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    LnP?

    gonna post this in here, cause I don't want people to be mean to me :)

    So what exactly does LnP mean? Lay and PrEy, or Lay and PrAy? I believe someone told me on here a while ago, but I forget now. If someone is LnPing does it mean that they are blanketing their opponent with superior topside wrestling skills, and is just waiting for an opening to submit them, or does it mean they are blanketing their opponent and is just praying they can hold out till the round ends so they get the points?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KempoFist
    gonna post this in here, cause I don't want people to be mean to me :)

    So what exactly does LnP mean? Lay and PrEy, or Lay and PrAy? I believe someone told me on here a while ago, but I forget now. If someone is LnPing does it mean that they are blanketing their opponent with superior topside wrestling skills, and is just waiting for an opening to submit them, or does it mean they are blanketing their opponent and is just praying they can hold out till the round ends so they get the points?
    Lay and pray. As I understand it, LnP is for a fighter who has taken down his opponent and is blanketing him and not attacking with any real commitment, and is just praying to get the points and later on the decision.

    P.S. Newbietown protection only extends to noobs. Get back to YMAS or the iCompete forum, you typing vagina.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViciousFlamingo
    Lay and pray. As I understand it, LnP is for a fighter who has taken down his opponent and is blanketing him and not attacking with any real commitment, and is just praying to get the points and later on the decision.

    P.S. Newbietown protection only extends to noobs. Get back to YMAS or the iCompete forum, you typing vagina.
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    Lay 'n pray is what wrestlers who can't do anything else do. Trying to win via pin in an MMA match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KempoFist
    Nooooo, they will makes funs of me there!!!

    And look. I got my own bot welcome message! COOOOOL
    If only the BullshidoBOT could have electrocuted your dumb ass through your monitor.

    I've seen LnP identified in two ways.

    1) Pulling guard and hanging on for dear life; or

    2) Playing wrestler in an MMA match and pinning your opponent for 5 minutes.

    You're presence in newbietown should be met with a...

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