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  1. LolodesBois is offline

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    yeah but do you see the BLACK belt on the second picture ???!!!!
    Martial Arts is like sex, if you over complicate it with exotic sounding names, theories and principles, you end up fucking yourself in the ass. -Ronin69
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     Style: Kali/Jun Fan/CSW

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    Yes. Yes, I do.
    In case I even remotely seemed to be defending these people : I wasn't.
    In fact, recognizing what they are trying to emulate only means I know better why it pisses me off.
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     Style: JJ of the B variety

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    Quote Originally Posted by FriedxRice
    forget the joint manipulatin, I would be knocked out just from that lady? gorilla's appearance.

    but to contribute to the thread:

    Mr. Uke forgets that his left arm and his legs are still attached to his body. Instead of bashing Mr. Tori into the next world in, Mr. Uke stands there... can't really tell from the picture, maybe he lost his left arm and his legs from a freak accident.
    Mr Nage has fucked up this technique horribly and is using the wrong hand to do the move, hence leaving himself in the position for Mr Uke to give him a nice, solid shot to the face.
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     Style: JJ of the B variety

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    Quote Originally Posted by LolodesBois
    the problem is not that he's standing there (it's a picture) because being held like that pretty much prevents you from launching anything significantly threatening but how in the hell was the guy abble to grab the hand that way ?

    I'm not learning to apply SJM in an alive environment and well like everyone realise it's dam harrd
    ****, now that I look at this again, he isn't even gripping the uke's fingers properly at all. What is being demonstrated in this photo does not work. Not a great example, but it should look more like this pic below. When done this way, it can work on a closed fist as well.

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     Style: Koei-Kan, Aikido

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    I'm going to have to do some searches on Chin Na to post here...
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     Style: Koei-Kan, Aikido

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearless Ukemi
    Mr Nage has fucked up this technique horribly and is using the wrong hand to do the move, hence leaving himself in the position for Mr Uke to give him a nice, solid shot to the face.
    I think he left himself open because he's laughing too hard at the pathetic excuse for a fist that the nage has chambered up ready to strike.

    Let's see just how many bad things we can point out in that one pic.
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    Posted On:
    3/23/2006 12:43pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    Goody, love Pics of Distaster:


    Not a wrist-lock but crappling neck-break mount defence disaster.
    This should be in it's own Pics of Disaster series: Mount Escapes
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     Style: BJJ + Muay Thai n00b.

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    KEMPO FTW!

    The two guys obviously can't hit him--his finger lock is too powerful!
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     Style: Kaju, BJJ, Judo, Kempo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearless Ukemi
    ****, now that I look at this again, he isn't even gripping the uke's fingers properly at all. What is being demonstrated in this photo does not work. Not a great example, but it should look more like this pic below. When done this way, it can work on a closed fist as well.

    That pretty much sums it up. Horrendous examples, but I do teach some small joint manipulation at my school, but it's usually something I throw in extra, and we focus on proper locks/takedowns before you go trying to snap wrists, fingers and toes. Grabbing someones hand as they for some reason try to reach for your lapel with their fingers parted isn't exactly something you should be training for.
  10. KhorneliusPraxx

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    MANIPULATE THIS!
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