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dave coles
25-04-2007, 07:59 AM
Small friendly event.

All competitiors will get a minimum of two fights.

Details here (http://www.thecombatacademy.com/CompJJK-NoGi2007Flyer.html)

Nak-Muay
25-04-2007, 10:32 AM
When you say small, rough idea of how many people? Looks good!

dave coles
25-04-2007, 10:57 AM
our last event had about 50 kids and 40 seniors

some senior categories had 12 in, some fighters had 6/7+ fights

its run on two mat areas

Nak-Muay
25-04-2007, 01:31 PM
I will struggle to make 65KG I think, if I can make it by then I will let you know. I am currently in the middle of cutting from 70KG to 65KG :P

theassasin
25-04-2007, 10:03 PM
im game for the december one. busy on the 12th unfortunately aplin come up with me for that one

Nak-Muay
30-04-2007, 02:07 PM
I may well go to the May 13th one now :) Fought on Sunday (Yesterday) and felt very good, so may challenge myself here.

FNG
02-05-2007, 01:17 PM
Nice to see through typical english organising this event is taking place on the same day as the north of england grappling championships

Reedy
02-05-2007, 02:11 PM
Nice to see through typical english organising this event is taking place on the same day as the north of england grappling championships

Yes but it is in the west of England and not the north. Really it Wales give or take a couple of miles. Very friendly and well run event, if i wasnt working i would definatley be there.

Nak-Muay
03-05-2007, 01:02 PM
I will probably be catching a train up... as I don't drive. How easy is it to get to from the nearest train station / coach station?

trev01
03-05-2007, 01:14 PM
Nice to see through typical english organising this event is taking place on the same day as the north of england grappling championships

ha ha well, believe me i didnt deliberatly organinse a comp on the same day as dave, i hear his comps are excellent and very well run, luckily its a different area! good luck to dave and all his competitors.

trev

Nak-Muay
08-05-2007, 11:00 AM
Someone answer my question pleaseeeeeeeeeee :mad:

JasonTan
08-05-2007, 08:28 PM
any plans for a kids division Dave?

Nak-Muay
10-05-2007, 03:44 PM
Anyone... :(

david5
10-05-2007, 07:02 PM
according to theaa.com it's 2.7 miles

shakus maximus
13-05-2007, 10:36 PM
well done dave and simon on an excellent event
me and the lads had a great day
some cracking fites and a really good standard.
well done to all the falcons boys that competed especially jack marshman, ryan phelps, and jason bournes who all made their fight debuts.
see u all soon

shaky:)

lee_whitehead
14-05-2007, 06:48 AM
cheers for a great event, had a good time there and will be looking forward to the next one... the standard was really good for this one compared with the level the event was at a mere 18 months ago before xmas. like the new venue for it as well! :-)

Reedy
14-05-2007, 08:15 AM
well done dave and simon on an excellent event
me and the lads had a great day
some cracking fites and a really good standard.
well done to all the falcons boys that competed especially jack marshman, ryan phelps, and jason bournes who all made their fight debuts.
see u all soon

shaky:)


How did you get on?

shakus maximus
14-05-2007, 06:17 PM
hi Paul,
because we had so many of the team competing in the under 77 & 86 catorgories i entered the heavyweights.
duffy won the 77 and i won the heavyweights

not bad for a scrawny old timer

regards shaky:)

lee_whitehead
15-05-2007, 09:59 AM
Dude, how the hell does that work - I am still confused...

I won 4 fights by submission / all leglocks and only lost to Tom Watson by decision, but I am pretty sure we didn't fight - I don't know how the pools system works? do you? lol




hi Paul,
because we had so many of the team competing in the under 77 & 86 catorgories i entered the heavyweights.
duffy won the 77 and i won the heavyweights

not bad for a scrawny old timer

regards shaky:)

shakus maximus
15-05-2007, 10:23 PM
hi Lee
i think it works like this, im sure colesy will correct me if im wrong.

16 fighters. win and you go thru to next round. if you lose in the first 2 rounds you go back into a pool and get to fight off for the bronze. the 2 fighters who win every round continue thru to the final for 1st and 2nd.
i fought tom in the final. if you lost to Tom in an earlier round hen that is why we did not fight,
because every one who loses in round one or two gets the chance to fight for 3rd it usually means the winner of 3rd has had the most fights. (lucky sods)

hope this helps
regards shaky:)

by the way where do you train mate?

lee_whitehead
16-05-2007, 10:58 AM
OK, that makes sense, I just couldnt work my head around it. gutted I lost to Tom but I think I was too "safe" with me expecting him to blitz me early so I was tentative :-( his positioning was good and weight balance too. If toe-holds or sambo leglock variants woulda been allowed I would had him when I was in the upside downbody triangle

anyway, good fun, second time I have done that event, I like it.

I trained under Lee Hasdell's SSJ setup for 2 years and recently moved to Danny Batten / Xandinho at BTT in Bletchley.

how bout yourself?




hi Lee
i think it works like this, im sure colesy will correct me if im wrong.

16 fighters. win and you go thru to next round. if you lose in the first 2 rounds you go back into a pool and get to fight off for the bronze. the 2 fighters who win every round continue thru to the final for 1st and 2nd.
i fought tom in the final. if you lost to Tom in an earlier round hen that is why we did not fight,
because every one who loses in round one or two gets the chance to fight for 3rd it usually means the winner of 3rd has had the most fights. (lucky sods)

hope this helps
regards shaky:)

by the way where do you train mate?

Jimmy Boogaloo
16-05-2007, 01:04 PM
Bloody hell, if you can go to a decision with Tom, I'll be shitting it about you coming down to Pancrase.

erm... wanna do some boxing? LOL

shakus maximus
16-05-2007, 10:19 PM
i train at falcons martial arts in gwent south wales under heath gait.
we have a cracking set up with a full time gym
i had my first ever taste of compitition at one of daves kumite events many years ago at the richmond club so i try and get up there as often as possible.

as you said earlier the standard goes up every year at the event.

hope to see you at another event soon as after june im gonna concentrate purely on my grappling and jujutsu as im getting to old for the mma circuit, so hopefully enter a lot more events and at my proper weight as you big bastards totally exhaused me sunday:)

regards shaky