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  1. Blue Negation is offline

    Woke up in the mortuary

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     Style: Judo, Sub wrestling

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    Quote Originally Posted by newtoMA10 View Post
    No basically its a two hour and a half class of muay thai then bjj/ submission grappling. we learn sweeps double/ single leg takedowns, then submission.

    They dont focus to much on judo arm and wrist throws because they say they have low chance of being succesful in MMA events . I trained at kage one in southern illinois in college. Im back in chicago now so im looking for a new place to train.
    Judo "arm and wrist" throws? What the flying fuckbar?
  2. TheRuss is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlosJesena View Post
    To the thread starter, you do know that most bodybuilders are actually weak as ****, right?
    No. You put a guy in the gym long enough to put on considerable mass, he's going to gain strength as well.

    What you could say is that "most bodybuilders" are not skilled fighters, seeing as they're not training to fight.
    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas View Post
    Downstreet on the flip-flop, timepants.
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    Agreed. When a bodybuilder cuts, esp. for competition, they are at the weakest point of their cycle. That's not the same as being weak as ****.
  4. battlefields is offline
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    Russ, what about "functional muscle", bodybuilders don't have "functional muscle"?

    *runs for cover*
  5. newtoMA10 is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Negation View Post
    Judo "arm and wrist" throws? What the flying fuckbar?
    sorry i meant basic hip throws.. i just always affiliated single and double leg take down with wrestling.
  6. Petter is offline

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     Style: BJJ, judo, rapier

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Beak View Post
    and some tech i whose name escapes me.(wrap the hips from the side, plant foot behind ukes feet and sit down)
    Tano otoshi?
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  7. newtoMA10 is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75ehwtcv View Post
    Sounds like your training was perfect... If you were able to avoid him getting a hold of you, long enough for the cops to get there and for you not to get hurt... Your mma is treating you fine!
    but i couldnt KO or seem to hurt him at all i just dodged. and what would have happened if the cops showed up
  8. Uncle Skippy is offline

    See my tongue. SEE IT!

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    Judo and hammer pants.

    Works every time.
  9. battlefields is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by newtoMA10 View Post
    but i couldnt KO or seem to hurt him at all i just dodged. and what would have happened if the cops showed up

    Look, dude, you evaded damage, you hit him more than a few times, you didn't get hit. Drunks might seem to shake it off but enough sharp cracks to the face combined with the adrenaline wearing off makes meek of the man mountain faster than you'd think. You try aiming for pressure points in that situation, or trying to "redirect their force", you are going to find yourself clinching with someone much bigger than you.

    Hypotheticals don't help, as I said, you are always going to think you can do more than you think you did. Stop worrying about it, do Judo, keep doing MMA as it seems to help your evasion skills, bulk up and don't listen to anyone who reckons that hitting their "soft spots" would have done any better.
  10. ADM is offline
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    It bares repeating, but Battlefields nailed this one on the first page. Don't play the WHAT IF game ... what if he had a gun, what if a bomb blew up in your shoe, what if Omega showed up to laugh in your face, flip you off then walk away.
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