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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman140
    I'm still having trouble picturing something absofuckinglutely clean in France. hmmmmm.....

    I live and train in sweden most of the year.

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    Good for you, nice place Sweden.

    Had a little trouble picturing anyone in France fighting too. Seems last time the Yanks ask them to share in a descent fight they weren't interested.

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    I think I have the winner. During a tournament attempted Taiotoshi and had my left leg "bend" 90 degrees to the left. During the throw the guy resisted real hard and then dropped right on my shoulder and hip. I do a split style taiotoshi so my weight is 50/50 on my feet. We collapsed and my left knee went straight to the mat with my left foot sticking out to the side. The sound was about as loud as a gun shot. As I was grasping my leg in pain I managed to whip it back into position when I fell to my back this was quite unintentional but thankfully it happened. In about 5 min I had a blood packet from my ass to my ankle and my knee was as big as a volleyball. Basically I tore everything. Several people who had enrolled in Judo that semester quit.

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    Had a little trouble picturing anyone in France fighting too.
    you clearly have not heard of la boxe francaise



    Several people who had enrolled in Judo that semester quit.
    judo is scary, I don't blame them.
    and that is brutal. how did recovery go?
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    WE HAVE A WINNER !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Unless anyone out there actually died and would like to tell us about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman140
    Good for you, nice place Sweden.

    Had a little trouble picturing anyone in France fighting too. Seems last time the Yanks ask them to share in a descent fight they weren't interested.

    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=2193
    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=8804
    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=2484
    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=2191
    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=8131
    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=8450
    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=6922
    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=3423
    http://www.sherdog.com/fightfinder/f...FighterID=8444

    That's five minutes on Sherdog. You really should do more research before trying to speak about stuff you don't know much about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkartigue
    I think I have the winner. During a tournament attempted Taiotoshi and had my left leg "bend" 90 degrees to the left. During the throw the guy resisted real hard and then dropped right on my shoulder and hip. I do a split style taiotoshi so my weight is 50/50 on my feet. We collapsed and my left knee went straight to the mat with my left foot sticking out to the side. The sound was about as loud as a gun shot. As I was grasping my leg in pain I managed to whip it back into position when I fell to my back this was quite unintentional but thankfully it happened. In about 5 min I had a blood packet from my ass to my ankle and my knee was as big as a volleyball. Basically I tore everything. Several people who had enrolled in Judo that semester quit.

    Yeah, I think that beats my broken bones. Mine was Judo related as well. I went for Ura Nage and as they were failing I was turning for full mount. My left arm got caught underneath them and there was and there was a large *crack* . My arm was pointing around 60 degrees inward midway down my forarm. Broke both bones.

    Ended up having to go to a lower arm specialist, who need surgery to reset it. Got 2 Titanium Plates and 12 Titanium screws. Anyway I was back on the mat for basic workout and coaching in 3 weeks after surgery and was back will full flexibility in 3 months.

    No Physical Thepary required. Judo/Jujutsu was a Physical Thepary.

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    Backdraft calm down dude. Why are you so absofuckinglutely serious about everything?

    I was refering to the Iraq war. It was a big joke here when France refused to join us.

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    Well then I guess we misunderstood eachother. No hard feelings here, I assure you.

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    First major injury? I'm still having it. I whacked a cervical disk out of place ten months ago with a seoi-nage (at the receiving end), and I'm still convalescing...

    ...with Tai Chi.

    Shut up.
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