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    Jiu Jitsu - Sometimes passing just isn't an option. supporting member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odacon
    Wasn't his nickname "Black Lesnar" when he started with WWE?
    Wouldn't have surprised me one bit...

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    i always thought Bobby was younger

    but i hope he does well only coz i like listening to all the prowrestling haters shut there mouths lol

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    I think all the haters should take note that Lashley is the one man to ever escape 'The Masterlock'.

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    LOL

    that was a work but he was a very strong guy and comes from a soild wrestling background so he should go all right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razamataz
    Which Frank are you refering to?
    Lashley
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere
    I would love to see Frank in MMA IF he trains to adapt his wrestling. He demolished me in wrestling in the Army but I am sure I could sub him.
    Since you had trained with him, what aspects, apart from his wrestling would be best suited for his MMA career and what aspects would he need the most work on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Utah
    Since you had trained with him, what aspects, apart from his wrestling would be best suited for his MMA career and what aspects would he need the most work on?
    He's got: bald head.

    He needs: bitchin tribal tats, unique facial hair
    You can't make people smarter. You can expose them to information, but your responsibility stops there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Utah
    Since you had trained with him, what aspects, apart from his wrestling would be best suited for his MMA career and what aspects would he need the most work on?
    I didn't train with him. I thought I could wrestle for the All Army team and was wrong. I had been wrestling in USAEUR but not as the same caliber as others. Submission wise most of them didn't have a clue how to defend things that are common in Judo and BJJ.
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    You can't practice Judo just to win a Judo Match! You practice so that no matter what happens, you can win using Judo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere
    I didn't train with him. I thought I could wrestle for the All Army team and was wrong. I had been wrestling in USAEUR but not as the same caliber as others. Submission wise most of them didn't have a clue how to defend things that are common in Judo and BJJ.
    Ah, misundersood.

    Sorry.

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