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    Is BJJ becoming Judo ?

    Doesn't BJJ run the risk of "imitating" Judo in the sense of becoming a very popular sport, as tournaments are popping up everywhere, and losing its combat effectiveness in the long run ?

    I mean, people will focus on competition and lose the combat perspective.

    In Brazil, many techniques permitted years ago are now illegal in tournaments because they are very dangerous, such as spinal locks, reverse neck crank, stomach arm lock (I think it's called waki-gatame), and others ...

    #2
    Nope.

    http://www.igjjf.com

    The open tournaments and invitationals allow alot of moves and submissions.



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      #3
      Unfortunately, it seems to be going down that path.

      I have a feeling that IGJJF is going to be an exception rather than the rule.

      Much the same way as the judo schools that concentrate on ground work and applications outside the rules of sports judo. They exist, but they are much less common than the conventional ones.
      You say what about my rice?

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        #4
        Its a deffinate possibility. IMHO it always had some more sport oriented things as opposed to "real combat", but yeah, it could easily shift even closer to Judo.

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