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    Do you have time to rehydrate after weigh-in like a kickboxing fight? If not how strict are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Villain
    Meh, death in the family. Will be elsewhere.
    Wow, that sucks man. All my best to you and yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark
    Do you have time to rehydrate after weigh-in like a kickboxing fight? If not how strict are they?
    Unfortunately this won't apply to me. Super-Heavy is 215 and up and my fat ass doesn't have enough time to get below this. Maybe next time.

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    I will!

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    Good luck to all the Bullies competing. I hope to see you all around.

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    Some of my school was there, but my instructor said I should focus on the upcomig (?) naga more......

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    Nice to see you guys there. I ended up taking 2nd in no-gi to a gin-U-ine Brazilian! Then I skipped out on Gi because it was 6:30. Longest event evar.

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    So I found out that I need to lose weight for sure before I compete again. Super heavy-weight is chock full of strong-ass mofos! Basically got destroyed in both my divisions (no-gi beginner and novice).

    Note to self: It's a good idea NOT to leave an arm out flapping in the breeze, as that's how americanas happen.

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    Note to self: When your opponent is being coached in Brazilian, BE CAREFUL!

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    Well the guy that beat me in beginner was being coached in Portuguese in one of his other matches. I can't say for sure if he was against me, as I was trying furiously to listen to Asia and my own teammates advice.

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