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    That's the most ridiculous 'Teh Deadly' argument I've ever heard. Too bad there is no source of who actually said it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannibal MAP
    Dalton did it in "Roadhouse"!

    Yeah. But it wasn't in defending against an arm bar.

    If Dalton didn't do it, then it doesn't exist.

    Thus and so, in summary, ripping out the windpipe
    as a defense cannot happen as Dalton didn't do it.

    And along the same lines, there is no such thing
    as acting, since Patrick Swayze didn't do it either.

    All reality is based on "Tardhouse". It is the litmus
    test for reality.

    Is it ok to live in a loft of some shite-stank barn? Answer:
    yes! Dalton did it.
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    "The seventh law of thermodynamics is that every time a fat person gets near a trapdoor, they fall in. Itís the closest thing we have to scientific proof of God."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannibal MAP
    Dalton did it in "Roadhouse"!
    Blade did it in Blade1 then he did Dalton one better... used it as a visual attack on the next vamp!!! its for R43ls!!!!!!

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    I'm grindin' 'till I'm tired...

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I have an at least equally dumb submission escape: A friend of mine suggested, in order to escape an RNC that is fully in place, elbowing the groin.

    (Not his own groin, the attackers.)

    I stared at him for a few seconds and mimed doing a (standing) RNC on an invisible person and asked him to explain how he would do that. He said "Oh, like that. I dunno.".

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    An armbar is equally dangerous both on the street and on the mat. Attempting to rip your opponents windpipe out while being armbarred will only result in you losing a limb.

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    i keep tryin to spar, but nothin happens! supporting member

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    Quote Originally Posted by Epicurus
    I have an at least equally dumb submission escape: A friend of mine suggested, in order to escape an RNC that is fully in place, elbowing the groin.

    (Not his own groin, the attackers.)

    I stared at him for a few seconds and mimed doing a (standing) RNC on an invisible person and asked him to explain how he would do that. He said "Oh, like that. I dunno.".
    now i've got the mental image of some halfwit getting rnc'd and then vigorously elbowing himself in the groin. given how really fucking weird that would look, the attacker might let go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinite su 47
    An armbar is equally dangerous both on the street and on the mat. Attempting to rip your opponents windpipe out while being armbarred will only result in you losing a limb.

    Dude, you must arch hard.

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    It is NEVER a bad idea to armbar, NEVER. :@

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    I'm telling you, man, the throat rip might not be a good counter to the armbar, but a drunken armbar isn't a good counter for the pre-emptive throat throttle either.

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    The last MMA event I attended featured a boxer knocking out a guy with his free hand while getting a very nasty armbar. I was about 3 feet from the fighters and I was amazed at the power this guy was putting behind his punches while defending the armbar.

    Not a throat rip, but still worth saying.

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