Posted On:7/02/2006 11:20pm
I can either go to a seminar by Marcelo Garcia or Eddie Bravo.
Which do I choose?
Posted On:7/02/2006 11:22pm
Style: no gi bjj
Eddie Bravo - I doubt Marcelo will let you roll stoned
edit: and you can't get his stuff on dvd yet.
Last edited by theraydiator; 7/02/2006 11:50pm at .
Style: Relson Gracie Jiu-Jitsu
Oh crap. I think Eddie Bravo because of his half guard stuff.
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Posted On:7/03/2006 12:51am
Style: Electricity, Speed
Eddie, because his techniques are much less practical.
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Posted On:7/03/2006 2:00am
Garcia, because he's better, has less drama, and keeps competing and improving his own game rather than retiring after one strong tournament.
Posted On:7/03/2006 3:14am
My heart says Bravo but my brain says Garcia :/
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Posted On:7/03/2006 9:21am
Further factors to consider:
The Marcelo seminar will be two days (3 hours per day), cover gi and and no-gi, and cost $120.
Eddie is covering rubber guard for 2 hours and it costs only $50.
Posted On:7/03/2006 9:22am
I'd say Bravo, just to experience for yourself what all the fuss is about
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Posted On:7/03/2006 9:38am
Garcia. Because pound for pound he's the best BJJ player in the world, and Eddie Bravo isn't.
And because he doesn't think he invented no gi.
Posted On:7/03/2006 10:09am
MAarcelo Garcia gets my vote. Down to earth guy, no super ego and willing to teache. And his guard totally rocks.
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