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  • wingchunnewbie
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    Originally posted by KungFuColin
    Truth be known - I guess I would rather be thought of as a sport fighting guitar legend, (which I am) than an assistant Aikido Instructor (the only art I actually teach). Damn, that just sounds lame.
    I think tt depends whether or not you take your Aikido throws, locks and holds to tap-out pain-evel and Atemi full contact.

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  • Phrost
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    Don't want to get too convoluted with this. Usually, if someone has several sets of credentials, it's up to them what they want as their title, within reason.

    For example, (not refering to you) competiting in kickboxing, then doing a grappling tournament, won't make you a NHB fighter.

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  • DARKSON
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    Do submission tourneys and BJJ tournaments count for anything????

    I was 2002 Florida State BJJ Champion as a light weight white belt. I took Silver at International Grappling Championships as a Blue. Lost to the same guy that I beat the year before.
    Last edited by DARKSON; 5/26/2004 8:18am, .

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  • manchuria
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    I CALL BULLSHIDO ON FERNANDO!!

    just kidding

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  • Colin
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    fernando: Just pump in another 44 posts.. Then you can change it yourself.. :)

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  • fernando
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    phrost - can you change my title


    thanks

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  • Sam Browning
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    oops, my bad, you could have really had me going fernando if you wanted to.

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  • fernando
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    you give Lauzon the title of guillotine master! from the highlights hes got that move down pat!


    unfortunately I am not a BJJ brown belt, im quite a ways from that title. i am merely a student.

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  • Phrost
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    Already got it.

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  • Crapfestival
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    You need my info? Or is this for the title I already have?

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  • Phrost
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    In several arts, yes. In all arts, no.

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  • Colin
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    Phrost.. 3rd dan in other arts? Heh.. Not in Judo. :)

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  • Phrost
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    Originally posted by Samuel Browning
    Phrost, I think you should give Fernando, a line for being a BJJ Brown Belt, they're pretty rare.
    I agree. Brown in BJJ is IMO equivalent to a 3rd Dan in other arts as far as experience and profeciency in the art goes.

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  • Colin
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    Truth be known - I guess I would rather be thought of as a sport fighting guitar legend, (which I am) than an assistant Aikido Instructor (the only art I actually teach). Damn, that just sounds lame.

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  • Colin
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    Phrost.. subjective? arghh.. lol

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