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    Default Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?

    How do the other styles match up with BJJ?

    Who would win in a street fight most of the time?
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    Why do you ask? What do you think? And Who really cares?
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    1999 called and wants its thread back.
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    You guys are so mean--funny, but mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltJ
    How do the other styles match up with BJJ?

    Who would win in a street fight most of the time?

    It has been shown over and over that if you are a blue belt in BJJ, you can:

    -defeat anyone of any size on the street
    -bang hot chicks/guys
    -dojo storm any TMA dojo and embarrass the instructor in front of all of his/her students

    There is really nothing else to add.
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    Isn't BJJ a sport, whereas Jujutsu is engineered for street effectiveness?

    Besides, I don't want to get into a fight at the bar and have some dude dry humping me on the ground.
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    There's like, sharp rocks and broken glass on the ground!

    and I don't want to have to shave my head!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texasmic
    There's like, sharp rocks and broken glass on the ground!

    and I don't want to have to shave my head!
    Yes, when I get home from just about anywhere, I have to spend 15 minutes picking the sharp rocks and broken glass out of my shoes. Its really quite a pain...
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    My frennnn, using the superiorr powerr of zhoo zhiitsu, you will take yor opponent to the groun, where he will be defenshlesh.

    From the top poseeshon, you will not have to worry about sharp glass and hocks.

    Porra.
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    I am actually working on a patent design formulated especially for this type of scenario.It works like this......The BJJ practicioner slips on and secures this plastic back shield similar to the way you would put on a bullet proof vest,everytime he goes out into hostile enviorements.


    This works great at bars,discos,partys and most crowded places,you simply jump to guard when confronted with a altercation and "wallaa" rocks and glass,and debris,all the sudden do not effect your guard performance one bit.

    as a matter of fact the plastic shield allows a more responsive back spin inorder to triangle and armbar multiple oponnents at the same time.


    Never again will TMA laugh at the notion of a BJJ practioner jumping to guard on the streets.
    Last edited by hectokan; 11th May 2006 at 23:41.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hectokan
    I am actually working on a patent design formualted especially for this type of scenario.It works like this......The BJJ practicioner slips on and secures this plastic back shield similar to the way you would put on a bullet proof vest,everytime he goes out into hostile enviorements.


    This works great at bars,discos,partys and most crowded places,you simply jump to guard when confronted with a altercation and "wallaa" rocks and glass,and debris,all the sudden do not effect your guard performance one bit.

    as a matter of fact the plastic shield allows a more responsive back spin inorder to triangle and armbar multiple oponnents at the same time.


    Never again will TMA laugh at the notion of a BJJ practioner jumping to guard on the streets.
    So if I am visualizing this correctly, it would be like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle shell-like device?
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnst_nhb
    So if I am visualizing this correctly, it would be like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle shell-like device?

    Exactly,they were actualy 15 years ahead of time with my idea.They just did not grasp the ninja turtle/bjj crosstraining possibilties.
    Hector Gomez
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texasmic
    There's like, sharp rocks and broken glass on the ground!

    and I don't want to have to shave my head!
    Don't forget LAVA!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hectokan
    Exactly,they were actualy 15 years ahead of time with my idea.They just did not grasp the ninja turtle/bjj crosstraining possibilties.
    Do you think I could get one of these with the Tapout logo on the back?
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    The impact created from the body falling and hitting the broken glass on the ground is nice to.
    Last time I checked the ground is harder than my knuckles or the bottom of my feet.
    Chris McLean
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