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  • preschol
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    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    Yes.....with wood... rubber or electricity you would cut me to pieces. What ever you say fatter Bannon.
    Yes, I would. My hamstring injury is more severe than I initially thought, but I would still disassemble you with a blade. I have lost 14 lbs, BTW.

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  • preschol
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    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    This particular troll is constructed out of socks. I am pretty sure it's Holy Moment or Devil or someone.
    It's a fun thought though. Phil Migliarese is coming to Tampa in September.
    Were I to meet him my focus would be 100% on learning from him. hell, if you pulled your head out of your ass I would study my ground game under you.

    When I see a BJJ black belt all I would do is try and learn. BJJ BB's are absolutely fantastic to roll with, so fluid and so safe.

    You see, I am teachable. I am old yet everyday I try and learn as much as I can. I have been training in M Arts for 16 years, bodybuilding for 42 years (I am a champion bodybuilder). I plan on learning until the day I die.

    You should adopt this attitude.

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  • Raycetpfl
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    Originally posted by preschol View Post
    No, you would not.

    I am older, and my body is compromised in many ways. However, my hand eye coordination and speed with a blade is still exceptional. When sparring I beat everyone, including my instructors who have decades of blade training.

    I am exceptionally gifted in terms of genetics when it comes to knife fighting.

    We all have our strong and weak points. My BJJ top game came very easily to me, but I was not made for the guard. I practice my guard more because it needs it.

    Boxing came easily to me, but kicking did not. I devoted my self seriously to kicking and after years I got good.

    We all have things we are gifted in, and things we are not.

    I would venture that people on this board are/were naturally better than average than their training partners from day one.

    With a blade, whether wood, rubber, steel or electricity I will cut you to pieces in a heartbeat. You will bleed out in under 30 seconds.
    Yes.....with wood... rubber or electricity you would cut me to pieces. What ever you say fatter Bannon.

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  • JohnnyCache
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    Originally posted by preschol View Post
    No, you would not.

    I am older, and my body is compromised in many ways. However, my hand eye coordination and speed with a blade is still exceptional. When sparring I beat everyone, including my instructors who have decades of blade training.

    I am exceptionally gifted in terms of genetics when it comes to knife fighting.

    We all have our strong and weak points. My BJJ top game came very easily to me, but I was not made for the guard. I practice my guard more because it needs it.

    Boxing came easily to me, but kicking did not. I devoted my self seriously to kicking and after years I got good.

    We all have things we are gifted in, and things we are not.

    I would venture that people on this board are/were naturally better than average than their training partners from day one.

    With a blade, whether wood, rubber, steel or electricity I will cut you to pieces in a heartbeat. You will bleed out in under 30 seconds.
    How many people have you bled out to date?

    Please answer by letter:

    a) 1-3

    b) 3-5

    C) 5+

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  • Raycetpfl
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    Originally posted by preschol View Post
    It is not only the knees. Any time you go from standing to the mat you risk injury. In all the martial arts I have done, wrestling and Judo are far and away the most likely to cause injury, especially broken bones.

    Yes, boxing/striking causes very severe damage to the brain, and pugilistyic dementia does not manifest itself until you are older, but for broken bones and hospital trips, wrestling and Judo are the leaders.

    As I get older I modify my stand up grappling game. I don't go up against the young bucks heading towards a full ride. I use arm drags and set up whizzer throws. I go about half way into a whizzer throw because I don't want to injure my partner. I pretty much do not do all out takedowns any more. I work my sprawls and takedown defense.

    I do a lot of Dumog and FMA/weapons based takedowns. I use a good amount of JJJ takedowns which are very similar to Gracie Combative takedowns.

    Let me put it this way: I swore 5 years ago to stop stand up sparring (Boxing, kickboxing etc.). However, my ego kicks in and I still spar/strike against doctors order.

    Sparring against a Golden Gloves boxer is less dangerous than wrestling.

    My grappling system utilizes techniques that are designed for the average person, or the older athlete to use. I do not teach double legs because they require more athletic ability then your average person has.

    When it comes to single legs, I emphasize set ups off striking that put you in a place where you can execute the takedown without being a world class athlete.

    The head must always be on the inside, and I want you to always be able to turn the corner to finish.

    I design takedowns so that your typical BJJ student, the non athlete can get the fight to the place where he/she can win, the ground.
    You talk like someone who read the right answers or has listened to experts talk but doesn't actually know the material. It's just off.


    Low amplitude Double legs are the easiest takedown to learn especially if you turn the corner and just drive thru the legs. There's really nothing to them. ....... but you said head on the inside so you can always turn the corner? You talk about fighting the way virgins in Texas talk about sex with their Canadian model girl friends.

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  • BackFistMonkey
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    Originally posted by Michael Tzadok View Post
    I think we should start a go fund me to make this happen.

    I remember from a long time ago on here when another troll called out, I think it was Phrost, and set up a throwdown at Sambo Steve's place in NYC. When the troll(s) didn't show, Sambo Steve gave all in attendance a Sambo Semminar. Maybe you make the locale Philly and have Ricky do the same thing? Just a thought.
    Preschol isn't going to do or fight anything. He is already attempting to set up challenges in other peoples names and was doing the whole "you wanna fight (insert well known and/or respected person) cause (blah blah blah) ".

    He is a mouth boxer. Nothing but talk, bluster, lies and bad data. An idiotic troll.

    If you want a Throwdown that's easy and requires no faith in dipshits. Just hold a Throwdown or a SparrBQ.
    Last edited by BackFistMonkey; 4/25/2017 12:26pm, . Reason: one "B" in SparrBQ not two.

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  • preschol
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    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    I wanna make something perfectly clear. If you ever were to make good on your challenge,which you won't because you're a less athletic version of steve Bannon, I would take the shock knife away from you ,turn it sideways and shove it up your ass.
    No, you would not.

    I am older, and my body is compromised in many ways. However, my hand eye coordination and speed with a blade is still exceptional. When sparring I beat everyone, including my instructors who have decades of blade training.

    I am exceptionally gifted in terms of genetics when it comes to knife fighting.

    We all have our strong and weak points. My BJJ top game came very easily to me, but I was not made for the guard. I practice my guard more because it needs it.

    Boxing came easily to me, but kicking did not. I devoted my self seriously to kicking and after years I got good.

    We all have things we are gifted in, and things we are not.

    I would venture that people on this board are/were naturally better than average than their training partners from day one.

    With a blade, whether wood, rubber, steel or electricity I will cut you to pieces in a heartbeat. You will bleed out in under 30 seconds.

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  • Michael Tzadok
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    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    This particular troll is constructed out of socks. I am pretty sure it's Holy Moment or Devil or someone.
    It's a fun thought though. Phil Migliarese is coming to Tampa in September.
    Find out who is upvoting his posts and you will probably find your answer. I'm not convinced. I still think if he is at all serious like he claims he ought to issue the challenge as a video. If he really did send Joe a kiddie porn link he ought to be banned and reported to the authorities. Those are my two cents.

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  • preschol
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    Originally posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Question guys. I stopped reading a while ago. Are you still feeding into this troll?
    Yes, of course. It is like a drug addiction. They know they are being played, yet they simply cannot put the pipe down.

    I am close to my goal, so I am no longer designing posts to bait responses. We are getting into some good substance here, so I am going to stop trolling and start talking about real self defense oriented topics, especially for the older athlete.

    Use Murphy as an example. He always focuses on substance, and deserves res[pect for doing so.

    There is one thing true about all of us: We love martial arts. They are our passion. Every day of training is a blessing.

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  • Raycetpfl
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    Originally posted by Michael Tzadok View Post
    I think we should start a go fund me to make this happen.

    I remember from a long time ago on here when another troll called out, I think it was Phrost, and set up a throwdown at Sambo Steve's place in NYC. When the troll(s) didn't show, Sambo Steve gave all in attendance a Sambo Semminar. Maybe you make the locale Philly and have Ricky do the same thing? Just a thought.
    This particular troll is constructed out of socks. I am pretty sure it's Holy Moment or Devil or someone.
    It's a fun thought though. Phil Migliarese is coming to Tampa in September.

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  • preschol
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    Originally posted by WFMurphyPhD View Post
    Hmmm....
    Wrestling is very hard on the hips and the knees.
    A lot of wrestlers and judokas end up needing hip and knee replacements due to repeated trauma to those joints which results in small areas of blood flow disruption, which leads to the progressive death of the bone structure in the joint, which necessitates getting prosthetic replacements when the pain from the degeneration is no longer bearable.
    Sometimes this process is accelerated by the frequent use of cortisone and prednisone therapy for injury pain relief,
    and/or accelerated or caused on its own by arthritis conditions, and/or chronic microinflammation conditions (and this can be from a combination or an either/or of genetics and/or your body's reaction to your diet).
    Here's the thing: training combat sports very intensely, with minimal safety equipment and training in realistic ways is actually very bad (incredibly bad) for your body from a trauma perspective.
    Compound that over time with a decade or a couple decades or a few decades of performing those activities, and you will have the twisted and crippled body of Quasi-modo.
    You will know a long time grappler in their middle age not by his ears (because he or she may have worn headgear), but by their inability to do the simple tasks of everyday living with both sides of their body without severe pain.
    Getting old isn't for wimps.
    Getting old as a long-time grappler is especially not for wimps.
    That's life.
    Eventually our bio-engineer researchers will be able to just grow new hips and new knees in our bodies and then transplant them or grow them in a lab.
    Until then, if you want to play these sports in time periods measured in decades, not years, then you have to be willing to eventually be Darth Vader about it, as much machine as man, and probably living in constant daily pain in your middle age and beyond.
    It is not only the knees. Any time you go from standing to the mat you risk injury. In all the martial arts I have done, wrestling and Judo are far and away the most likely to cause injury, especially broken bones.

    Yes, boxing/striking causes very severe damage to the brain, and pugilistyic dementia does not manifest itself until you are older, but for broken bones and hospital trips, wrestling and Judo are the leaders.

    As I get older I modify my stand up grappling game. I don't go up against the young bucks heading towards a full ride. I use arm drags and set up whizzer throws. I go about half way into a whizzer throw because I don't want to injure my partner. I pretty much do not do all out takedowns any more. I work my sprawls and takedown defense.

    I do a lot of Dumog and FMA/weapons based takedowns. I use a good amount of JJJ takedowns which are very similar to Gracie Combative takedowns.

    Let me put it this way: I swore 5 years ago to stop stand up sparring (Boxing, kickboxing etc.). However, my ego kicks in and I still spar/strike against doctors order.

    Sparring against a Golden Gloves boxer is less dangerous than wrestling.

    My grappling system utilizes techniques that are designed for the average person, or the older athlete to use. I do not teach double legs because they require more athletic ability then your average person has.

    When it comes to single legs, I emphasize set ups off striking that put you in a place where you can execute the takedown without being a world class athlete.

    The head must always be on the inside, and I want you to always be able to turn the corner to finish.

    I design takedowns so that your typical BJJ student, the non athlete can get the fight to the place where he/she can win, the ground.

    Leave a comment:


  • Michael Tzadok
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    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    I wanna make something perfectly clear. If you ever were to make good on your challenge,which you won't because you're a less athletic version of steve Bannon, I would take the shock knife away from you ,turn it sideways and shove it up your ass.
    I think we should start a go fund me to make this happen.

    I remember from a long time ago on here when another troll called out, I think it was Phrost, and set up a throwdown at Sambo Steve's place in NYC. When the troll(s) didn't show, Sambo Steve gave all in attendance a Sambo Semminar. Maybe you make the locale Philly and have Ricky do the same thing? Just a thought.

    Leave a comment:


  • Michael Tzadok
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    Originally posted by WFMurphyPhD View Post
    Hmmm....
    Wrestling is very hard on the hips and the knees.
    A lot of wrestlers and judokas end up needing hip and knee replacements due to repeated trauma to those joints which results in small areas of blood flow disruption, which leads to the progressive death of the bone structure in the joint, which necessitates getting prosthetic replacements when the pain from the degeneration is no longer bearable.
    Sometimes this process is accelerated by the frequent use of cortisone and prednisone therapy for injury pain relief,
    and/or accelerated or caused on its own by arthritis conditions, and/or chronic microinflammation conditions (and this can be from a combination or an either/or of genetics and/or your body's reaction to your diet).
    Here's the thing: training combat sports very intensely, with minimal safety equipment and training in realistic ways is actually very bad (incredibly bad) for your body from a trauma perspective.
    Compound that over time with a decade or a couple decades or a few decades of performing those activities, and you will have the twisted and crippled body of Quasi-modo.
    You will know a long time grappler in their middle age not by his ears (because he or she may have worn headgear), but by their inability to do the simple tasks of everyday living with both sides of their body without severe pain.
    Getting old isn't for wimps.
    Getting old as a long-time grappler is especially not for wimps.
    That's life.
    Eventually our bio-engineer researchers will be able to just grow new hips and new knees in our bodies and then transplant them or grow them in a lab.
    Until then, if you want to play these sports in time periods measured in decades, not years, then you have to be willing to eventually be Darth Vader about it, as much machine as man, and probably living in constant daily pain in your middle age and beyond.
    I agree with what you are saying. I'm sure Dan Gable didn't do himself any favors by staying as active in wrestling as he did, nor by coming back after the hip replacement and still rolling with his D1 wrestlers. I met him when I was in the Junior Olympics and he was coaching the US National team heading into the 2000 Olympics. He still rolled with the guys of the US National team and gave them a hard time. He didn't step down from coaching until 2011(over a decade from his 1997 hip replacement). Some of what has torn him up is genetic, some of it is just hard living. Now he does PR and fundraising for the US National team and USA Wrestling in general.

    You want an honest assesment, Dan Gable's injuries came not so much from getting old, as they did him pushing himself to the point that he could still, beat the young studs in his wrestling room... There is a Masters Division for a reason. He always said, that he would step down when he could no longer beat every wrestler in the wrestling room at Iowa State... When he stepped down he said he would be back when he could again. Finally in 2011 at the age of 63 he admitted that after Owings, age was an opponent that got the better of him.

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  • Raycetpfl
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    Originally posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Question guys. I stopped reading a while ago. Are you still feeding into this troll?
    But it's funny to me.... I get to cut pro wrestling promos.

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  • Dr. Gonzo
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    Originally posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Question guys. I stopped reading a while ago. Are you still feeding into this troll?

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