Originally Posted by biiggddd
I had Errant block it, because I don't want my judo teach to find out about it until after I get my BB in TKD. He'd go crazy and possibly try to kick my ass if he read it now. Don't worry biiggddd, the next time I see you I'll tell you all about it.
lmaooooooooooo **** nahhh
I started a thread down in Newbietown about places in St. Louis, and Rangerdavy suggested the Vaghi school. My work schedule is going to be changing soon, but I think I'm going to have a look at them in a week or two. I'll put up my thoughts on the place once I do.
Of course, Zen, if you go before I do, I'd love to hear your thoughts on the place before I dip my feet in.
It is realy good school. Rodrigo is also a black belt in Judo. It is a really solid school with cool people in it.
Originally Posted by JR26
Do you know what Dan he is in judo? I didn't see much on his site about what rank he is in the art.
No, I am not sure what Dan rank he is in Judo.
*Edit for clearification*
Actually I could be wrong about a Dan grade I assume he has one but I could be wrong.
This is the info I got on him from his Judo back ground. I know his Brown Belt student who Rangerdavy and I have trained with is a 2nd Dan in Judo.
Here is the interview on Rodrigo Vaghi that mentions his judo back ground. .
Last edited by JR26; 7/27/2008 12:04pm at .
Also some youtube promotional clips of him and his school as well as a clip on amauter fighters.
YouTube - Vaghi Martial Arts
On a side note
Originally Posted by ZenOfAnger
On a side note, his muay thai instructor Fuad, is very good. If your looking for a different sort of ass kicking from BJJ, you could check it out.
by the way, a good way to stay on Vaghi's good side is to pronounce his name right. Radrigo is pronounced Hadrigo. Just a note to anyone who goes to the school. (will save you from pain)