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@KJ Gould Good point on pre-warning students to protect their partners from getting spiked.
1 year ago on The #1 Way to Avoid Paralysis and Fatalities in MMA
Stunning work Jeanee. What a beautiful wedding.
1 year, 1 month ago on Rhaumon and Megan - Paradise is always where love dwells...
that was entertaining.
1 year, 3 months ago on NAGA 2012 + Arm Triangle Finishing Details
@Dr Sick Watched the triangle escape clip. Amazing how your voice carries so well. Impressed that your student responded so quickly when you said "go now". That pass was soooo close.Interesting how the point system doesn't count a loose half guard as a pass, when in MMA his top position would be quite dominant.
@naturalbornfighter1 When you sneeze or laugh...wow! Is it easy to pop your jaw back in place? Hard core bro!
1 year, 3 months ago on Facial Harassment - 3 Sneaky MMA Moves
Wicked. I could almost hear Coach Kiser's ear pop. Hope his jawbone is ok! :-)Definitely a legit move in a fight. Love it!
1 year, 4 months ago on Facial Harassment - 3 Sneaky MMA Moves
Love these Catch techniques. brian takeo yamasaki , that looked absolutely brutal! I will happily buy and read that book from the comfort of my sofa. I appreciate that I can learn without sacrificing my ankles and shins like you kindly did for this video.
1 year, 7 months ago on MMA - Catch Wrestling Technique: The Gotch Toe Hold
robert carlin thanks for sharing the ADCC recap. Sounds like some exciting matches and incredible talent on the mat. Cool that you got a photo with Galvao!
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1 year, 7 months ago on ADCC 2011 Recap
BrianTakeoYamasaki Thanks for explaining the difference between working rung-to-rung vs the big misdirection. I think combining the two theories can keep opponents constantly guessing.
1 year, 9 months ago on The Frontiers of Submission - Redux!
Great finds Khru Brian. Just curious, do you know about how many videos you went through before selecting these ones to post?Love Bravo's setup for the calf crusher. That is the last thing I would be expecting while defending an arm triangle.