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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-08-2008, 02:23 AM Thread Starter
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1) What do you think are the main differences between BJJ, JJ, and Judo?

2) Is BJJ ineffective against multiple attackers?

3) Who invented the brilliant techniques of modern day mma? the armbar, kimura, triangle choke?

4) Who invented BJJ and its traditions?

5) Has anyone added to the technical aspect of mma recently? and who?

6) Which techniques would you use if you were; a) fighting someone while very badly injured, b) fighting multiple people at once, c) fighting someone with a weapon.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-08-2008, 02:48 AM
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BJJ isn't different from JJ stylistically, their backgrounds are different for obvious reasons. There can always be small discrepancies in technique but that differs from trainer to trainer. Judo focuses on throws and the use of the opponents weight or energy rather than submissions.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BJJ

Why do u think triangle, kimura and armbar are new?

People are always adding to MMA, its so dynamic and there are so many facets to specialize and coordinate, it never stops changing. asking who has added to technique in MMA recently is like asking who has made a scientific discovery lately.

If i was fighting while injured... it all depends on the injury. paper cut, blinded, broken foot, burnt hands, all of the above?
fighting multiple people, best technique is to run the **** away. if u have to fight, fight and never go to the ground.
same with weapon, why the **** would u fight someone with a weapon? if u have to, and say its common like a knife... id take the advice of my buddy who did 5 years in prison, get your shirt off and wrap it around your forearm to use as a shield so u have something to deflect the knife as you attack him. another guy i worked with had some knifey encounters, he said the same thing. worth a shot
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BJJ isn't different from JJ stylistically, their backgrounds are different for obvious reasons. There can always be small discrepancies in technique but that differs from trainer to trainer. Judo focuses on throws and the use of the opponents weight or energy rather than submissions.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BJJ

Why do u think triangle, kimura and armbar are new?

when did I say this?

People are always adding to MMA, its so dynamic and there are so many facets to specialize and coordinate, it never stops changing. asking who has added to technique in MMA recently is like asking who has made a scientific discovery lately.

If i was fighting while injured... it all depends on the injury. paper cut, blinded, broken foot, burnt hands, all of the above?
fighting multiple people, best technique is to run the **** away. if u have to fight, fight and never go to the ground.
same with weapon, why the **** would u fight someone with a weapon? if u have to, and say its common like a knife... id take the advice of my buddy who did 5 years in prison, get your shirt off and wrap it around your forearm to use as a shield so u have something to deflect the knife as you attack him. another guy i worked with had some knifey encounters, he said the same thing. worth a shot
maybe someone that knows more about mma and the history of ma would be better off answering these questions. no offence, but you did totally misquote me.

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you said
"3) Who invented the brilliant techniques of modern day mma? the armbar, kimura, triangle choke?

Im sorry if the my use of the word "new" threw u off, use a little common sense and substitute "new" for modern and thats what you said. those moves aren't MODERN, u understand now genius?

ps. if u want literal historical evidence, do some of your own research, if you want opinionated and possibly biased information, ask people on a forum.
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It didn't occur to me at first, but if your actually asking who the individual was that devised the armbar, triangle and kimura... thats ludicrous, its impossible to know because there wasn't one person who started it. You'll find those moves are part of teh baic syllabus of judo, BJJ and JJ and have more than likely been around since before those styles had any structure. Its like asking who created the punch to the face... those moves become obvious to any military or civilian martial artist who takes the time to think about how to submit an opponent.
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1) What do you think are the main differences between BJJ, JJ, and Judo?
There are huge differences between the 3 grappling arts that you just listed. Judo is primarily on the feet, Bjj is primarily on the ground, and JJ is a mixture of both with strikes added as well. Bjj and Judo practice no striking.

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2) Is BJJ ineffective against multiple attackers?
Possibly, yes.

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3) Who invented the brilliant techniques of modern day mma? the armbar, kimura, triangle choke?
This is kind of debated and different people claim different things with this subject, so it's hard to say. Bjj was a modification of Judo though

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4) Who invented BJJ and its traditions?
Once again, it's highly debated but it supposedly started with the Gracies, specifically Helio?

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5) Has anyone added to the technical aspect of mma recently? and who?
Not sure what you mean, but many, many people have added to the technical aspect of MMA. Just compare UFC 1 to UFC 80...

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6) Which techniques would you use if you were; a) fighting someone while very badly injured, b) fighting multiple people at once, c) fighting someone with a weapon.
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There are huge differences between the 3 grappling arts that you just listed. Judo is primarily on the feet, Bjj is primarily on the ground, and JJ is a mixture of both with strikes added as well. Bjj and Judo practice no striking.



Possibly, yes.



This is kind of debated and different people claim different things with this subject, so it's hard to say. Bjj was a modification of Judo though



Once again, it's highly debated but it supposedly started with the Gracies, specifically Helio?



Not sure what you mean, but many, many people have added to the technical aspect of MMA. Just compare UFC 1 to UFC 80...



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