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    NO LIMB GRAPPLER

    upon lurking throught the threads (like a good noob should) I found a thread discussing unorthodox grappling.

    how would you beat a grappler who has no arms no legs, no gi and extreme back-defense?

    is guillotine the only answer? watch this guy move!

    If a repost, then please roast me as you bullshido folks are so good at doing, otherwise, ENJOY!



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWhByQuLSPI

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    I believe that the dude has been mentioned here before but it's still an awesome clip.

    Shows the power of leverage and using one's hips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by your mother
    how would you beat a grappler who has no arms no legs, no gi and extreme back-defense?
    Soccer kick.

    Oh, you mean in a grappling match? I'm sure any number of slams would suffice.
    Last edited by SchwrzSnn; 8/02/2006 11:44pm at .

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    haha, but in a grappling tourny, what are the ways to beat a guy like this? triangle choke obviously didn't work.

    armbar-no
    kneebar-no
    traingle-no
    guillotine-?
    side arm triangle-?
    rear naked choke-yes

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    Face lock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchwrzSnn
    Soccer kick.

    Oh, you mean in a grappling match? I'm sure any number of slams would suffice.
    how about BJJ? you can't just pick up the bugger and slam him and use "the guy was jumping up to pull guard and I lost my balance" excuse...
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    Quote Originally Posted by your mother
    how about BJJ? you can't just pick up the bugger and slam him saying "the guy was jumping up to pull guard and I lost my balance" excuse...
    In that case, a shoulder lock or a choke is all I can think of. Frankly, I think he'd have a harder time trying to submit an intact opponent than vice-versa, though people with such disabilities have a way of compensating in other areas.
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    shoulder lock? explain...

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    One second thought, he doesn't seem to have enough nub to make a shoulder lock viable. So that would leave various neck cranks and chokes. I think a can opener would work wonders...or maybe not. I've not had much experience grappling with quadruple amputees.
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    How does he manage to generate enough leverage to keep his opponent down? I was watching that wondering why his opponent didn't just roll him off. You could also give him your back without getting RNC'd.

    Without arms of legs he must be easier to unbalance and bowl over, so getting mount might not be too difficult.

    Guillotine or RNC, I guess. Your mobility has got to be much better than his, so outmanoeuver him.
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