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  1. aaaargh is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by FUNKtastic
    to me it was like the experiment of putting two identical bowls of food an equal distance from a dog; my judo class has more emphasis on stand up, bjj has more emphasis on groundwork but they each do both.

    solution--train in both =)
    Yeah, nothing worse than a BJJ vs Judo argument. It's like arguing whether punches are "better" than kicks.
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    Yeah, and we all know Judo kicks BJJ's assssssssss!!!!! ph34r t3h K1mur4

    Kidding... Kidding... don't kill me. :cringe:

    And your teacher sounds like one smart bloke, my Judo Sensei keeps on telling us "First off: You can't use Judo in fights if you never get into any. Second: Just because you're good in Dojo or Shiai doesn't mean you're good for bar brawls or knife fights."

    He goes on but it's mostly the same stuff in the OP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaaargh
    Yeah, nothing worse than a BJJ vs Judo argument. It's like arguing whether punches are "better" than kicks.
    BJJ vs JUEDO arguements are far more worst then punches are better than kicks,

    its like asking if a hard cover book is better tehn the same book in paperback... theyre good for some conditions but not others.

    anyways heres the inspiring judo video with the lame arguements somewhere in there http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkuTkdzVb_0
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    Is this the illiterates convention?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deadmeat
    I've seen it happen time and again, particularly at my old Gym, which was competitive in MMA.
    People come along, and after a while, maybe six months or so, they begin to develop this overinflated ego, and in some cases an attitude that glorifies streetfighting.


    blah blah blah

    Luckily for me, it happened in the gym, and the only thing that got hurt was my pride. Not that I thought I was a badass or anything to begin with... I just had a false sense of security, I guess.
    It does happen a lot, one thing that keeps it in check is training partners willing to grind you through the mats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munacra
    Today's Judo class showed me how much I need a better stand up game. the ole bread and butter double leg wasn't as effective as I thought it would be.

    Being humble is a good thing, and nothing is more humbling than being at the receiving end of a good O Goshi.
    I don't know. When I was sparing at the USF judo club yesterday, I had no problem taking someone down several times with a double leg, although granted he was new at grappling in general.
  6. Babachewy is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by musicalmike235
    I don't know. When I was sparing at the USF judo club yesterday, I had no problem taking someone down several times with a double leg, although granted he was new at grappling in general.
    For some reason they don't teach double leg takedowns right away, at least at my dojo. The advanced students aren't fooled, but as a beginner the white belt wrestlers are the bane of my existence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
    One thing that keeps it in check is training partners willing to grind you through the mats.
    Agreed. That's about all there is to say about it really. It's much easier to stay humble when you take a beating on a regular basis.
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    As a point of balance, I once had a Wing Chun instructor tell me that, if you really want to become a good fighter, then just study boxing and wrestling. Seriously.

    Quote Originally Posted by aaaargh
    It's like arguing whether punches are "better" than kicks.
    Punches are better than kicks.
    Last edited by Zendetta; 9/20/2007 9:37pm at .
    "You know what I like about you, William? You like guns AND meditation."
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    HARDCOVER BOOKS ARE BETTER!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
    Is this the illiterates convention?



    It does happen a lot, one thing that keeps it in check is training partners willing to grind you through the mats.
    Agreed. Have we come full circle and internalized every piece of anti-bjj propaganda we've ever been exposed to or what? What in the hell is this stuff? Who even gets into a bar fight that lasts longer than twenty seconds and what does it matter who wins or loses? The bouncers are showing up soon and they're tossing you both out anyway, so it's not like the winner's gonna take home all the women and the crown of the land.

    In case you're wondering, yes, I have used BJJ on the street. Not just the generic double leg-mount-gnp thing either. I've controlled a belligerent drunk with an omoplata from guard and cracked a nazi's elbow with an armbar. This isn't godamn rocket science.


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