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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-13-2007, 09:47 PM Thread Starter
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YouTube - Bear attack during TV show

"every second your not training, he is..... and he is doing it, just to kick your ass"
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Ye i saw that before, i feel bad for the woman. But it could have been worse.
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Holy shit, the bears claws were probably cut off before they put him on set.


P.s what does this have to do with grappling?
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Awesome video. Looks like Bas Rutten versus a bear. "Everybody underestimates the kick in the groin!"



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Holy shit, the bears claws were probably cut off before they put him on set.


P.s what does this have to do with grappling?

if you had read the beginning of the thread you would know........

this forum is the same as being on the mat, you must learn to relax, assess the situation, think before you act, otherwise you can make yourself look stupid.

"every second your not training, he is..... and he is doing it, just to kick your ass"
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this forum is the same as being on the mat, you must learn to relax, assess the situation, think before you act, otherwise you can make yourself look stupid.
That right there. That's some wisdom.



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I once was attacked by a rabid Timberwolf. They're like a combination af a pitbull and a Tazmanian Devil. As it lunged at me, preparing to sink its jaws into my neck, I changed levels to throw it off and momentarily stop its advancement.

It worked, but only for a split second, which was all the time I needed.

After drop stepping, I shot in and stood the insane animal up with a shoulder to the solar plexus area while securing an upper body lock around the chest area - like a bear hug.

As he growled, I squeezed tight and launched him backwards, falling into a neck bridge which caused his face to hit the concrete hard.

But he still had some fight in him, so I rolled to my back, pulled guard, and then brought my left leg up and trapped his right front leg. Then I pulled my shin under his mouth. With my shin across his throat, I yanked down on his massive head with all I had and choked him out.

A white and black Dalmation came to the scene and recorded the submission, forcing me to release the Gogoplata before I did permanent damage.

Man, I still get shivers thinking about it.
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