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  1. #291
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordZardoz View Post
    I remember someone posting in a Judo thread in the Grappling sub forum about how going from Judo to BJJ that there are certain habits in competitive Judo that are good for Judo competition but bad for BJJ. As I understand it, landing the throw in Judo is the important bit as it scores points, but some of the more effective throws give up your back once your both on the ground. Also, going turtle to avoid a pin is great for Judo, but leaves you wide open to getting choked the **** out.

    I am sure others on this forum who actually compete in Judo and / or BJJ can confirm this or call out my completely wrong bull****.

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    Whoever wrote that post was a complete idiot. You should disregard everything that person wrote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by telerion View Post
    Whoever wrote that post was a complete idiot. You should disregard everything that person wrote.
    Double checked the thread I mentioned. It was part of a discussion between you and Bruce Lee.

    Quote Originally Posted by telerion View Post
    The turtle works better in judo also because your opponent doesn't have much time to work. ....
    Anyway, consider the idiot disregarded. Thanks.

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    You misinterpreted what he said. No big surprise there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulldogWrestler View Post
    You misinterpreted what he said. No big surprise there.
    Yeah, should of added the

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulldogWrestler View Post
    You misinterpreted what he said. No big surprise there.
    I always found the best response to sarcasm is to interpret it as being genuine.

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