What martial art suits u da best ???

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  1. What martial art suits u da best ???


    ATTN : THE BELOW IS FOR LOLz PURPOSES ONLY. NOT INTENDED FOR ANYTHN ELSE FOKERS !!!


    So just off the top of my head here are some martial arts styles with a short discreption 2 help you figure out what suits u da best..........
    KUNGFU FIGHTING [email protected] !!!!

    AIKIDO : If you like the cult like theme and like to dance in circles.

    TAEKWONDO : If you wanna be a movie star & had ur nutts removed.

    KUNGFU : If your a skinny lil foker & dont look 2 stupid in that outfit.

    KARATE : If you wanna hit things that dnt hit back.

    KENPO : If you cant decide between the last 2.

    JUDO : If you wanna use your extra weight in your favor.

    JIUJITSU : If you like the idea of grappln but not too homo.

    GRACIE JIUJITSU : See above but yes to homo.

    NINJITSU : If you still read comic books and live in da basement.

    JEETKUNDO : If you wanna learn nuttn & be like wadew.

    MUAY THAI : If you liked kickboxer & Tong Po

    SUMO : If youve givin up on dietn.

    SAVATE : If you like the french and tight spandex.

    ESKRIMA : If you allways wanted 2 play with wood....er

    KENDO : If u wanna b da last samurai

    CAPOEIRA : If u allways wanted 2 b a break dancer.



    Well thas all 4 now i know i left out lotts feel free to help out.



    THE ABOVE WAS BROUGHT 2 U BY DAWHOINDAWHATNOW AND BY NO MEANS SHOULD B TAKEN SERIOUSLY FOKERS


  2. Ha!

    Being serious...

    Krav Maga
    Muay Thai

    ...I trained Muay Thai for a while, as well as some Brazilian Ju-ju. Always wanted to study Krav Maga but never found a good place for it.

    Maybe I should just become an Israeli and join their forces.
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  3. same here brother

  4. I prefer a mix of Tim-fu and Tim-jitzu. They're similar, but the latter only occurs on Tuesdays. Both fighting methods involve lightning fast moves which are so fast that the can no be seen. For example, I fight you... You see me in my recliner, I look over at you, and the next thing you know all you want to do is give up and run away. Then you die.

    Simple

    Effective

    TiM-
    -RecoverBro Zombie Specialist and Paracord Wrangler
    -Independent due to lies that hurt my family. Loyal to myself and my Bro's.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by SELFofGOD View Post
    lmfao
    You laughin at me, son?

    -RecoverBro Zombie Specialist and Paracord Wrangler
    -Independent due to lies that hurt my family. Loyal to myself and my Bro's.

  6. BJJ + muay thai FTW

  7. muay thai/boxing and No-Gi grappling.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    muay thai/boxing and No-Gi grappling.
    ugh..Gi hater. no better way to build a monster grip!

  9. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    muay thai/boxing and No-Gi grappling.
    How about Greco-Roman and no-ginch grappling?

  10. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    ugh..Gi hater. no better way to build a monster grip!
    aha I have nothing against Gi, I use just perfer No Gi lol

    For the monster grip, thats what FatGripz are for
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    aha I have nothing against Gi, I use just perfer No Gi lol

    For the monster grip, thats what FatGripz are for
    pshhh fancy barbell attachments. nothing tears apart your forearms like some good old fashioned Gi rollin and gi pullups. just like royce in early UFCs, sickly looking 170 lb guy but when he closed that distance it was over

    no gi is fun too though. what i dont like is when i go to no gi tournaments, its just a bunch of wrestlers that never even do gi events. then they just wrestle wrestle for full 5 minutes, dont even attempt submissions. they might as well show up wearing headgear and ringworm cream

  12. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    pshhh fancy barbell attachments. nothing tears apart your forearms like some good old fashioned Gi rollin and gi pullups. just like royce in early UFCs, sickly looking 170 lb guy but when he closed that distance it was over

    no gi is fun too though. what i dont like is when i go to no gi tournaments, its just a bunch of wrestlers that never even do gi events. then they just wrestle wrestle for full 5 minutes, dont even attempt submissions. they might as well show up wearing headgear and ringworm cream
    Well royce used GI for his grip and hughes used fat gripz, so I'll stick with the fat gripz LOL

    Well in Canada I don't see a lot of people doing that in the no-gi tournaments, but I was told there are a lot more wrestlers in the U.S and 4 guys from the mma gym I train at entered the Grapplers Quest comp in boston just this past weekend and they said there were lots of wrestlers there doing just that.

    I like the 10th planet jiu jitsu style of No-Gi grappling, there stuff is pretty sick.
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    I like the 10th planet jiu jitsu style of No-Gi grappling, there stuff is pretty sick.
    you ever try their stuff? rubber guard is not my thing, my knees dont like bending like that. i use the lockdown all the time in half guard and ive done the old school sweep and plan B. ive even done the twister before, youtube Eddie bravo twister its an awesome video series.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    you ever try their stuff? rubber guard is not my thing, my knees dont like bending like that. i use the lockdown all the time in half guard and ive done the old school sweep and plan B. ive even done the twister before, youtube Eddie bravo twister its an awesome video series.
    I'm all about the rubber guard. It throws every guy that I train with because I have really big thighs for my size and can bend in every direction and find someway to slide in a knee and re-establish my guard.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  15. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    I'm all about the rubber guard. It throws every guy that I train with because I have really big thighs for my size and can bend in every direction and find someway to slide in a knee and re-establish my guard.
    ive never spent much time on it to be honest. i got a brazilian teacher so he doesnt care about it haha. hes got a sick X guard though as well as de lariva, i dont know if you guys train traditional styles.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    ive never spent much time on it to be honest. i got a brazilian teacher so he doesnt care about it haha. hes got a sick X guard though as well as de lariva, i dont know if you guys train traditional styles.
    I do, but, honestly, my desire for the fancy guards is gone. I've never had any intentions of doing BJJ for grappling competitions and they are useless in a fight.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  17. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    I do, but, honestly, my desire for the fancy guards is gone. I've never had any intentions of doing BJJ for grappling competitions and they are useless in a fight.
    true, but i never grapple if i fight anyway. put a guy in a triangle once after someone pushed me down, guy turns blue and goes out..as soon as im about to let the triangle go someone kicks me in the face

    street fight - muay thai all the way, or ive done a quick double leg and gnp the kid in 2 seconds. yours would probably be more effective, being a wrestler and all

  18. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    true, but i never grapple if i fight anyway. put a guy in a triangle once after someone pushed me down, guy turns blue and goes out..as soon as im about to let the triangle go someone kicks me in the face

    street fight - muay thai all the way, or ive done a quick double leg and gnp the kid in 2 seconds. yours would probably be more effective, being a wrestler and all
    I meant in a cage/ring. The risk of a 2nd degree felony is not worth it to fight outside of that venue.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  19. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    I meant in a cage/ring. The risk of a 2nd degree felony is not worth it to fight outside of that venue.
    yeah, sometimes u just have to though. anytime i go out i see some sort of an altercation. i never get involved but if its my friends getting hit i gotta get in there

  20. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    yeah, sometimes u just have to though. anytime i go out i see some sort of an altercation. i never get involved but if its my friends getting hit i gotta get in there
    The only 2 friends I go out with are a dude that fights at LHW and a 300 lb mastadon. Not many altercations come our way.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  21. lol definitely safe with a mastadon by your side

  22. You have offended me and the Shaolin Temple........gonna go eat me some rice now and catch me some afghan flys with me chopstix fokers.

  23. For 12 years, I did kwon and jiujit ...I miss those days but from 12-24 was more than enough for me...
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    Ha!

    Being serious...

    Krav Maga
    Muay Thai

    ...I trained Muay Thai for a while, as well as some Brazilian Ju-ju. Always wanted to study Krav Maga but never found a good place for it.

    Maybe I should just become an Israeli and join their forces.
    They actually allow private service I think with the IDF.

    Quote Originally Posted by hardknock View Post
    For 12 years, I did kwon and jiujit ...I miss those days but from 12-24 was more than enough for me...
    I wish I grew up fighting, I am about 24 now and looking for somewhere to start learning Brazilian Juji, or something else for doing MMA for the experience and black eyes for a few years ^.^

  25. For me personally I was a wrestler for years and a wrestling coach. I dabbled in other things throughout the years,but wrestling was always my base so to speak. As a kid I loved it as it was the one area where I was allowed to be aggressive and slam people

    (I had a little aggression problem when I was younger)

    I have always liked Krav Maga and Pankration(very early MMA IMO). KM is intriguing as it is not what many expect it to be.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by AtlasEnduring View Post
    They actually allow private service I think with the IDF.



    I wish I grew up fighting, I am about 24 now and looking for somewhere to start learning Brazilian Juji, or something else for doing MMA for the experience and black eyes for a few years ^.^
    It was ok but missed many things also...i was doing to much, martial arts, basketball and I was/am a computer prog guy so I did kind of wish I had more time while growing up to spend with family and friends....by the time I quit everything and focused on nutrition and engineering, my mom was pretty sickly and pops had gotten pretty old.

    Kind of regret those early years but it is what it is.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    Ha!

    Being serious...

    Krav Maga
    Muay Thai

    ...I trained Muay Thai for a while, as well as some Brazilian Ju-ju. Always wanted to study Krav Maga but never found a good place for it.
    Those would be my top 2 picks as well but Muay Thai first. If you need to defend yourself in real life these skills will be very helpful. I always hated being on the ground rolling around with another guy. If he happens to take me to the ground and he has skills ohh well. Some simple self defense where you learn to counter weapon attacks would be a very good addition for the street.
    ôLord, whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life"- John 6:68

    WHAT has science offered?

  28. Quote Originally Posted by Flaw View Post
    Those would be my top 2 picks as well but Muay Thai first. If you need to defend yourself in real life these skills will be very helpful. I always hated being on the ground rolling around with another guy. If he happens to take me to the ground and he has skills ohh well. Some simple self defense where you learn to counter weapon attacks would be a very good addition for the street.
    hey man almost every fight ends up on the ground. i love muay thai and recently ive been doing more and more of it but i wouldnt trade my jiujitsu base for anything. just with the little standup skills that i have so far i can close the distance, get a takedown or underhooks, and get a quick arm triangle or just dominant position. it works everytime if someone swings wildly you can just double leg them. plus by training ground you develop a monster grip and a gnarly set of ears to show off at parties!!

  29. Quote Originally Posted by AntonG42O View Post
    hey man almost every fight ends up on the ground. i love muay thai and recently ive been doing more and more of it but i wouldnt trade my jiujitsu base for anything. just with the little standup skills that i have so far i can close the distance, get a takedown or underhooks, and get a quick arm triangle or just dominant position. it works everytime if someone swings wildly you can just double leg them. plus by training ground you develop a monster grip and a gnarly set of ears to show off at parties!!
    I've drained my ears so many times now...
    M.Ed. Ex Phys

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