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    It's all good bro just sharin' techniques - I'll make sure that I only post techniques that are in the "95%" effective bracket. and BTW, I'm always happy to get on the mat with anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
    Now you're both dumbfucks. You haven't been on this site long enough to "get it". We've worked this lock for years. Trust me it doesn't belong in 95% grapplers arsenal. It's novel. I rate it a 4 as a set up maneuver. You think you know more than me get on the fucking floor with me. I can't help it if you don't have a sense of humor and hypcrite boy "franz_grinder" like to drool over every little maneuver.


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    You know what Chaz, something is telling me to give you the benefit of the doubt. This is not like you're other forums, throw off the censor meter and throw around a few f words. It's fun. I give it thumbs down as a precautionary to new grapplers. This is not a maneuver you want as a staple maneuver. You'll find it more effective on under 1 year practitioners and guys who really don't know what the **** they're doing. Most of the time it becomes more annoying than effective. As for Josh Barnette he can do whatever the **** he wants but he owes me $500 for beating Couture.
    It's just a forum man. The animosity is un-warranted.

    I'm always ready for a good roll if needed.

    I don't remember saying this move is ground-breaking technique. However I do believe that alot of different moves that aren't necessarily high percentage within my game can be made to be high-percentage moves within another's repertoire. Megumi scored 3rd place at ADCC this year. I canít really find much reason to question her techniques.

    Like it was mentioned before if you donít like the move than drop it. There is no need to get defensive with the people that are willing to try it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franz_grinder
    It's cool chaz. We need to get lockflow more traffic so no one even has to post on these elitist sites.
    I like Megumi so don't make me whitewash this thread because I found out you're spamming for lockflow.

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
    As for Josh Barnette he can do whatever the **** he wants but he owes me $500 for beating Couture.
    You sold him his roids?

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    While Omega isn't as funny as he thinks he is, you're still all a bunch of humorless jackasses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuma-Gorath
    I like Megumi so don't make me whitewash this thread because I found out you're spamming for lockflow.


    You sold him his roids?
    You make a good point. That was a petty comment to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by combatchaz
    It's all good bro just sharin' techniques - I'll make sure that I only post techniques that are in the "95%" effective bracket. and BTW, I'm always happy to get on the mat with anyone.
    Really? Are you on the west coast? We're having a get together in August?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
    While Omega isn't as funny as he thinks he is, you're still all a bunch of humorless jackasses.

    **** you, I want you on the mat again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by franz_grinder
    Like it was mentioned before if you donít like the move than drop it. There is no need to get defensive with the people that are willing to try it out.[/COLOR]
    Exactly my point. I just gave it a thumbs down. What's the big deal?

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    He meant to say that if you don't like the move, just drop it without making noise... like throwing a silent fart. But if you like it, then say so while telling him he's teh cool :tongue3:
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