Posted On:1/11/2008 12:02am
Style: Sambo, MT, BJJ, CH
Originally Posted by partyboy
meh, his crappling still sucks
no fecking kidding, that wasn't my point, but seriouesly, dont you wish ashida kim were honest? ha
EDIT: see when i posted the appluade **** i thought i was replying to this thread: http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show....php?p=1680254
wooooops, although i still appreciate the honesty, i think he needs to stop teaching mma immediately
Last edited by soundless; 1/11/2008 1:22am at .
Posted On:1/11/2008 2:17am
Style: brazillian jiu jitsu
Originally Posted by saman
This picture was too good to keep to myself. "No! No! Let me die! I don't want CPR"
It looks like he's about to try and spin into an armbar, but the hand position is incorrect. Also, I really hope this is a drill, because only an idiot would push straight up like that.
Posted On:1/11/2008 5:59am
Good that he's honest, but for 2 years his grappling knowledge looks like it sucks. I wonder how often he has been training over those 2 years and what ability his instructor has?
He should not be teaching grappling.
Posted On:1/11/2008 2:58pm
Style: Goju-Ryu, BJJ, MT
I'm surprised he was so honest in response, but also shocked by his lack of proficiency after 2.5 years of instruction. Well, I guess that reflects on HIS teachers.
Posted On:8/21/2010 4:58pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Hey guys, just joined this site so I could say a few things about Al Moore. I am from Tifton and have lived here most of my life. I travel to Americus to train with Ken Hudson who is a legit brown belt in bjj under Gustavo Machado and I also train in Macon @ Middle GA judo with black belt Kevin Mason. There are some decent guys in town for karate and taekwondo but that is about it. I drive over and hour 2-3 times a week to train in hopes that one day I can bring the grappling arts to Tifton. Till then, Al Moore is a JOKE. I think he is claiming he is a blue belt under Rickson Gracie. I have seen his "mma" and "jiu jitsu". Complete joke. Need more info let me know.
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