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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr._Tzun_Tzu
    Actually, it was started long before that, but it is true that the UFC marketing machine produced alot of grapplers, so a specific program to counter that had to be put out to the students.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyote
    My definition of anti-grapple:

    Any technique or series of techniques that a striking art practitioner can use to escape a grappler while simultaneously moving his opponant back into striking range.
    After watching several of Chuck Liddell's fights, I can say that he has teh true anti-grapple.
    Sorry, accidentally quoted my own link...

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    Quote Originally Posted by elnyka
    Produced? You mean brought them into public light.
    No, he means produced. Huge numbers of people took up grappling arts after the first few UFCs.

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    exactly, and they got good instruction on grappling too!! The Rugby tackle Sparrow belittles on the other thread and bad wrestling tackdowns used to be more the norm, but with everyone taking BJJ, or atleast their instructors taking BJJ in secret and presenting it to their students, in the mid 1990's, a need arose for a specific set of drills to protect against grapplers.

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    Jesus is the anti-grapple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr._Tzun_Tzu
    exactly, and they got good instruction on grappling too!! The Rugby tackle Sparrow belittles on the other thread and bad wrestling tackdowns used to be more the norm, but with everyone taking BJJ, or atleast their instructors taking BJJ in secret and presenting it to their students, in the mid 1990's, a need arose for a specific set of drills to protect against grapplers.
    It's a pity then that no one apart from other grapplers seems to have developed one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr._Tzun_Tzu
    exactly, and they got good instruction on grappling too!! The Rugby tackle Sparrow belittles on the other thread and bad wrestling tackdowns used to be more the norm, but with everyone taking BJJ, or atleast their instructors taking BJJ in secret and presenting it to their students, in the mid 1990's, a need arose for a specific set of drills to protect against grapplers.
    This is Bullshit. Don't even try to compare the monkey flinging poo takedown to a real wrestling takedown. I've seen more people owned by regular wrestling, before the UFC, than what you are implying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake??
    This is Bullshit. Don't even try to compare the monkey flinging poo takedown to a real wrestling takedown. I've seen more people owned by regular wrestling, before the UFC, than what you are implying.
    And it's the same thing as saying their strike defenses were not designed to work well against trained strikers. Doesn't that just mean second rate ****?

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    anti-grappling sucks becuase it's _ing __un.
    You are a total Douchbag. Train more, post nevermore.
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    just die already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr._Tzun_Tzu
    exactly, and they got good instruction on grappling too!! The Rugby tackle Sparrow belittles on the other thread and bad wrestling tackdowns used to be more the norm, but with everyone taking BJJ, or atleast their instructors taking BJJ in secret and presenting it to their students, in the mid 1990's, a need arose for a specific set of drills to protect against grapplers.
    Would it be possible for you to, say, demonstrate the validity of your anti-grapple?

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