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  1. DevonHartigan is offline
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    BJJ Black Belt guardpass technique

    I know that this guardpass seems pretty difficult at first, and it might need some serious training, but when you've got it right, it will work like a charm every single time. It is pretty much undefendable!

    I have heard that it was actually stolen from Wing Chun, but I haven't confirmed it yet.

    http://www.grapplearts.com/Advanced-Guard-Pass.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by DevonHartigan
    I know that this guardpass seems pretty difficult at first, and it might need some serious training, but when you've got it right, it will work like a charm every single time. It is pretty much undefendable!
    I have heard that it was actually stolen from Wing Chun, but I haven't confirmed it yet.
    http://www.grapplearts.com/Advanced-Guard-Pass.htm
    Man, you are so wrong...
    Don't you know that wing chun people don't have any trophies, because they don't attend competitions?
    You were missing from school the day the "why wing chun people don't compete" lesson was on, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DevonHartigan
    I know that this guardpass seems pretty difficult at first, and it might need some serious training, but when you've got it right, it will work like a charm every single time. It is pretty much undefendable!

    I have heard that it was actually stolen from Wing Chun, but I haven't confirmed it yet.

    http://www.grapplearts.com/Advanced-Guard-Pass.htm

    I am so trying this on Wednesday
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    If done right, no can defend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zing!
    If done right, no can defend?
    That's right.
    And if they'd try, you can still crack their skull with the trophy while you're at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonuzaba
    Man, you are so wrong...
    Don't you know that wing chun people don't have any trophies, because they don't attend competitions?
    You were missing from school the day the "why wing chun people don't compete" lesson was on, right?
    Tonuzaba
    Silly me. You are of course completely right. It must have been that day when I was at the other Wing Chun school, learning about training with aliveness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DevonHartigan
    Silly me. You are of course completely right. It must have been that day when I was at the other Wing Chun school, learning about training with aliveness.
    No you weren't. I would have met you there.
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    here is the obligatory "S34rch function n00b!!!". It's been posted numerous times before. There are other equally funny ones at MMALibrary as well.
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    is that like ATA-Jiu-Jitsu?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenJonas
    here is the obligatory "S34rch function n00b!!!". It's been posted numerous times before. There are other equally funny ones at MMALibrary as well.
    I freaking did, but the search function is pretty touchy and doesn't always find what you search for(I think it only searches in whatever tags are associated to the threads). Hell I don't know, maybe it is because I'm using Firefox. But yeah I will try searching a little harder next time. You don't have to be a freaking prick about it!!
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