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    I been in plenty of street fights what's better Fight Tactics: Ring/Cage Vs. Street

    Let me start off by saying I'm new to the forum and I plan on sticking around and to get on topic- I been in plenty of street fights but am strongly considering picking up the art of Kar-Do-Jitsu-Ryu (to avoid an argument of it being considered "bullshido" on this forum an amateur did win an MMA tournament for this region and it definitely wouldn't be my first choice, if I had one, but it's the only dojo within a 60 mile radius so I'm kind of on stuck until I get out of this hell hole.)

    Anyway to prevent from rambling more and defending something I know nothing about- What differs from a street fight to a bout in the ring?

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    Rules and gloves.
    "That was the only way you could destroy me. Neither do I quail at death nor act in deference to any god. So drop your talk, I come resolved to die. But first, there are these gifts I bring for you." At once he hurled a javelin at his enemy, then sent another and another still straight to the mark. - Virgil's The Aeneid

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      #3
      wait till the wing chun trolls see this thread, their going to love it

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        #4
        Kar-Do-Jitsu-Ryu? There must be judo in your area. There must be. Do Judo.
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          #5
          Originally posted by Kickapoo View Post
          Rules and gloves.
          Definitely Rules and Gloves.
          Also your type of flooring, light, and amount of friends the other guy might have that want to kick your ass.
          Also there might be weapons.

          What the heck is Kardojitsuryu?

          The style of the way and technique of a car? >.<

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            #6
            OP, where are you at? The only Kar-Do-Jitsu-Ryu I could find with my Google-fu goes to Sunset Park Martial Arts in Brooklyn, which means there's at least ONE amazing martial arts school in the area.

            http://www.martialartsny.com/brooklyn/karate.html
            http://www.sunsetparkmartialarts.com/

            As far as KDJR goes, it says it's a combo of Karate, Judo, and Jujutsu.
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              #7
              What differs from a street fight to a bout in the ring?
              It concerns me that you have to ask...
              Chaos? Panic?... Disorder??.........................​My work here is done.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Jcbal93 View Post
                Definitely Rules and Gloves.
                Also your type of flooring, light, and amount of friends the other guy might have that want to kick your ass.
                Also there might be weapons.

                What the heck is Kardojitsuryu?

                The style of the way and technique of a car? >.<
                Karate-Judo-Jujitsu-Ryu - I figure it's a good base, if taught right, until I can get to a straight art for lack of a better word.

                Another option around the area is Karate Warriors Gym/Dojo ran by Elton Trower. It also offers self defense, kickboxing, exercise and weight lifting.

                And the only (other?) Judo option is once a week at the local YMCA.

                EDIT: Eastern Shore of Virginia (23442)- It's a new site; I'm not sure what's up with the locations.
                I guess I'll have to go view my options and talk to the kickboxing teacher there.
                Last edited by ESVABURNOUT; 5/31/2010 1:06am, .

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                  #9
                  This place was discussed recently. A new poster named COWBOY visited and concluded that it's just a bad judo school. This prompted an even newer poster,chuey, to insist that kardo jutsu is the most effective martial art ever because it taught him how to kick Italians in the knees when he was 14 and that Sunset Park is apparently the most dangerous neighborhood in America. Find somewhere else to train.

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                    #10
                    Sweaty shirtless bald men hugging each other in shorty shorts

                    Well, I guess that depends on the bar you go to.
                    Originally posted by Judoka_UK
                    Judo is the PC to Sambo's Mac.

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                      #11
                      For a brief moment I thought this was a tactical discussion on MMA in a ring versus a cage and what is more suited to contemporary competition.

                      Then I looked at the thread title again and was quite upset.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by ESVABURNOUT View Post
                        Let me start off by saying I'm new to the forum and I plan on sticking around and to get on topic- I been in plenty of street fights but am strongly considering picking up the art of Kar-Do-Jitsu-Ryu (to avoid an argument of it being considered "bullshido" on this forum an amateur did win an MMA tournament for this region and it definitely wouldn't be my first choice, if I had one, but it's the only dojo within a 60 mile radius so I'm kind of on stuck until I get out of this hell hole.)

                        Anyway to prevent from rambling more and defending something I know nothing about- What differs from a street fight to a bout in the ring?
                        The main difference between the street and the ring is the ring is there for a fair fight. In the street it comes down more to luck. There's a million more differences that can be pointed out but they should be pretty obvious.

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                          #13
                          How about using the search box:

                          This Martial Art is so great it Boasts many 10th Dans - No BS MMA and Martial Arts

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Kickapoo View Post
                            Rules and gloves.
                            You forgot AIDS needles and lava.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Cannon_6 View Post
                              You forgot AIDS needles and lava.
                              and the dangerous minorities firing their guns all sideways, and the roid raging redneck bodybuilding MMA fighter that's why I stay in mom's basement and train Wing Chun online

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