6/17/2006 1:12am, #91
They brought attention back to ground fighting, but to say they invented everything (anything) bullshit. BJJ is just Judo without good take downs. Read the Cannon of Judo or any book by Kano. **** read any biography of Helio. They need to be thanking Kodokan because if they hadn't taking chokes out of competitions they still be teaching Judo in Brazil.
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6/17/2006 3:55am, #92Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
6/17/2006 6:56am, #93
Originally Posted by Aesopian
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Rorion is a sore fuckin loser and i bet Royce is embarassed by that message.Familiarity breeds Contempt
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6/17/2006 9:12am, #94Originally Posted by PointyShinyBurn
6/17/2006 5:14pm, #95
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I got back into to judo after a long hiatus (approx. 12 years) I've trained a little in BJJ and I just don't see that it is much different from Judo, pl4zm4, makes a good point. Even though I have argued that most of Matt's technique was wrestling. BJJ really is just Judo as it used to be before it was wussified by the AAU.
But there are skewls out there (where the hell is that) that still teach Judo groundfighting and it looks, suprise, alot like BJJ.
I think as time slides by BJJ will be just like Judo, TKD, wrestling, etc. most of its practitioners wil be practicing the sport form. MMA has been good for the MA, it has exposed alot of BullShido, but even training in MMA doe not address weapons, multiple attackers, etc. But at least it is a start.:XXhippylo
6/17/2006 7:16pm, #96Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
6/17/2006 7:26pm, #97
You got 30 seconds? Does that sound familiar.
6/17/2006 8:40pm, #98Originally Posted by mrblackmagic