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  1. socalpankration is offline

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    10/15/2006 4:36pm


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    AMATEUR PANKRATION - SUNDAY!!!

    Full Bred Pankration Tournament
    October 22, 2006
    Santa Ana High School
    520 W Walnut St.
    Santa Ana, California 92701

    We will have divisions for kids, teens and adults (Two Skill levels for adult Men) and we are starting a Women's division.

    Spectators: $8 Adults & $5 for kids.
    Tournament entry fee: $40 or $50 if not pre-paid by Oct 17th.

    Weigh in and Last Chance Registrations:
    Sat, Oct 21 at Santa Ana H.S. Gym 5-9 PM
    Sun, Oct 22 at Santa Ana H.S. Gym 7-8:30 AM

    Pankration tournaments are a great place to get into MMA style competition. The atmosphere is friendly and and competitors come from all schools and styles. Average 2 to 4 matches per tournament with rules that require technique.

    Rules allow Body Strikes, Takedowns and Submissions in a double elimination tournament. All matches are conducted on Wrestling mats with two referee's to ensure safety for all. Custom Medals for all place winners and team awards for top 3 Adult Open and Youth Teams.

    The tournament will start at 10 am and the open divsion finals will be around 2 pm
    A free referee certification Clinic will be held from 8-9 am

    Vender booths from OntheMat Fight Store; Take a Nap, Wrestling Mart and Twisted Neck will be there.

    Additional info is available at:
    www.fightleague.org
    or phone 949 829-685
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    Posted On:
    10/15/2006 4:52pm

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    I've always wondered, what are the rules for kicks to the head? If both fighters are still standing, what are the rules for that?
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc
    I've always wondered, what are the rules for kicks to the head? If both fighters are still standing, what are the rules for that?
    Seems pretty clear that only body strikes are allowed.
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  4. socalpankration is offline

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    Posted On:
    10/15/2006 5:00pm


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    We do not allow kicks to the head but international rules do allow them.
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    Posted On:
    10/15/2006 6:29pm


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    The reason Sirc asks is because the last San Diego Throwdown involved some messy matches with the Farfan Training Center team.

    The Bullshido guys agreed to fight "Pankration Rules", but some misunderstandings led to open hand strikes to the head/face, knees to the head/face, etc...

    Just out of curiosity, are open handed "light" strikes allowed to the head/face from any position?

    What about kicks to the leg?
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    Posted On:
    10/15/2006 6:47pm


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    Gay rules, how are good strikers supposed to fight under rules that dont allow strikes to the head?
  7. socalpankration is offline

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    10/15/2006 8:26pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Satori
    The reason Sirc asks is because the last San Diego Throwdown involved some messy matches with the Farfan Training Center team.

    The Bullshido guys agreed to fight "Pankration Rules", but some misunderstandings led to open hand strikes to the head/face, knees to the head/face, etc...

    Just out of curiosity, are open handed "light" strikes allowed to the head/face from any position?

    What about kicks to the leg?
    No strikes to the head open or closed are allowed in our Pankration league. I'm interested in what mat the match with Farfan took place so I can talk with the referees.
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    Posted On:
    10/15/2006 8:27pm


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    Kick to the legs are allowed.
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    Posted On:
    10/15/2006 8:42pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draven
    Gay rules, how are good strikers supposed to fight under rules that dont allow strikes to the head?

    Strikers do just fine in the competition. Why don't you shut up until you try it.
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    Posted On:
    10/15/2006 8:59pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalpankration
    No strikes to the head open or closed are allowed in our Pankration league. I'm interested in what mat the match with Farfan took place so I can talk with the referees.
    It was an informal sparring session that was somehow misinterpreted by the Farfan team to be some kind of competition I think.

    It took place at the North County Fight Club training center which shares it's space with a TMA school whose name I can't remember.

    The poster Bud Shi Dist is a student there and organized the event. There were no formal refs aside from some of the Farfan coaches.
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