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Studrock
3/27/2008 7:32pm,
To make this **** easier, I'll just organize an intro thread for once.

Age: 13
Height: 5'9
Fighting Weight: 125
Natural Weight: 133


Fighting Styles:
-Collegiate, Freestyle, and Greco-Roman Wrestling (Mostly Collegiate)
-Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Wrestling:
Experience: 1+ Year (More than 365 Practices/Active Days of Competing)
Qualified for USAW Eastern National Tournament at 123 lbs in '07.
Collegiate Overall Record: 41 Wins 1 Draw 9 Losses
(37 Pins, 1 Technical Fall, 2 by Points, 1 Overtime)

BJJ:
Experience: 3 Months
Rank: White Belt
Tips: 4

My fighting interests and styles have evolved vastly. I started from the age of 6-8 with minimal contact karate at a local dojo. I became increasingly bored from the lack of sparring and actual contact and eventually quit as a yellow belt. Looking back, the place seemed like the biggest McDojo I've ever seen.

Following this I went without any martial arts in my life for quite a while. I developed a strong fascination with professional wrestling. It was well known that I loved it, and my Mom wasn't exactly fond of me sitting home watching a televised Opera on Steroids so she got some information on a Collegiate Wrestling program that was run at the local High School. I loved it, I had no idea that a "real" form of WWE existed. I coudn't get enough of it. After a few months or so of the program I was ready to enter my first tournament. Unfortunately, being a dumbass 10 year old, I received a double compound fracture in my wrist due to a rollerblading incident. This shelfed me for a long time because my doctor refused to clear me. That is, until the 7th grade, last year. I decided after being out for a long time, to restart my wrestling career and join my Middle School's wrestling team. The rest is history.

My love for Collegiate wrestling eventually evolved into branching out into the other two styles of wrestling, Freestyle and Greco-Roman. I've never had any official matches in either style but have proficient experience in both. This year, after the school's wrestling season ended, I decided to further branch out my skills into a martial art. I now roll at a local academy for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. I am looking for a school nearby to eventually move on to Mixed Martial Arts. That's my story.

TKDBot
3/27/2008 7:33pm,
So Studrock, you decided to go ahead and register huh? Cool. Don't forget to review your dojo (http://www.bullshido.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=83).

LI GUY 1
4/02/2008 3:39pm,
You are looking for a school? It would help to know where you live and how much you have to spend on lessons.

Studrock
4/02/2008 8:29pm,
I'm currently located in Holtsville. I'm currently paying $100/Month for BJJ so anything within 75 dollars would be Ideal.

Studrock
4/02/2008 8:30pm,
[sorry, doublepost] ......

maofas
4/02/2008 9:17pm,
On one hand I want to hate you because you were born in the 90s. On the other hand, that was exceptionally well-written for a thirteen year-old, so the ex-English teacher in me says you're a-okay no matter what.

AlphaFoxtrot51
4/02/2008 9:18pm,
I'm currently located in Holtsville. I'm currently paying $100/Month for BJJ so anything within 75 dollars would be Ideal.

What are you doing Tuesdays from 4pm to 5pm?

LI GUY 1
4/02/2008 10:04pm,
Your 13. You wrestle and do BJJ. Concentrate on that and don't worry about MMA.

GIJoe6186
4/02/2008 11:32pm,
Where you doing BJJ.

Also, your 13. Wrestle and do BJJ, do good at school and hopefully you can wrestle at a good college when your older.

Goju - Joe
4/02/2008 11:34pm,
Man the MMA fighters who'll be coming up in the next 10 years (BJJ at 13 sheesh) are going to be scary

GIJoe6186
4/02/2008 11:36pm,
What are you doing Tuesdays from 4pm to 5pm?

http://img442.imageshack.us/img442/6954/1188994406433346a87dgi3.jpg

AlphaFoxtrot51
4/03/2008 11:59am,
http://img442.imageshack.us/img442/6954/1188994406433346a87dgi3.jpg

LoL...

Studrock
4/06/2008 11:38am,
Where you doing BJJ.

Also, your 13. Wrestle and do BJJ, do good at school and hopefully you can wrestle at a good college when your older.

A small storefront dojo that rents the storefront from an Aikido school instructor. The BJJ coach trains directly under Renzo. The place is called "CJ's Jiu Jitsu" (corny, I know).

GIJoe6186
4/06/2008 12:30pm,
No, not corny.

Your 13, focus on that

LI GUY 1
4/06/2008 12:39pm,
Actually, all BJJ on LI is named like that. Serra Jiu jitsu, CJ's Jiu jitsu, Vamos Jiu jitsu, Scarola BJJ, D'Arce jiu jitsu, etc. No originality.

pauli
4/06/2008 12:41pm,
as has been said, stick to your wrestling and jiujitsu.

and focus on the wrestling while you can. bjj doesn't pay for college, and the olympics are a better goal than adcc or mma.