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Originally posted by OoohLaDeDa
Originally posted by yourmaker
another interesting way to learn is to play mortal kombat/tekken/street fighter and study each characters style against each others. mortal kombat armageddon is the ultimate game for this. they have over 30+ styles and you can watch them interact with each other. it's really interesting, can take the best from each one and never really have a definable style that your opponent can defeat.
Originally posted by Buddha1098
No one style is complete. IMO BJJ is the most effective art for one on one combat compared to singular styles. Disagree? Watch the early UFCs.
However in street fighting situations I'd take a Judo guy over a BJJ guy any day. Toss someone on their head and even if the fight isn't one on one his buddies might think twice before they step in.
Stand up arts are great but if the guy is a good grappler you better knock him out on the way in or your done.
Mixing styles is the only way to be a complete fighter, you need enough wrestling to stay off your back, enough Jits to avoid being submitted and enough standup to make the other guy respect your hands.
Originally posted by neo96
my vote is gun keet do
yeah i made that name up cause a gun wins more fights than it ever lost one.
practice what christian bale did in equilibrium.
gives kung pow new meaning.
when you dont have a gun and if its a dude which of course it most likely will be
one hard kick to the groin brings any man down.
your fighting to win not to be a good sport.