Posted On:9/11/2007 12:01pm
Originally Posted by Teh El Macho
This one sentence is at the heart of the matter.
Sidetracking a bit, has anyone successfully performed a judo-like sacrificial throw like sumi-gaeshi, tawara-gaeshi or yoko-wakare to counter a wrestler's takedown?
Yeah, this happened to me.
Posted On:9/26/2007 5:44pm
Posted On:10/24/2007 1:29pm
Style: tang soo do
this is really depressing,what more to say.let em try that on the street.and film that.
Posted On:11/30/2007 1:55am
Style: Tae Kwon-Do, Fencing
I found the armadillo pictures to be pretty entertaining. Jumping just doesn't come to mind when you think of armadillos. It should, I mean with that one Armadillo-Man or whatever boss in Megaman, and all the ones you fight in Donkey Kong Country, they should stimulate you to remember the agility of the avaracious armadillo.
Posted On:11/30/2007 5:29am
Style: Shutting up and training
I can't believe this thread ain't dead. :karated:
Posted On:11/30/2007 5:59am
For some reason I equate this thread with MC Hammer.
Posted On:12/10/2007 6:59am
Style: Mixed Martial Artist
THE ULTIMATE WAY TO DESTROY ANY GRAPPLER........... Learn how to grapple!
Posted On:12/16/2007 5:21am
Style: brazillian jiu jitsu
First, if somebody "boxed my ears" while I had them in the side mount, I would elbow them to death. Secondly, is there ANYBODY with even ONE DAY of grappling training that would turn their back to an attacker like this:
Posted On:12/17/2007 1:51pm
Style: Karate, Judo
He should turtle and wait til the refs stand him up. :)
Posted On:12/17/2007 6:30pm
Style: Mostly drinking. E-chaun
was that guy in the white shirt falling because he tripped or was he actually shooting?
I think this might be a valid defence against an opponent who just happened to trip and is falling towards the ground just in front of you.
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