4/01/2006 11:30am, #11
4/01/2006 11:56am, #12
I'm guessing you jumped on his back and hooked in when he went for o goshi
4/01/2006 1:33pm, #13
You constantly hummed the intro music from The Legend of Zelda, while benignly maintaining mount for 5 minutes.
4/01/2006 2:07pm, #14
Boyd by lvl 3 Fireball?
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4/01/2006 3:49pm, #16
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4/01/2006 3:52pm, #17
- Join Date
- Feb 2005
- Sioux Falls, SD
- MMA, JKD philosophy
Did you scream "THIS IS FOR KIMURA! REVENGE!" and then pull out a Desert Eagle .50 and shoot him right in the nuts?
4/01/2006 3:54pm, #18
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- Sep 2004
- Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
I can sympathize with you boyd- when I was a blue belt I would occasionally make my way over to the Judo room to train in some standup. Bear in mind that the instructors cross trained in BJJ and it wasnt like I was storming the dojo or anything. Sometimes I'd get to class early when they'd be practicing ne waza and the instructors would pair me up. There was this one Judo brown/black belt who I'd natrually tool on the ground, and he would find it neccessary to coach me while I was straight up kicking his ass- things like "Pull here" when I'm armbarring him, etc. I didnt mind any criticism with the standup game, since I knew that he knew more than me, but to have the conceit to try to coach someone who is clearly better than you is worthy of a royal ass kicking.
Needless to say, I simply sit on the side whenever they do ne waza now and wait until they get to the standup part.
4/01/2006 5:56pm, #19
I've rolled with a couple of judo guys, though, and they've been pretty nice people. I think it's kinda pitiful when someone with half a year's experience can clown a guy who's trained for 2 years, though (I've yet to have a go at a really experienced judoka).
4/01/2006 8:04pm, #20Originally Posted by Mjelva