is the fact they keep restricting stuff, and banning techniques from competition rules, then we are forced to take BJJ.

    I love groundfighting (or else I wouldn't cross-train) but I also love the stand up game, wich is lacking in BJJ.

    I it that impossible to have both in 1 ?
    I'm sure ICY will pipe in here in a few minutes . . .
    "No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    BJJ won again.

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