Posted On:11/10/2003 1:06am
Style: BJJ and MT
Just to clear things up about Sakuraba.
He was tought subs by Ricardo Pires along with Matsui and the rest of Takada Dojo.
Sak has never had anything to do with catch wrestling.
Pride pays for him to train and his trainers.
Posted On:11/10/2003 2:06pm
Style: Be Happy
I'm curious what style of wrestling did he learn? I remember reading in a Balck Belt magazine article on him about his wrestling background. All I could remember was that he started wrestling when he was in high school.
Ghost of Charles Dickens
Posted On:11/10/2003 6:29pm
Sak did freestlye wrestling and then later WWE style wrestling in Japan. Pro-Wrestling in Japan is totally different then it is hear. Lots of their matches end in submissions and actually look similar to real fights.
His submission skills were taught by BJJ black blet Richado Pries who is responsible for teaching MMA guys like Frank Mir and Phil Baroni. He teaches at the Las Vega Combat Club.
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Posted On:11/10/2003 8:25pm
Style: LongFist CMA
here , not hear
I am the biggest fucking wanker on the internet - Proven fact.
Posted On:11/10/2003 9:14pm
Posted On:11/11/2003 12:24am
"n Japan is totally different then it is hear."
Its" HERE" you dumb ****.
Posted On:11/11/2003 1:30pm
I don't care what it is. Go take your dick out of the dictionary you've been fucking and stick in in your mouth. You have nothing to constructive to add.
Posted On:11/11/2003 2:35pm
"I don't care what it is."
and thats "retard" not "retart"
Posted On:4/13/2005 7:20am
Style: judo, karate, jap jj
"and thats "retard" not "retart""
i find it quite funny that you correct him when he is insulting you... it just doesnt strike me as being a smart thing to do
and regarding the original point of this thread, yes i'm tired of this mentality too
i find that the bjj guys with this warped attitude seem to think that there is a kind of competition between them and every other martial art, sure bjj is quite nice, but that doesnt mean that you have to convert everyone else to it
i have a friend that goes to a mcdojo, he is a black belt after 1 year, he broke boards in his black belt exam and if he broke them all he would have skipped black belt and got first dan or something. what does it matter? he enjoys doing what he does, he is keeping fit and socialising. i think thats totally cool, i feel no need to tell him my style is better and go around proving points to him
also as KFDW has generously supplied, bjj isnt the only art where attitudes run a little wild :(
Government overthrows you!
Posted On:4/13/2005 7:22am
OH MY FUCKING GOD
OMFG OMFG OMFG OMFG
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Last edited by charmin; 4/13/2005 7:24am at .
Reason: Not enough shouting
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