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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-04-2007, 12:27 AM
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Then learn how to shoot, newby!

But dude, seriously, even for Judo's sake... morote gari. I don't much care for shooting myself, but you ought to at least know how to do it.

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I know the particular method that everyone is talking about isn't supposed to be the topic of our debate. But if you take a look at Liddel vs Ortiz you can see the same defense used a number of times by Chuck.

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I have been known to throw big fly knees when i see someone go to shoot haha. but mostly I just grab them lean forward while spreading my legs diagonally outward and it generally works on opponents who are either weaker than me or have less skill.

but thats only in sparring where I dont want to harm my partner.

In a real fight ive only been taken down once, and only because I wasnt expecting it. He tackled me so hard he got full mount right off the bat. I grabbed his "genitalia" and sqeezed so hard all my knuckles popped. I got off him after only 3 punches, his eyes were rolled back in his head and he was bleeding from his mouth,nose and left ear. Not my finest moment.

But I dony guess ive ever fought someone with great bjj/wrestling so.. dont take my word that this works on everyone.



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I grabbed his "genitalia" and sqeezed so hard all my knuckles popped. I got off him after only 3 punches, his eyes were rolled back in his head and he was bleeding from his mouth,nose and left ear. Not my finest moment.
For a second, I thought you did that in a MMA fight. I was like, WTF MAN!
What did that guy do to you...or what did you to him? lol
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For a second, I thought you did that in a MMA fight. I was like, WTF MAN!
What did that guy do to you...or what did you to him? lol
HaHa nah it was outside a bar. I was leaving with my gf and this guy yelled "**** you" I e-brake it and step out to some guy mouthing me because im driving a fast car. He said his truck would run it over etc. I said you talk big for a cock sucking ***got and thats when he caught me off guard and brought me down. It was stupid and I regret getting out of my car, I should have kept driving, always avoid fighting whenever you can.



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