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Old 08-15-2012, 10:48 PM   #46
rekcutnevets
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Default Re: Here goes some original Jeet Kune Do for anybody

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Originally Posted by rusty nails View Post
but these things arent patented to JKD.
Patented? No, they're not. However, they are stressed. What is the primary attack in JKD? A sidekick to the opponent's lead leg. Why? Because it is the closest target. What's the 2nd? Finger jab to the eye.

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Originally Posted by rusty nails View Post
Nor are these things likely to end a fight.
By themselves, maybe not. Throw in the fact that sugarngold is an experienced bjj practitioner, and the brief agony may be the difference in him securing a fight ending submission.

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Originally Posted by rusty nails View Post
its just being a filthy animal.
lets look at it from a jiu jitsu perspective. lets say you bite a guy that knows what hes doing. do you honestly think that guy is going to be thinking "oh that guy bit me but hey i must keep it clean because thats what ive trained to do"
of course not.
hes ganna turn into a spiteful prick himself. except this time instead of just getting the mount and holding you down he might just isolate an arm and start ramming fingers into eyes or instead of taking the back and sinking in a choke he might just start smashing your face into the ground.
Filthy animal? Spiteful prick? You are acting like this is a sporting contest. sugarngold is all about self defense. He doesn't go out and pick fights with people. That would be acting like a "filthy animal." These rough tactics would be used against a violent attacker, not some guy looking to arm wrestle.

In regards to escalating in these tactics after being bitten, poked in the eye, and/or whatever; that doesn't mean the other person would get to retaliate. There is no ref to break up a street fight. A "dirty move" could be all the difference in the world when it comes to fighting.
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