Ninjitsu next clip, sensei arie akker
:wrestlerf And check this fake nek breaking technique!!
Arie van den Akker Ninjitsu training clip??? combat sequens ??
what you think of this one????:XXspider:
Last edited by studentmma; 1/11/2010 10:16am at .
Oh ****??? That was a submission??? I thought he just hit him in the throat.
Originally Posted by Monkfg
The frontkick didn't look ALL that bad. It would distract you (it was groin level). Of course, the padholder intentionally stepping back for the student doesn't really help the student.
Those legkicks... Damn. Someone's gonna bust their own leg if they don't rotate that planted foot. Bonus to pull BOTH hands away from their head when they kick. Always reminds me of Sakuraba vs. Wandy II.
WOW! Ninjerism at it's "best".......where do I sign up?.........do you get your black belt on the first or second week of training?
Kosen Jujitsu, hehehehahaha
Oddly enough this looks like really bad Bujinkan. However this guy is suppose to be from Ronald Duncan and Asswipe kim
Originally Posted by twisted mind
Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Ronald Duncan have a reputation for churning out good fighters?
Kama Sutra blue belt.
Originally Posted by Emevas
Originally Posted by Rock Ape
Seriously, I once had the idea of going to there over there with two of my friends. But they were always closed when I had the time back then; during school vacations. How come :P
Anyway: his students aren't very good at judo technique (breakfall part), nor at kicking. I think those 'combat sequens' (wtf he also gets his languages wrong) drills are wrong impressions that he got through attending a seminar with another, better, martial arts instructor in my town.
There are enough good fighters here, they just don't care or bother to pay this guy a visit.
He is from Groningen, the Netherlands, his accent is from the western part of the country (not Frisian at all)
Last edited by Moenstah; 1/11/2010 5:26pm at .
Reason: forgot something
I'm also from the Netherlands (Amsterdam) and I remember a couple of years ago there was a guy on a Dutch forum challenging the great Sensei Arie van den Akker for a Jo or Bo fight and get the typical reaction: I can’t fight whit you because I will probable break your fingers during the fight. The guy reacted whit that he had broken his fingers before and that it was the risk of fighting whit the Jo/Bo and wouldn’t be mad about it if it happened, he was even willing to sign a statement about it, after that no more reactions of the great Sensei, I heard some roomers there has been a fight between someone and Arie but I don’t know that for sure. The story goes the fight took part and Arie ended up whit some injury’s.. but I really don’t know if that’s true!!
Originally Posted by Moenstah
At his school it takes years to get a black belt because of the payment structure…
Regular training $
Weapons training $
But you do need to take all the lessons before you get a higher degree…
In Dutch forums about this subject he often post and make statements (in his own name or as one of his students) and was willing to debate… (if you can call it like that) but that was 2 or 3 years ago. We all gave up hope after that.
Still thinking about giving his students some free training passes for some Jiu Jitsu or Bujinkan training from teacher who are serious about their styles/training. But I think the distance between Amsterdam and Groningen is too big for them to show up, and didn’t find a teacher willing to go there…
moenstah i think we should go have some training tiem in groningen.
what do you say?
lets dress in black and do a real life troll.
im serious, you'll tape and i pretend im a ninja master too who has come for serious friendly training willing to give him rank in my organisation or something.
It sure has comedy potential. Weren't you in a very murky past involved in 'trapjudo' (a.k.a. wooden shoes jujutsu of the JBN)? I was, so we could fake our t3h de4dly techniques.
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