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    He hasn't competed before and no one from his dojo has either, I don't know his name sorry I saw it yesterday but can't remember it, my memory is heaps bad.

    There will be a dvd eventually but it usually takes months and months to come out and they put like 3 events in one i think.

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    Well he had a boxer's stance and a good double leg takedown. He looked about 15kgs heavier than me and was about 10yrs older too. I ended up getting armbarred from his guard at the end of the first round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pooeater
    Well he had a boxer's stance and a good double leg takedown. He looked about 15kgs heavier than me and was about 10yrs older too. I ended up getting armbarred from his guard at the end of the first round.
    OH YES the good ol "armbar from guard Kung Fu" ... I think Omega studies that style as well .

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    Eheh thanx man, I learnt so much from that it's crazy and it was heaps fun, wasn't near as nervous as I thought I would be. Can't wait to get back in for another shot but I've got a kickboxing match in 7 weeks so will have undoubtedly helped for that.

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