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    Bjj Black Travis Stevens wins Masters World Championship

    I think this finally proves what we have all known for a long time. Judo is good but Bjj is better.

    Travis Stevens wrecked shop and it was awesome.
    I am just glad for France that there was no Open Weight. Travis would have had to wreck shop on their Teddy Reindeer with a flying GOGO-Plata.
    I hope Travis can take gold in Rio and not catch the Zika virus.

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    it's just astonishing how he managed to do this with *no training in judo at all*

    praise helio!

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      #3
      So there is an American Judoka winning something? Props to him.

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        #4
        So not really a masters competition, no age brackets. How is this different from any other IJF event?

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          #5
          Originally posted by Ming Loyalist View Post
          it's just astonishing how he managed to do this with *no training in judo at all*

          praise helio!
          To be fair to Judo, I think he may have taken a few Judo classes.

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            #6
            Originally posted by NeilG View Post
            So not really a masters competition, no age brackets. How is this different from any other IJF event?
            The ijf confuses me. When I went to the ijf Web page it calls it "The World Championship". They call it the last and highest scoring judo competion for Olympic qualification.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
              I think this finally proves what we have all known for a long time. Judo is good but Bjj is better.

              Travis Stevens wrecked shop and it was awesome.
              I am just glad for France that there was no Open Weight. Travis would have had to wreck shop on their Teddy Reindeer with a flying GOGO-Plata.
              I hope Travis can take gold in Rio and not catch the Zika virus.
              You trolin', bro'?

              I didn't see any BJJ there, any more than I didn't see any Judo.

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                #8
                Originally posted by DCS View Post
                So there is an American Judoka winning something? Props to him.
                Look up Kayla Harrison...she is winning too. Jimmy Pedro is her coach. He learned all his armbar skills from BJJ. Just ask him, he will tell you....

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by NeilG View Post
                  So not really a masters competition, no age brackets. How is this different from any other IJF event?

                  It's not...

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
                    To be fair to Judo, I think he may have taken a few Judo classes.
                    You should man up and enter a few judo contests.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by BKR View Post
                      You should man up and enter a few judo contests.
                      But at what belt!?

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by goodlun View Post
                        But at what belt!?
                        LOL, very funny, but good question. I'd have to see his ukemi under Judo conditions and what passes for standup grappling in his case. It's mainly a safety, then understanding the rules sort of issue.

                        I suggest Rayce go work out with Rhadi for a while. Although I think Rhadi is pretty busy with private clients at this point in time.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by BKR View Post
                          Look up Kayla Harrison...she is winning too. Jimmy Pedro is her coach. He learned all his armbar skills from BJJ. Just ask him, he will tell you....
                          This Jimmy Pedro?



                          It seems he is skilled... considering American Judo standards.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by BKR View Post
                            You should man up and enter a few judo contests.
                            I would like to. That sounds like fun.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by BKR View Post
                              LOL, very funny, but good question. I'd have to see his ukemi under Judo conditions and what passes for standup grappling in his case. It's mainly a safety, then understanding the rules sort of issue.

                              I suggest Rayce go work out with Rhadi for a while. Although I think Rhadi is pretty busy with private clients at this point in time.
                              I wanna win Judo White belt Worlds :-p.

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