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    #16
    Originally posted by Dr. Gonzo View Post
    The more massive the circle,

    the less chance of anyone taking jism shrapnel

    So long as proper posture and direction are rigorously practice.

    It's the itty bitty circle jerks you have to worry about,

    Particularly the vectors, and angles, etc, etc.

    Purely a theoretical observation, of course.
    jism shrapnel okay that's got to be one of the best turn of phrases I've seen in awhile.

    for some reason and this is totally off topic I was thinking about my first Judo competition maybe it has something to do with adrenalization, and all this reality-based training that we're now looking at.

    I was 18 years old and a white belt.

    Back then what you were 17 you fought in adult divisions. Full rules chokes and armbars.

    My first-ever Judo match was in the adult male -70 something kilogram division.

    Versus a nationally ranked third degree black belt with a Japanese surname who I won't mention.

    I attempted some sort of Side Tsurikomi Gosh I.

    All that I did was break his grip and punch him in the left eye. It left a nice mark and he hit the tatami flat on his back.

    after he had gotten up referee calledhajime, and he summarily tripped me onto my back and strangled me conscious while standing above me staring deeply into my eyes. The last thing that I remembered was a large bolus of phlegm and spit flying out of my mouth.

    I could go on and on about my simple sportive Judo training and all the adrenaline involved and all the injuries and all the near-death experiences.

    How to say this fuck all these reality best Based training people that Michael has presented so far.

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      #17
      Originally posted by BKR View Post
      jism shrapnel okay that's got to be one of the best turn of phrases I've seen in awhile.

      for some reason and this is totally off topic I was thinking about my first Judo competition maybe it has something to do with adrenalization, and all this reality-based training that we're now looking at.

      I was 18 years old and a white belt.

      Back then what you were 17 you fought in adult divisions. Full rules chokes and armbars.

      My first-ever Judo match was in the adult male -70 something kilogram division.

      Versus a nationally ranked third degree black belt with a Japanese surname who I won't mention.

      I attempted some sort of Side Tsurikomi Gosh I.

      All that I did was break his grip and punch him in the left eye. It left a nice mark and he hit the tatami flat on his back.

      after he had gotten up referee calledhajime, and he summarily tripped me onto my back and strangled me conscious while standing above me staring deeply into my eyes. The last thing that I remembered was a large bolus of phlegm and spit flying out of my mouth.

      I could go on and on about my simple sportive Judo training and all the adrenaline involved and all the injuries and all the near-death experiences.

      How to say this fuck all these reality best Based training people that Michael has presented so far.
      ^^^^This.

      The reason that this bullshit


      won't work is because it is totally unrealistic. The guy in mount isn't trying to attack. He's just sitting there, not even putting weight or pressure on the lady, who then declares that a trap and roll(a proven technique that can be seen in the UFC for instance) won't work, but this bullshit biting and shit will. Effectively biting through clothes is hard. Now, as my combat sambo instructors would say, biting does serve a purpose, it can psychologically disturb your opponent, but you need to have actual skills to back it up. Now if they had trained for serious with the Uke actually either throwing punches, attempting chokes and joint locks ect. Then they would have figured out how to deal with the stress and make the technique actually work under pressure. Instead they go to bullshit.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Michael Tzadok View Post
        ^^^^This.

        The reason that this bullshit


        won't work is because it is totally unrealistic. The guy in mount isn't trying to attack. He's just sitting there, not even putting weight or pressure on the lady, who then declares that a trap and roll(a proven technique that can be seen in the UFC for instance) won't work, but this bullshit biting and shit will. Effectively biting through clothes is hard. Now, as my combat sambo instructors would say, biting does serve a purpose, it can psychologically disturb your opponent, but you need to have actual skills to back it up. Now if they had trained for serious with the Uke actually either throwing punches, attempting chokes and joint locks ect. Then they would have figured out how to deal with the stress and make the technique actually work under pressure. Instead they go to bullshit.
        That's because it has to be so simple a caveman can do it ignorant Caveman with no training. Or cavewoman heaven forbid I appear sexist.

        Hilariously I've been bitten in Judo deviated septum scratched cornea is ripped groin muscles dislocated knees knocked unconscious multiple times hyper-extended elbows knees what else oh yeah at the top of the roof of my mouth cut open by a thumbnail.

        Dislocated fingers ripped off literally fingernails and hey Michael I know this is all really familiar to you as a wrestler and person who has done combat sport all their life, kicked in the balls so hard my testicles swell up, bruised and cracked ribs, separated shoulder partially dislocated shoulder, of course the standard strand of unconscious multiple times, punched in the face kicked in the face kneed in the temple and other parts of my head, bruised larynx, broken and jammed toes, horribly twisted ankles, and of course the list goes on and on.

        And that's only the physical stuff let alone all the psychological and emotional torture.

        I think I need to get me some RBT man.

        My main problem to not just throw a motherfuker on their head with O Soto gari, and Fuck continuum of force.

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          #19
          Originally posted by BKR View Post
          That's because it has to be so simple a caveman can do it ignorant Caveman with no training. Or cavewoman heaven forbid I appear sexist.

          Hilariously I've been bitten in Judo deviated septum scratched cornea is ripped groin muscles dislocated knees knocked unconscious multiple times hyper-extended elbows knees what else oh yeah at the top of the roof of my mouth cut open by a thumbnail.

          Dislocated fingers ripped off literally fingernails and hey Michael I know this is all really familiar to you as a wrestler and person who has done combat sport all their life, kicked in the balls so hard my testicles swell up, bruised and cracked ribs, separated shoulder partially dislocated shoulder, of course the standard strand of unconscious multiple times, punched in the face kicked in the face kneed in the temple and other parts of my head, bruised larynx, broken and jammed toes, horribly twisted ankles, and of course the list goes on and on.

          And that's only the physical stuff let alone all the psychological and emotional torture.

          I think I need to get me some RBT man.

          My main problem to not just throw a motherfuker on their head with O Soto gari, and Fuck continuum of force.
          LOL... Yeah, having been trained by actual Russians with backgrounds in the army, MVD and FSB, I kinda didn't get continuum of force until a LEO from the US joined us and started saying stuff like, "yeah that works great but if it is your go to, it will land you in jail." What can I say, the state looks down on breaking a man physically, mentally and spiritually. I still believe in being generous with the pain though.

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            #20
            I have a feeling all the Bullies over the years have saved their friends and family from signing up to crap SD training. I know in 2007 I was easily persuaded at TDs that my JJJ was useless.

            Now I make sure to pass on the favour.

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              #21
              Originally posted by Lily View Post
              I have a feeling all the Bullies over the years have saved their friends and family from signing up to crap SD training. I know in 2007 I was easily persuaded at TDs that my JJJ was useless.

              Now I make sure to pass on the favour.
              Some times I let them and even encourage them... you know... as a joke..
              "BJJ!!! Guard can't protect you from collapsing gym roof, tough guy!" - W. Rabbit

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                #22
                I shouldn’t laugh :/

                One of the stupidest things I did was carry a fruit knife (for SD...) around in my gym bag as had late training and had a few minor incidents . Stabbed my self in the thigh (minor) when the knife cut through the bag and got me as I was walking with the bag hanging off my shoulder. :facepalm:

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by BKR View Post
                  Was that video sped up or what?

                  So, no real world experience, from what I could understand, for any of them.

                  No LEO, military, or combat sport training.

                  Massive circle jerk...

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by Lily View Post
                    I have a feeling all the Bullies over the years have saved their friends and family from signing up to crap SD training. I know in 2007 I was easily persuaded at TDs that my JJJ was useless.

                    Now I make sure to pass on the favour.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by BKR View Post

                      How about Miss weightlifter does she have any martial arts training other than being a good shape?
                      Well clearly she stumbled upon this forum and learnt. that if you do bicep curls and your arms get bigger, you will infact punch harder.

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by BackFistMonkey View Post
                        otherwise both would be in armor ... right?
                        This I would pay to see

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by Lily View Post
                          I have a feeling all the Bullies over the years have saved their friends and family from signing up to crap SD training. I know in 2007 I was easily persuaded at TDs that my JJJ was useless.

                          Now I make sure to pass on the favour.
                          A few years back i was asked to design a SD class for the boxing class ('cause they knew I was a total bad ass)

                          thank to BS.net I said the best self defence is to get good at boxing,

                          fair enough they said and the matter was never raised again

                          also what is RDT?

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by doofaloofa View Post
                            what is RDT?
                            http://realitydefense.com/

                            The ball started rolling on this place back in 2007 on the "Reality Defense in Phoenix, AZ a McDojo?" thread which ran for a good seven years.

                            https://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=54192

                            I recently revived it because it came to my attention that they have been posting youtube videos that only served to confirm everything that I had been saying about them years ago. Troy actually made an appearance early on in that thread, went into a good rant about his prowess in ear removal techniques, and then quickly left in a huff when people here weren't buying into his pitch and hanging on his every word as his students do.

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                              #29
                              We should be grateful. If it wasn't for all the Supreme Badasses on the internet who would lose a death match against two flights of stairs we'd have nothing to do.
                              Gotta give a shout out to WSD Specialist Kristie Sharp though.
                              She can demo the Furrious Five on my Redman anytime. Talk about gunz! You know she's got a mean Kung Fu Grip.
                              "Ahm looking four Sarah Cawnnah!"
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                                #30
                                Many of the videos on the RDT facebook page aren't on their youtube channel. I'm finding that the facebook videos are a goldmine of entertainment.

                                Exhibit A

                                https://www.facebook.com/RealityDefe...3627644463377/

                                Here we have what they describe as two of their best (or is it worst?). Poor balance and footwork, over extending, not really trying to make any kind of contact as all of the strikes are well short of the mark. Keep in mind that the guy in the yellow shorts, Jeff, is Troy's senior student no less. A couple of times he actually tries to move his head to avoid strikes which is a bit of a surprise since this isn't something that I thought that they emphasized but unfortunately he looks like someone awkwardly trying to do a bad impression of former middleweight title holder James Toney. For some real laughs watch the video and just focus on what they're doing from the waist down to really see what I mean about the footwork.


                                Exhibit B

                                https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=343703799770360

                                This is a good example of what I like to refer to as their "Matrix" style of defense where they think that they can effortless parry and block any and all types of strikes coming at them. When they're in the middle of the room there is another good example of poor footwork and balance as the guy in the black shirt turns and walks away which is a bad habit to get into even if, as in this case, he only appears to do it when the opponent is out of range. If the other guy was to simply rush him when he does this he would literally have no way to defend it.

                                The highlight comes at the end where they replay the sequence of strikes and parries in slow motion which only makes it look that much worse. At full speed I could see someone who doesn't really know what they're looking at maybe being impressed by what they are showing. In slow motion you can clearly see that every incoming strike is well short or wide of the mark and then the guy with his back against the wall counters with some little tippy tap counter that's supposed to be impressive. I understand that Troy's trying to demonstrate some of the principles of what he teaches here so I wouldn't necessarily expect that the attacker is going to go 100% and legitimately try to take the other guys head off. But when you aren't even coming anywhere close to the actual target, even in sparring, it starts to look dangerously close to some of the Kung Fu and Kenpo clips that I've seen.

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