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  1. Tshin is offline

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    And you thought BJJ was gay

    http://www.turkishwrestling.com/

    The Turkish art of Yagli Gures (grease wrestling)

    Ways to Win:

    The essential pin in Yağlı Gűreş is similar to that in Greco-Roman wrestling (which, incidentally, is neither Greek nor Roman, but a modern European adaptation. Except for covering their nakedness with a kispet – which is an act of male modesty commanded by Mohammed – the Turks claim that theirs is closest to the classic Greek style). The first wrestler whose “umbilicus is exposed to heaven” loses the match. Holding of the shoulders to the ground for a period of time is not an element in the pin.

    There are alternatives to this basic pin which also constitute a victory:

    (1) The “crush.” A fighter may maneuver his opponent onto his stomach and then trap him by sprawling on top. If he can keep him down with his face buried in the grass he can then turn his exhausted opponent with a half-nelson for a pin. This is a dangerous move, and the referee monitors closely to see that the bottom man is not suffocated. If the “crusher” is not successful after a given period the referee has them begin again from a standing position.

    (2) Submission. Occasionally the match under a hot summer sun is so long and arduous that one fighter will simply signal his submission to the referee. Pin.

    (3) Since a wrestler is not restricted from placing his hands inside his opponent’s kispet (he may not grab his balls or invade his rectum, however), he can also use the waistband to hold the other man in place. Occasionally the kispet is yanked so far below his hips that the fighter being held cannot rise without exposing himself. Having lost his trunks he also loses the match.

    (4) If a fighter is able to lift his opponent entirely off the ground and carry him five paces in any direction, that is a “carrying” pin.

    (5) A running “flip” is sometimes employed, in which the wrestler causes both his opponent and himself to expose their navels during the roll. The loser is the one whose navel is first to be exposed. Unless the initiator of this move is careful, he may find himself the loser even though he was the “flipper.”



    The extraordinary (by western standards) sportsmanship and mutual respect between Turks is most clearly displayed whenever one gets a bit of grass in his eye or needs to adjust his kispet. Without any particular signal from the referee they simply disengage and correct the situation. If water is needed to wash out an eye it is the opponent who runs to fetch it. If sweat has blinded the eyes of a wrestler they stop long enough for the referee to hand each of them a wad of cheesecloth for wiping. Often winner and loser will walk off the field together arm in arm. If one fighter is injured and a stretcher crew is unavailable it is his opponent who will assist him off the field.

    The rules are few in comparison to those governing western styles, relying more on a tradition of comradeship than upon detailed prohibitions. A wrestler may grab his opponent’s kispet in any way which helps him with a throw, or to control or for a pin. Sometime he will thrust his arm down the other’s kispet up to his armpit in order to obtain leverage. Despite this freedom, the intentional fouling of a wrestler is almost unheard of.

    Hitting is a little more problematic, and the referee’s discretion is the only real arbiter. Open-handed blows to the back of the opponent’s neck, trying to shove his head down, are common. Usually the opponent will respond with the same blow. Even hitting the face with an open hand is tolerated, although that can lead to impromptu fisticuffs and flared tempers. The referee then halts the action and admonishes both wrestlers before they can continue. On very rare occasions of flagrantly bad sportsmanship the referee will award the match to the victim.
    All in all if you're a homophobe this is probably not the art for you..oiled muscular men and all...found it hilarious, but I'm wondering how they would hold up in a nogi match.
  2. Steve is offline
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    Posted On:
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    nogi match?

    If they had no gi they'd be nekked!!!

    Who's the gay one now, since you're wondering?

    Still, pretty funny coming from a western view point.
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    Posted On:
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     Style: EBMAS WT/ Latosa Concepts

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    Seriously, don't go there...

    ok, here....











    its to easy, i gotta stop.....
    Last edited by Dr._Tzun_Tzu; 8/12/2006 1:25am at .

    "If anything is gained from this, it should be you both wanting to get better so you can make up for how crappy you are now." KidSpatula about the Sirc vs DTT Gong Sau Event
    Until the Bulltube is fixed:
    DTT vs Sirc

  4. Tazz is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr._Tzun_Tzu
    Seriously, don't go there...

    ok, here....



    :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek:
    Look at where that guys finger is..:icon_eek:
  5. silver is offline

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     Style: BJJ, MT, Haidong Gumdo

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    Bwahahahahaha! God I'm at tears from laughing
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    Turkish Oil Wrestling: "Position before Orgasim"
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    This has been covered about a million times here. People started it for Emin.
  8. Lu Tze is offline

    BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer.

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    Edit: My internet broke and I double posted, sorry.
    Last edited by Lu Tze; 8/12/2006 12:28pm at .
  9. Lu Tze is offline

    BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer.

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    Turks = Ancient Greeks = historically notorious fudge packers and fondlers of small boys.

    This sport doesn't suprise me in the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazz
    Look at where that guys finger is..:icon_eek:
    Dude.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr._Tzun_Tzu
    This is some Brokeback **** right here.
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