Posted On:10/13/2007 9:48am
Style: San Da, Judo, BJJ
Makes sense, I think there is potential in this type of "recruitment". Bullshido should have a "armbar your friends" day.
Posted On:10/13/2007 2:36pm
Originally Posted by Jadonblade
Managed to convince a friend to quit his TKD and follow me to start BJJ and MT (and maybe some boxing) at sleeping storm in epsom (UK). Had previously shown him the error of his ways when he proclaimed his immunity to guillotines, I proved him wrong with a to be honest, poor attempt at one.
Do I get brownie points?
When I first read, I wondered who would be stupid enough to think they are immune to guillotines?? Does this guy believe he doesn't have arteries or something. I realize I can't judge though cause one time I was told I was impervious to foot locks when really the guy teaching just didn't know how to do them. I learned that fairly quickly in BJJ. Probably a similar thing going on here. I was once shown the "correct" way to RNC by aa TKD black belt (use your forearm leaving a huge hole for the guy to reach in and free himself if he has a minute of BJJ experience
Posted On:10/17/2007 10:03am
He thought he would have enough room to get out of it, or hit me once I had it on. However I have been to slow and Choi kwang Do have snatched him up! (months training for £1).
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