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    The Question's first grappling tournament

    Won the first match:

    YouTube - Q 1

    Lost the second:

    YouTube - Q 2

    The tepee choke failed to deliver.
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    Nice to see you expanding your uh.....horizons.

    Why did stand you up after the first trip takedown in the first match?
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    Nice osotogari in the second vid.

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    Nice job turning the triangle into an armlock in the first.

    Good movement in the second, especially a couple minutes in when you're spinning around him staying out of his guard. You need to work more on hip-escaping from under side - Both times he managed to get into side control on you you were basically just flattened out while he worked for mount; if you'd been shrimping and working for half or full guard either time you'd have probably won that match.

    Out of curiosity, who teaches the grappling program at Sidyodtong? I'm not trying to bag on them or anything; I'm just curious because you hear a lot (deservedly) about Dellagrotte's muay thai but I don't recall hearing anything about who they've got teaching subs.
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    Nice to put a face to the names

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    I can see why Q's got so much neg rep and is so universally hated. I mean, the LAST thing this site needs is someone who trains at a legit gym, competes and has some level of skill! Clearly, he's got to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judo Mofo
    I can see why Q's got so much neg rep and is so universally hated. I mean, the LAST thing this site needs is someone who trains at a legit gym, competes and has some level of skill! Clearly, he's got to go.
    :knob:

    Nobody neg rep him for his skill, the QQQ is on my ignore list and still I think he can put up a good fight. But you can be a good fighter and still a fucktard right?

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    Knob??? You, suh, have... I say, you, suh, have insulted my honor. Pistols at dawn.

    As for the rest, perhaps our time would be better spent driving the fucktards who DON'T fight off the site before we concentrate on the ones who do. I'm just sayin'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatherdog
    Nice job turning the triangle into an armlock in the first.

    Good movement in the second, especially a couple minutes in when you're spinning around him staying out of his guard. You need to work more on hip-escaping from under side - Both times he managed to get into side control on you you were basically just flattened out while he worked for mount; if you'd been shrimping and working for half or full guard either time you'd have probably won that match.

    Out of curiosity, who teaches the grappling program at Sidyodtong? I'm not trying to bag on them or anything; I'm just curious because you hear a lot (deservedly) about Dellagrotte's muay thai but I don't recall hearing anything about who they've got teaching subs.

    Isn't it Kenny and Keith Florian?

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    Thanks for the comments, guys.

    But my performance is no reflection on the coaching at Sityodtong Muay Thai. I'm just one of the regular regulars. Or rather I was, I don't train there anymore (not my choice, I had to leave the USA. All of the USA. Sadly).

    Regarding who teaches the grappling program:
    There are 2 excellent, high level grappling coaches that are there every day.

    Excellent grapplers are coming out of that gym. But it's probably overshadowed because the quality of striking there is excellent. Above par. Awesome. Seriously, if Jesus did Muay Thai, he would train at Sityodtong.

    I went to that tourney with two teammates and they both won their divisions. So there are great grapplers their. I just happened to suck at that tourney, unfortunately.
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