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Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by bjjsunshine, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. bjjsunshine Orange Belt

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    Last night during a roll against bigger heavier guy an interesting thing happened the guy started to knee ride my head i was amazed on how affective it was on holding the position. I think his ego was hurt bad during the roll to attempt such a thing .Personally i didn't take it to heart even if i thought the move was abit dickish.

    My Question is do you think its dick move to do during training or even competition ?

    also how would you react to that ?
     
  2. YeahBee Samdog Original Nine

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    LoL is that you Daniel?

    I was working a kimura and stepped over so your/his head got caught between my ankle and tigh, I then worked a straight armbar but I was still sitting on my knees
     
  3. YeahBee Samdog Original Nine

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    in general thou I still feel you can do it without squashing just to let people know of the situation
     
  4. bjjsunshine Orange Belt

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    daniel ??? i think you are mistaken
     
  5. YeahBee Samdog Original Nine

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    yes I was just joking, the guy who's head I rode yesterday is named Daniel

    wait did that sound ghey?
     
  6. bjjsunshine Orange Belt

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    just a tad ..

    but i don't judge you for it .
     
  7. Russo93 Yellow Belt

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    Training - No

    Competition - Dick's win.
     
  8. SLaKKJaW Blue Belt

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    I think you got it backwards. In training it's a dick move because those are your teammates and training partners. In competition, it's up to your opponent to escape those positions or tough out non-subs.
     

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