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  1. Horus is offline

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    Does Cesar Gracie look as much like Robert De Niro circa Raging Bull in real life as he does on his instructional dvd's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horus
    Does Cesar Gracie look as much like Robert De Niro circa Raging Bull in real life as he does on his instructional dvd's?
    haha! I never would have thought it untill you said it, but yah I guess he does. Draw a mole on him and he would almost be dead on!
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    It's not only his looks either, his mannerisms and voice are very similar too!


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    on the topic, how did you like the instructional vids?
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    Very good I thought. I have the Renzo/Kukuk ones, some Roy Harris, the Saulo Ribeiro Revolution 1 and 2 dvd's, the Machado ones and the Serra Jiu Jitsu collection, and the Cesar Gracie ones are the ones I probably go back to more than any (although the Ribeiro ones are up there too). Good production, Cesar is very clear (and obviously doesn't have the problem of speaking broken English) and there's 6 hours of material spread across Basic, intermediate and Advanced (Although there's some odd overlapping).

    I'm still a BJJ noob though so my opinions might change as I learn more.
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    You taking Karate and BJJ at the same time atm?
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    4/25/2008 5:01pm


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    I'm just doing the BJJ right now, I'm going to be moving to England at the end of the year and it will depend where I am as to what I do. There's a Kyokushin school near London Bridge, more than likely I'm just going to go 100% with the BJJ though, there's a ton of good schools in England apparently (Roger Gracie's for one)
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    England is so nice to live too. Man I envy you.
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