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    Grappling Techniques

    YouTube- SIFU Marc Davis - Grappling Techniques

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    What do we all think of this guys techniques?

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    Uh oh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbadjohn View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77D71YV0hZM

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    What do we all think of this guys techniques?
    What do you think of them?

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    Crap.

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    an interesting display of crappling

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    Quote Originally Posted by fights4peace View Post
    an interesting display of crappling
    What specifically makes it crappling?

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    [QUOTE=Vorpal;2408986]What specifically makes it crappling?[/QU

    Typo. It seems to be standard sweeps from a wrestling clinch progressing to armbars/chokes. Not bad really.

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    Are those heel kicks when he lock in on the armbar at the end mma legal? I would have never thought of that

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    Looked sloppy. Flaring knees galore on armbars which would probably be easy to hitchhike out of. Sloppy alignment on the triangle (though the demo partner did tap; maybe he’d have adjusted at need). Osoto-gari style reaps where he doesn’t appear to pull the demo partner off balance. Most of those takedowns looked like they could simply be stepped out of by a resisting attacker, except for the double-leg where a sprawl and perhaps a guillotine looked more appropriate.

    I wonder how much time he’s actually spent refining those techniques against resisting opponents?
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    [quote=fights4peace;2408988]
    Quote Originally Posted by Vorpal View Post
    What specifically makes it crappling?[/QU

    Typo. It seems to be standard sweeps from a wrestling clinch progressing to armbars/chokes. Not bad really.

    Sorry brother, I wanted to hear it from F4P. A short while ago he seemed to put some stock in compliant training videos, I was wondering if his sensibilities had adjusted.

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