Couple of BJJ vs X vids

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by b0b, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. b0b

    b0b Banned Banned

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  2. Flibb

    Flibb Uwe Boll fan

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    I love those style vs. style matches
     
  3. tinker_190

    tinker_190 Brown Belt

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    Hapkido one won't work.
     
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    Wierd. I will try to upload again.
     
  5. Ybot

    Ybot Purple Belt

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    Both videos worked for me. It's been a while since I've seen it but I believe that these both came from Gracies in Action videos. I remember the kickboxing one except they had blurred the guys face like he was some famous kickboxer or something. The BJJ guy is Rorion.
     
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    tinker_190 Brown Belt

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    ok now Hapkido is downloading for me.
    Thanks
     
  7. n1k

    n1k Yellow Belt

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    haha, I love how one of the Hapkido guys does the splits before figting. What a clown.
     
  8. judogido

    judogido Aussie!, Aussie!, Aussie! ...

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    Yeah - does the splits, looks cool & then gets pwned in a few seconds.
     
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    judogido Aussie!, Aussie!, Aussie! ...

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    ...and the grinning kickboxing guy who looks like he's appealing to the ref "Hey ref, this guy's not playing fair, coming in close & clinching so I cant hit him..."
     
  10. n1k

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    Haha, yeah totally.
     
  11. Bubble Boy

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    Me too. I wish Pride or UFC would do one again like the good old days.
    Here's the 16 man tournament.

    1) Sambo
    2) Muay Thai
    3) Aikido
    4) Shaolin Kung Fu
    5) TKD
    6) Karate
    7) Judo
    8) Silat
    9) Krav Maga
    10) Capoiera
    11) BJJ
    12) Hapkido
    13) Wrestling
    14) Jeet Kune Do
    15) Boxing
    16) Rex Kwon Do

    They could pick a "purist" from each style (i.e. someone not cross training or previously involved in MMA) and each style would be required to wear their traditional uniforms. Oh yeah. I'd PPV that one! They'd do it over two events.
     
  12. ClampXVII

    ClampXVII Bravado Muay Thai Trainer

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    Rex Kwon Do takes it!
     
  13. Soid

    Soid Renegade of Funk

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    Wrestling would win via Lay and Pray decisions.
     
  14. Bubble Boy

    Bubble Boy Black Belt

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    Of course. I told you! The instructor was hunting Wolverines. God!
     
  15. Oktavius**

    Oktavius** Brown Belt

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    bjj>wrestling
     
  16. Terrier

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    Well as much as i probably agree, that's one large can of worms you've just opened there.
     
  17. b0b

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    As with anything, it depends on the circumstances. They both have their merit and are both good at what they are used for.
     
  18. sha

    sha Geekjitsu Black Belt

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    those hapkido guys were really bad. I mean they knew what the jujitsu guy (rorion ?) was going to do, but they still had no gameplan, one even fell down on his own. BJJ has a simple combat strategy (take him down). The Hapkido guys looked like they were just standing there with no idea what to do.
    The kickboxer was better though.
     
  19. tudor_bjj

    tudor_bjj Purple Belt

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    What a b0b!
     
  20. DonkeyKong

    DonkeyKong Frazier > Ali

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    yeah. Wrestling is great for winning trophies, wearing tights, and shooting for people.
    BJJ is good for altogether kicking ass.
     

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