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Thread: Rousey: I can beat any woman on Earth in BJJ, gi or no-gi

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    Well, she has popped hot.....BUT, Ronda said ANY WOMAN on Earth gi or no gi.
    I'm sure she ment clean but what can ya do eh lol

    even without the juice the size diff prob be to much anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    Well, she has popped hot.....BUT, Ronda said ANY WOMAN on Earth gi or no gi.
    Pissed hot?

    That chick pissed nuclear
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    They are not the same thing. They are both derivatives of jiu-jitsu. You have essentially said that greco-roman and folk style are one in the same and they are both very different as well.

    You are incorrect.
    Shinnosuke Kano was the founder of Judo/Jiu Jitsu. Jiu Jitsu is the romanization of Jujutsu. Kano utimately decided that Jiu jitsu didn't describe his style and switched to Jiudo. In 1925 the Japanese government declared that the art would be called Judo to differentiate it from Jujutsu.

    When Maeda (who was a disciple of Kano), left japan to demonstrate Kano's Jiu Jitsu around the world, it was still commonly referred to as Kano Jiu Jitsu.

    Carlos Gracie learned Judo from Maeda, and then taught it to his brothers as Jiu Jitsu.

    Helios Gracie further refined their style, removing the emphasis on throws and putting more emphasis on the groundwork.
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    You know why people have eyes in the front? Because they have to move forward to see the landscape in the distance. If you had eyes in back all you could see is your home town getting farther away; you can't move forward like that. If your eyes are in front what you see in the distance keeps getting closer. That's what lets people move forward.

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    I know the history of the styles. You stated they are the same thing and they are not.

    They are derivatives of jujutsu and differ greatly while sharing similar roots. Precisely as I stated above in contrasting Greco-Roman and folkstyle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    I know the history of the styles. You stated they are the same thing and they are not.

    They are derivatives of jujutsu and differ greatly while sharing similar roots. Precisely as I stated above in contrasting Greco-Roman and folkstyle.
    I disagree. Jiu Jitsu is a derivative of Judo, not Jujutsu, because of the lineage.

    While they aren't exactly the same thing, Jiu Jitsu doesn't add any techniques, it just changes the specialization. It's like the difference between the two styles of Jiu Jitsu, they contain the same techniques, but one places more emphasis on foot/leg locks.
    You know why people have eyes in the front? Because they have to move forward to see the landscape in the distance. If you had eyes in back all you could see is your home town getting farther away; you can't move forward like that. If your eyes are in front what you see in the distance keeps getting closer. That's what lets people move forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    Well, she has popped hot.....BUT, Ronda said ANY WOMAN on Earth gi or no gi.
    She popped hot for taking a fertility drug. And the USADA ruled she didn't take the fertility drugs to gain a competitive advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonesKnows View Post
    so why read the thread?
    I didn't read it I just opened it to post that hahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    Yes it is.

    Boxing and kickboxing share common roots and utilize many of the same techniques. Do you think Klitzschko would beat Badr Hari in a kickboxing match?
    Not commonly known but both Klitzschko's roots are kickboxing, not boxing. They were both very well in the amateur circuits prior to transitioning into boxing. I don't know if this helps or changes an opinion but they aren't complete novice's.


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