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    #16
    Excuse me, I meant GJJ (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu). And it has never been an issue with either knee. The throwing (hip throwing mostly) is totally a non issue with their methods. You'd likely also find the ground techniques surprisingly easy on you knees as well.

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      #17
      Originally posted by AnnaTrocity
      Because I'm a competitive kickboxer that doesnt really kick very often. Maybe once or twice a round if that.
      Well, madam, you sure know how to fight!

      Uncanny Sage: What's the difference between GJJ and BJJ? I thought they were more or less the same.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Agis Silverfish
        Well, madam, you sure know how to fight!

        Uncanny Sage: What's the difference between GJJ and BJJ? I thought they were more or less the same.
        Gracie Jiu-Jitsu is more expensive.
        sudo make me a sandwich!

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          #19
          50% of the increased cost go to keep the great god helio's disembodied floating head in action, and the other 50% helps fund rorion's attempts to let us know that no matter what happens, gracie jiu-jitsu wins - because of gracie jiu-jitsu. (gracie jiu-jitsu)

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