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  1. gothlink Blue Belt

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    I have 2 questions what are all the types of guard i only know a couple.
    2 who are the 10 best bjj fighters today.
     
  2. infamous mattyd Brown Belt

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    are you including no gi/submission wrestling in bjj like Roger and Jacre? bad examples because I know t hey both train mostly with thgi, but you get the idea
     
  3. gothlink Blue Belt

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    how bout the top 10 in both?
     
  4. phenomfan1529 Brown Belt

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    well, to answer your 1st question: full guard, half guard, butterfly guard, rubber guard, high guard, open guard, x guard.

    am i missing any?
     
  5. phenomfan1529 Brown Belt

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    in MMA or just bjj?
     
  6. gothlink Blue Belt

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    what is x is that like spider?
    bjj only
     
  7. Zankou Bringing peace and love Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Spider and De la Riva should be added to the guard list ... maybe quarter as well.
     
  8. gothlink Blue Belt

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    what is de la riva
     
  9. Aesopian Brown Belt

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    Where do you train?
     
  10. gothlink Blue Belt

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    renzo gracie why?
     
  11. phenomfan1529 Brown Belt

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    im guessing your still relatively new to bjj right?
     
  12. gothlink Blue Belt

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    im about 8 months in
     
  13. Aesopian Brown Belt

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    Just wondering. You've just suddenly posted a lot of white belt questions, and I like to make sure people who do so are actually training otherwise it's a waste of time to answer their questions.
     
  14. gothlink Blue Belt

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    So am i a wast of time?
     
  15. Aesopian Brown Belt

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    Not if you're really training.
     
  16. gothlink Blue Belt

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    just clarifying
     
  17. phenomfan1529 Brown Belt

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    ah, nevermind

    you've been doing it a little longer than me
     
  18. kennycalonego White Belt

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    k guard and z guard......and matt thornton has a pretty cool guard..not sure of the name but he puts his shin across the opponents stomach and the other leg over the guys back....tones of sweeps when opponent gives you any energy
     
  19. flyingknee16 Brown Belt

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    if you are just beginning BJJ the only kind of guard that you should be worrying about is closed guard and half guard.
     
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    true
     

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