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Raging Leftist 07-18-2008 06:29 PM

Bujinkan ( ninjutsu ) in mma ?
 
have you ever seen a good fighter using ninjutsu in is fight ?
If you have, a video would be nice thx

TheNegation 07-18-2008 06:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Raging Leftist (Post 612902)
have you ever seen a good fighter using ninjutsu in is fight ?
If you have, a video would be nice thx

Yes. Scott Morris
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zchj8kR8As

Ah never saw the word "good". Scott Jenum won UFC 3.....

Fedornumber1! 07-18-2008 07:19 PM

Dont waste your time with Ninjitsu
 
Ive been training mma off and on for a year and I recently had a street fight with a ninjitsu *** whopse been training for 6 years and I smashed his ******* face in with elbows

That shit dont work brother...its mma or nuthin

FusionX 07-19-2008 04:08 AM

The two people I thought of were Scott Morris and Scott Jenum (which have already been mentioned). Honestly, I think Ninjitsu has shown to be pretty ineffective in a street fight setting.

Raslin Coach 07-19-2008 12:31 PM

I trained in it many years ago for a bit and did learn some neat shit but it was stuff you couldnt use in mma. There has to be some merit to the style based on history but it probably does attract "fantasy warriors" nowadays that could'nt knock a sick whore off a piss pot! I watched those two guys that travel around the world training and fighting (Bill & Jason cant recall name of show) and they fought ninjutsu guys on an episode. Ninjitsu ddnt impress on that show either.

Cyclist 07-19-2008 03:10 PM

I have always been under the impression that people who study ninjitsu today are Live Action Role Players. I have met and trained with a few ninjitsu guys and well I wasn't impressed.

I did have a chance to meet a group in Yosemite on a hike to half dome. Cause when you see a group of guys hiking up the hill with their kendo sticks you begin to wonder and ask a few questions. They make yearly trips to half dome around the same time a year I head up there.

When I ran into them again in the little valley, I had a chance to witness them train. All I can say is that I was pretty impressed, they were sparring full contact. It really looked like they had their heads in the right place when it came to training practically. I was expecting to see they all lined up perfectly throwing snap punches in the air with a loud scream.

Now I am not saying they are totally awesome sauce, but I think they understand what is practical training.

*edit*

Watching them beat each other with the kendo sticks was f*cking great.

BudoSosaKai 07-19-2009 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Fedornumber1! (Post 612933)
Ive been training mma off and on for a year and I recently had a street fight with a ninjitsu *** whopse been training for 6 years and I smashed his ******* face in with elbows

That shit dont work brother...its mma or nuthin

well you cant compare martial arts and he must have been one bad ninjutsu practioner especially if he agreed to a street fight hes obviously not legit

BudoSosaKai 07-19-2009 04:58 PM

and the ninjutsu you people have seen is probably not legitimate there are many knock-off ninjutsu dojos and if you practice ninjutsu and fight in the ufc you will get kicked out of your dojo. i practice five hours a day and have had it prove i can kill people in under 20 seconds with my bare hands i respect all martial arts but it bugs me when people are at a loss of respect. one more thing is that you cannot compare martial arts only fighters

The Phenom 07-19-2009 10:04 PM

Yeah, me ;). Not to sound cocky, but i'm no slouch and ninjutsu has tought me a lot of grappling and quick finishes. I'm a brown belt in Bujinkan Ninjutsu, and i know plenty to defend myself and more. I have respect for all martial arts, but there is no supreme martial art. I believe in mixing styles to achieve your true potential

Squirrelfighter 12-21-2009 09:52 PM

Its not really an art that's transferable to MMA without serious alterations IMO.

From what I know of the art, its a no rules kill a man and do what you gotta do kind of thing. And its not so much just a martial art as a full on survival system. Its everything from acrobatics to muscular conditioning, climbing, weapons' training, AND martial arts. But from what I've seen from the art it looks like Karate, Kung Fu and Aikido had an assassination baby with a spider monkey.

A perfect option for life, after first being introduced to it I went and checked out some videos and really want to learn it in all its forms, but as an MMA art...not a great choice.


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