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    The Top 5 Combat Systems

    1. Catch Wrestling. CW can be described as a more violent and explosive version of Brazilian Jiujitsu. The wrestling is also good, compensating the non existent guard

    2. MMA. A bit of a a jack of all trades but the takedown defense couple with wrestling, jiujitsu, and shoot fighting type striking makes it a very complete package. A pain in the ass for any specialist with the right practitioner.

    3. Brazilian Jiujitsu. Arguably the best defensive submission art which always comes in handy. It's a bit too specialized to be higher than 3 on my list even though the full curriculum covers a lot of ground.

    4. Olympic and Collegiate Wrestling. Very explosive and powerful system with deadly slams and a G&P available to go with that. The lack of submissions and bad habits against submission systems make it no higher than 4 on my list.

    5. Muay Thai. Thai clinch is almost an art onto itself. Dangerous flying knees. Devastating low kicks. Also takedowns, leg grabs.


    So that's my top 5 list for you.
    Last edited by Heuristic; 11/26/2019 5:41pm, .

    #2
    1.Poekoelan
    2.Eskrima
    3.Ninjitsu
    4.Iaido
    5.Sambo
    go to http://www.bullshido.net/forums/prof...do=editoptions > under Thread Display Options > Number of Posts to Show Per Page: 40

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      #3
      Originally posted by Tranquil Suit View Post
      1.Poekoelan
      2.Eskrima
      3.Ninjitsu
      4.Iaido
      5.Sambo

      Let's stick to my list for now.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Heuristic View Post
        Let's stick to my list for now.
        No, fuck you. Mine is better.
        go to http://www.bullshido.net/forums/prof...do=editoptions > under Thread Display Options > Number of Posts to Show Per Page: 40

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          #5
          Originally posted by Tranquil Suit View Post
          1.Poekoelan
          2.Eskrima
          3.Ninjitsu
          4.Iaido
          5.Sambo
          5 should be Systema, surely

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            #6
            Originally posted by AprilRains View Post
            5 should be Systema, surely

            liked my list?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Heuristic View Post
              liked my list?
              I was addressing Tranquil Suit's list. No other list in this thread carries weight.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Heuristic View Post
                1. Catch Wrestling. CW can be described as a more violent and explosive version of Brazilian Jiujitsu. The wrestling is also good, compensating the non existent guard

                2. MMA. A bit of a a jack of all trades but the takedown defense couple with wrestling, jiujitsu, and shoot fighting type striking makes it a very complete package. A pain in the ass for any specialist with the right practitioner.

                3. Brazilian Jiujitsu. Arguably the best defensive submission art which always comes in handy. It's a bit too specialized to be higher than 3 on my list even though the full curriculum covers a lot of ground.

                4. Olympic and Collegiate Wrestling. Very explosive and powerful system with deadly slams and a G&P available to go with that. The lack of submissions and bad habits against submission systems make it no higher than 4 on my list.

                5. Muay Thai. Thai clinch is almost an art onto itself. Dangerous flying knees. Devastating low kicks. Also takedowns, leg grabs.


                So that's my top 5 list for you.
                #4 show's you've never wrestled. Any decent wrestler knows a great many submissions that cannot be employed in the ruleset.

                About that bag?

                edit to add

                Wrestlers were the reason judo changed the rules on leg attacks around a decade ago.
                Last edited by hungryjoe; 11/26/2019 8:31pm, .
                Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do

                http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=31636

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by hungryjoe View Post
                  #4 show's you've never wrestled. Any decent wrestler knows a great many submissions that cannot be employed in the ruleset.

                  .

                  They know a guillotine for sure but their system of grappling (especially in the mount) has actually worse habits than a beginners with no previous knowledge.

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                    #10
                    And I wrote the lack of submissions. I am making a list about systems, not people. Step up your game

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Heuristic View Post
                      They know a guillotine for sure but their system of grappling (especially in the mount) has actually worse habits than a beginners with no previous knowledge.
                      You've never wrestled.
                      Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do

                      http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=31636

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Heuristic View Post
                        And I wrote the lack of submissions. I am making a list about systems, not people. Step up your game
                        Yet you added ground and pound. At least I have a game.
                        Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do

                        http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=31636

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by hungryjoe View Post
                          Yet you added ground and pound. At least I have a game.
                          Perhaps I should express myself more clearly then. It's possible to add freewheeling G&P which makes it more old school MMA esque, but there are pros and cons to such an approach.

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                            #14
                            I will also add that on a very good or bad day, 1-3 can switch places with each other. We are dealing with individuals after all all and the overlap between them is significant. 4 and 5 are generally more static in where they belong in the hierarchy IMO.

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                              #15
                              To hell with that bag. Hang yourself.

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