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    BJJ rules question: "Mata Leo with the foot"

    I know that Mata Leo is your regular RNC/hadaka jime. How does the foot get involved?
    FROM ADULT THROUGH SENIOR (BLUE & PURPLE BELT)

    MATA LEO WITH FOOT

    SLAM FROM THE GUARD

    LEG LOCKS

    CERVICAL(only without chokes)

    BICEPS LOCK

    CALF LOCK

    SCISSORS TAKEDOWN

    HEEL HOOK
    And a pimp my gi related funny. Here are the official CBJJ "places for patches".

    So basically you're free to cover your gi in patches.

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    A gogoplata of some kind?

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    I had long theorised over what the move could be and, yes, had even come up with a gogoplata from rear mount, hoping it was the illegal move.

    But then I asked Carlos Gracie Jr. about it and he just showed me a figure-four toehold.

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    Aeso and I researched this for months. I got one of our team's black belts to invent a version of the RNC where he had his instep on the back of the victim's neck, but as was already pointed out the answer was a terrible anticlimax.

    Quote Originally Posted by MEGALEF
    So basically you're free to cover your gi in patches.
    Sweet; I thought my War gi was over the limit.
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    i keep tryin to spar, but nothin happens! supporting member

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    so by with, they mean applied to? crazy brazilians.

    Sweet; I thought my War gi was over the limit.
    the only limit war kimonos are over is taste.

    (i need to order another one - wish they didn't have to ship from brazil)

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    Incidentally, my new instructor uses that terminology. I get big laffs from it because I imagine someone in a gi trying to do a toehold on a lion.

    Bonus points for anyone that can place this phrase without googling:

    "Lions loooove jokes!"
    "No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garbanzo Bean
    Incidentally, my new instructor uses that terminology. I get big laffs from it because I imagine someone in a gi trying to do a toehold on a lion.

    Bonus points for anyone that can place this phrase without googling:

    "Lions loooove jokes!"
    Souh Park, when token (the little rich black kid) can't fit in with the poor kids so he invites rich kids and hangs with them. He can't fit in there so he goes and lives with lions who enjoy jokes (and trick gum). The funny part about that episode was that all thee rich kids were black and were discriminated against the south park hick rednecks for being "rich" and they burn a "t" on they're lawn as in "time to leave" and scare them away by dressing up as "ghosts." I swear by the name of Helio that I didn't use a search engeine of any kind dont mess with my southpark knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    I had long theorised over what the move could be and, yes, had even come up with a gogoplata from rear mount, hoping it was the illegal move.

    But then I asked Carlos Gracie Jr. about it and he just showed me a figure-four toehold.
    Can we get a photo that will dispell the image that I have in my mind of a pro wrestling move?
    Or is it a pro wrestling move? The rules are fuzzy sometimes...should have seen the near brawl on my last competition out of interpretation of guillotine and neck cranks.:icon_scra

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