2/27/2004 10:30am, #41
Ive never got a wrist lock standing but I catch people with the one from the triangle. the arm that is inside is just waiting to be wrist locked"The next one I will take will pay for my loss. Someone has to pay!" ~ The Axe Murderer
2/27/2004 10:33am, #42
> WTF semi decent grappler!?!?!?!?!?
Chill, man. It's called understatement. If you hadn't noticed, Boyd is the resident "angry young poet". When in doubt, read his posts again under the assumption that he knows what he's talking about, but just saying it in his own way.There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
2/27/2004 10:41am, #43
Oh...he probably was being sarcastic."The next one I will take will pay for my loss. Someone has to pay!" ~ The Axe Murderer
2/27/2004 12:15pm, #44
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I think what you're talking about is using dirty techniques on the ground. Breaking fingers, eye gouges, etc
The thing is if a fight against a trained grappler went to the ground - they are the ones who are good at controlling position and moving on the ground. In short, a BJJ or wrestling stylist on the ground, would probably be in a much better position to eye gouge you or break your fingers if they wanted too.
Its like saying - if I as a BJJ stylist were on standup against a boxer, why don't I just punch them in the jaw and knock them out? Do they have some sort of defense against this?
2/27/2004 5:12pm, #459chambersGuest
>Ive never got a wrist lock standing but I catch people
>with the one from the triangle. the arm that is inside
>is just waiting to be wrist locked
2/28/2004 1:47am, #46
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I thought Wristlocks were legal in MMA.
2/28/2004 2:27am, #47
2/28/2004 2:29am, #48Originally posted by DARKSON
Oh...he probably was being sarcastic.