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Old 10-17-2009, 10:07 AM   #20 (permalink)
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battleshape has a little shameless behaviour in the past
I agree with Fieos, save your bjj to your sparring partners. Using it on animals is just too risky. Unlike humans - animals have claws, they're very powerful, they could have rabies , and becomes really unpredictable when agitated.

Professionals come in a team of two or three just to diffuse a single black bear or a gorilla. And they use guns and tranquilizers just to put it down. No amount of bjj or muay thai skill can go up against an angry bear. A right hook from a bear can cause cerebral bleeding or worse lose your head.

That kid is very lucky to have even subdued that dog. I woulda run or chuck something at it if I was him.

A good sparring partner is the best way to practice your skills. If you don't have one, a good ground and pound bag or grappling dummy could be good especially if you wanna train at home.
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