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    I wonder how he would handle a random dude who just thinks it is funny to thrash people. Most "trained martial artists" aren't fighters and have little applicable skills.

    It is the people who enjoy kicking ass that pick up the skills to win. Sometimes those people are martial artists.
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    Nuke a unborn gay whale for Christ.
    I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Moment View Post
    Either way, what you need to understand is that instruction in ninjutsu (And many other TMAs for that matter) is so wildly inconsistent from school to school that defending the art using your own school as an example is pointless. I've seen people assume that a specific part of their training is common for all schools of their style, when in reality their school is nothing like the rest.
    I completely agree with that statement. I never claimed that it was consistent. My advice to people interested in MA or ninjitsu is to take a close look at what they are signing up for. Other dojos that are serious about their training do exist, but you need to be careful to find them. The same with any style, you could find a BJJ dojo, where the Sensei flings so much bull that the training is almost more likely to kill you.
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    Awww...

    Trollshido plz?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Moment View Post
    I know you've already said that you would lose in an MMA competition, Ishamael, but how much of a fight do you think you'd be able to put up against a trained martisl artist in the steet? Would you do better than this guy:

    YouTube- Ninjutsu vs MMA - The Rematch!
    Those leg kicks were just damn sexy btw.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhi108 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishamael View Post
    you could find a BJJ dojo, where the Sensei flings so much bull that the training is almost more likely to kill you.
    Wrong.

    You could find a fake BJJ coach who doesn't know how to grapple. Big difference.
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    Hahaha I did wonder what was going on there for a minute :XX3d:
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    I wonder how he would handle a random dude whohe just thinks it is funny to thrash people. Most "trained martial artists" aren't fighters and have little applicable skills.

    It is the people who enjoy kicking ass that pick up the skills to win. Sometimes those people are martial artists.
    I meant someone who at least has some applicable skill. But I'll change my video, anyway.

    Ishamael, would you fare any better than this guy:

    YouTube- Ultimate Fighting Ass Kicking
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    Wrong.

    You could find a fake BJJ coach who doesn't know how to grapple. Big difference.
    There are two BJJ classes run at the Uni of Guelph. The first one is horrible. They teach you a technique (aka. tell you it) and then leave you to figure it out yourself. No help, no instruction, and when you are just getting into the practice, they throw another one at you. The conditioning was weak too, everything about it sucked. The other BJJ class though...hard-ass men and women, I'll tell you. They are definitely good enough to roll with the best. They do things right.

    To Backfistmonkey: Yes those kicks were sexy. lol. I can't say either way what would happen. A real fight ends with a punch, no more, no less. Whoever is better conditioned, whoever has more real-life xp to not get hit in the wrong way would be the favourite. That being said, lucky punches have happened, that have saved people. However, there is a BIG difference between those who are Ninjitsu MA's in their head, and who are Ninjitsu MA's in real-life. Those LARPers piss me off too, because they say: "I take ninjitsu too!" And stumble over their own feet.
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    A real fight ends with a punch, no more, no less.
    What about if it ends via submission?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishamael View Post
    There are two BJJ classes run at the Uni of Guelph. The first one is horrible. They teach you a technique (aka. tell you it) and then leave you to figure it out yourself. No help, no instruction, and when you are just getting into the practice, they throw another one at you. The conditioning was weak too, everything about it sucked. The other BJJ class though...hard-ass men and women, I'll tell you. They are definitely good enough to roll with the best. They do things right.

    To Backfistmonkey: Yes those kicks were sexy. lol. I can't say either way what would happen. A real fight ends with a punch, no more, no less. Whoever is better conditioned, whoever has more real-life xp to not get hit in the wrong way would be the favourite. That being said, lucky punches have happened, that have saved people. However, there is a BIG difference between those who are Ninjitsu MA's in their head, and who are Ninjitsu MA's in real-life. Those LARPers piss me off too, because they say: "I take ninjitsu too!" And stumble over their own feet.
    Again what makes you so different you seem to talk just like other ninjutsu folk
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