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    Whatever Ryu of (Full Contact) JJJ this is, I wanna train in it!

    YouTube- Full Contact Ju Jutsu

    Looks almost like MMA+gi. Would anyone have any idea what school of JuJutsu this is, or what kind of competition this is? This seems to be a great ruleset.

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    Sorry to say, but the "Full Contact Ju Jutsu" championships in Poland are a competition format that is open to all JJJ styles.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jiujitsu77
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    It looks like this is a great fighting method if someone replaces your shampoo with superglue.
    The real deadly:

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    Nice spinning back kick KO at 1:42, pure zhoo zitsu right there!

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    two words: it's Poland.

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    Sport JuJitsu competitions in the US are actually pretty cool if you can find them. My BJJ coach has a great highlight video from when he used to do that.

    YouTube- Paul Creighton Sport Ju-Jitsu Highlights

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    That video is old, they also only uploaded half of it for some reason...

    Full one is here:

    YouTube- Full Contact Jujitsu in Poland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebell View Post
    two words: it's Poland.
    Even knitting clubs in Eastern Europe are full contact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    Even knitting clubs in Eastern Europe are full contact.
    This is a good time to ask if anyone knows about any push hands competitions in Europe next year.

    I heard of something called "Taiji Europa" I think.

    YouTube- Championnat Européen de Tui Shou - Europa Taichi 2009

    Anybody familiar with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Larson View Post
    This is a good time to ask if anyone knows about any push hands competitions in Europe next year.

    I heard of something called "Taiji Europa" I think.

    YouTube- Championnat Européen de Tui Shou - Europa Taichi 2009

    Anybody familiar with this?
    After watching the previous videos I'm so glad I stopped _ing _hun and took up BJJ :new_Llol:

    Edit: Just want to clarify I know that isn't _ing _hun in the video.
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    Be careful with sport jujutsu the videos seem to vary from mma in gi all the way to tippy tappy krotty and crappling in gi.

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