Posted On:7/25/2009 11:07pm
Buffalo BJJ has Greater Buffalo's 1st and only Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, Professor Charles Anzalone. We have an active Muay Thai, Boxing, Judo, BJJ, Submission Grappling and MMA Team.
We offer a Free Trial Class with no obligation to join and encourage you to train at EVERY other place in the Greater Buffalo area that offers similar classes and decide for YOURSELF who has the best instruction and students in the area.
Last edited by Real Position; 7/28/2009 12:14am at .
Reason: redo ratings
Posted On:7/27/2009 9:50am
All 9's and 10's.
Did you read the ratings guideline thread or just put happy numbers in there?
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Posted On:7/27/2009 10:18am
Style: Bazhengdao quan, Baji
Good to see some more Buffalo action here, but yeah, you gotta fix those ratings. Don't feel bad, I did the same thing when I first wrote my review.
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Posted On:7/28/2009 12:16am
Nah, I didn't read the ratings before my initial post. Sorry to throw sand in your vaginas. I went back and redid them. You're welcome to stop in for a Free Class and write your own ratings afterward.
Posted On:7/28/2009 11:33am
Well it looks like you've gone back to adjust some ratings, but have given no further exposition to your rankings.
Posted On:8/29/2009 10:40am
Style: Judo, BJJ, MT noob
Some of the guys at Kin-Tora cross train here, and I'd vouch for the quality based on their skill, but I haven't been there before. I don't know if the tone of the review is a stab at the other two big MMA places in Buffalo (Buffalo Training Center and WNY MMA), but I've met / rolled with / watched competition or footage of / people from all three places, and they seem skilled enough that I can't identify any big disparity from my lower level of experience.
For anyone in the Buffalo area I would recommend following the op's advice to take the free classes and make your decision from there.
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