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Fitch isn't a wrestler so much as a very complete grappler. Sonnen has proven why, time and time again, why having a wrestler sit on top of you while you know BJJ isn't as bad as it may sound lol.
lol still can't believe he got trapped in the spiders web again, clinch game is much better for takedowns i must say, my favorite move is dirty boxing against the cage with wrist control then break away and hook uppercut combo, then quick rec linch and with wrist control and one underhook perform a judo throw. i think im close to getting the legs behind the head but not without my hands.


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I don't do double-leg. It's banned in Judo and I find it requires more strength than I like. Hip throws, sweeps, reaps, sacrifice throws are my thing.

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As for the follow up, my wrestling coach insists that you can 'double up on your shots.' As in shoot again immediately after you miss, rather than disengaging. I've seen him kill backpedaling with this, since his first shot takes him pretty close, and I've even seen him make sharp changes in direction for the second shot if the guy sidestepped.
my second shot is so much better then my first one I've tried to develop a way to just skip the first one altogether and drop to my knees to take a kneeling shot...
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i would much rather have a big wrestler than a slick bjj on top of me anyday, i can gogoplata wrestlers from side control
I would be interested in experimenting with this
are you ever in the carolinas
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its pretty complicated, you have to take your leg like your going for hald guard with 1 leg but then immediately go around and up the back and to the shoulder for gogoplata position, wrestlers can be pretty stupid with top control. i sparred with probably the best bjj person in the gym and i got tooled trying to have an active guard and pull off subs and as a result i got passed pretty easy
well if you are training in Australia I think one major factor you have to consider is the level of Wrestlers you have to train with compared to the level of BJJ guys you have
I can't think of the last really fantastic Wrestler Australia put out...
but they have good BJJ so of course training there you will find more challenging BJJ guys...
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I don't do double-leg. It's banned in Judo and I find it requires more strength than I like. Hip throws, sweeps, reaps, sacrifice throws are my thing.
Sweeps and Reaps are probubly my favorit thing to see as far as Takedowns goes
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well if you are training in Australia I think one major factor you have to consider is the level of Wrestlers you have to train with compared to the level of BJJ guys you have
I can't think of the last really fantastic Wrestler Australia put out...
but they have good BJJ so of course training there you will find more challenging BJJ guys...
yeah we have some american guys that are decent wrestlers over here, but unfortunately we dont have many wrestling places, i want to go to the states to train with the good wrestlers, we do have good bjj guys here.


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yeah we have some american guys that are decent wrestlers over here, but unfortunately we dont have many wrestling places, i want to go to the states to train with the good wrestlers, we do have good bjj guys here.
well I'd love to have you come to the carolinas but honestly we arn't really a powerhouse wrestling area...
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well I'd love to have you come to the carolinas but honestly we arn't really a powerhouse wrestling area...
honestly, anywhere is better than australia for wrestling, im going to go to russia in a few years and learn sambo and striking at fedors gym.


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honestly, anywhere is better than australia for wrestling, im going to go to russia in a few years and learn sambo and striking at fedors gym.
well if you are in Russia you'll have some great Wrestlers to train with
I've always wanted to try pure Sambo I've done some Sambo like spiced in with MMA but never a pure Sambo class
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