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    "The UK's Lyoto Machida - Hit and Run, Baby" widge milward's Avatar
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    Jack Mountford is a true legend, he will have forgotten more than most will ever know.

    Shame no-one can convince Roy Wood to teach the submission side of things any more.
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    Heres when we trained catch and Freestyle with Roy @ Aspul around 2003.

    http://sfuk.tripod.com/articles_03/snakepit_1.html

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    I've been looking catch up for the last few months, seen a fair few clips on YouTube of CSW. I like it, looks pretty nifty.

    In a few years that's what I'm gonna do, go over to Salt Lake and let Mr Robinson put bruises on me. Heh heh.

    I'd love to meet Mr Robinson, seems like a proper decent bloke. Plus he's a real legend, trained with Billy Riley, Gotch, Funaki I think aswell. And he trained Kazushi Sakuraba so even if it's just for a short while, maybe 1 week, your gonna improve your knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by widge milward View Post
    Jack Mountford is a true legend, he will have forgotten more than most will ever know.

    Shame no-one can convince Roy Wood to teach the submission side of things any more.

    Does Jack/Atherton Submission still run classes?

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