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  1. goodlun is offline
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    9/03/2013 7:41pm

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     Style: BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katje View Post
    Bahahahaha, downstairs pressure points! Wouldn't that have been kind of creepy to teach in a dojo though?
    Wait this isn't what we are suppose to be learning in BJJ?
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     Style: Boxing, Wing Chun

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    The list is literally too long.
    Everything from the Dim Mak being viable for self defense to my striking is so good I won't ever be taken down.
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    11/04/2013 3:43pm


     Style: Judo noob, injured guy.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Not that I have believed they are magic, but I am going to toss wrist-locks on here. My friend had a playful spar/grapple session with someone totally untrained and, as she put it, "I kept trying wrist locks, but they didn't work".
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     Style: Kickboxing, LGKF, Karate

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    I used to believe that there was no point to learning martial arts cause that karate stuff was no good on DA STR33TS where there are NO RULES!!! or the ultimate art was STR33T FIGHTING!!! that was until I got to college where I met a friend who training MMA (I didn't even know what that was at the time, didn't know much about the UFC or admittedly martial arts) and he dared just about everyone in class to come and train with him. No one took him up on it but I was curious and though why not... My elite STR33T skills didn't do me much good when I tried sparring.

    Pretty much got me into martial arts and MMA.

    Though from listening to him, I dismissed all other Martial arts other than BJJ and Muay Thai as being useless, from Karate and Taekwondo, to stuff like Boxing and Kickboxing. Though these days I've trained in multiple styles and one point or another and I'm far more open minded to different styles and when I do train them I try to take what I found worked with them and I even use a lot of Taekwondo and Karate techniques when I spar. It takes people off guard as there's some techniques they've not really practiced or practiced defending so they don't expect it.
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    11/20/2013 11:43pm

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    I used to believe having a black belt actually meant something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnMunchh View Post
    I used to believe having a black belt actually meant something.
    It does. It means you're poorer than you used to be.
  7. Sovvolf is offline

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     Style: Kickboxing, LGKF, Karate

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnMunchh View Post
    I used to believe having a black belt actually meant something.
    Depends? Do you have 52 of them? at 10th dan? if not, then no. It means nothing.
  8. CapnMunchh is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sovvolf View Post
    Depends? Do you have 52 of them?
    Not yet, but thanks to recent threads now I know where to buy them. I'd consider getting a dozen or so, but damn those 10th Dans are expensive! Where do these guys get the money for this? Mortgage their homes? Pimp out their wives? I guess you could say that in their own way they're dedicated to MA.
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    11/25/2013 3:12pm


     Style: Judo noob, injured guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnMunchh View Post
    Not yet, but thanks to recent threads now I know where to buy them. I'd consider getting a dozen or so, but damn those 10th Dans are expensive! Where do these guys get the money for this? Mortgage their homes? Pimp out their wives? I guess you could say that in their own way they're dedicated to MA.
    The key is to create your own systems. That way the only expense is the belt. 10th dan in Krijg-kwon-fu here I come!
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    12/02/2013 1:07am


     Style: Muay Thai/Judo

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I used to believe that Aikido was in some ways useful. I quit after Sensei got really passive aggressive with me when I started asking about how I could apply what I was learning to real life a few months in.

    More recently I thought that Krav Maga was useful after hearing someone talk about how t3h d34d1y it was and marathoning Fight Quest. To be fair, that person also recommended Muay Thai to me and I like it, so there is that.

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