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    So what is this style of fighting called then? It's not MMA.

    Does it have a name yet?

    It could be fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob T View Post
    What happens if someone gets a body triangle for control and the other guy taps to it?
    The ground action will be ltd to striking only, any attempt of a sub, the fighters will be stood back up. Its not that difficult @ all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcontent View Post
    So what is this style of fighting called then? It's not MMA.

    Does it have a name yet?

    It could be fun.
    Technically speaking it is still MMA. ( Mixed Martial Arts) this concept still allows a mixture of Mixed Martial Arts, its my interprutation of that, who's to say that The UFC's Pride Dream e,t,c is the true interpratation? lol.

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    Can you sweep from guard? Or will the action be stood up as soon as you clinch?
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    do this in durham

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    Can you sweep from guard? Or will the action be stood up as soon as you clinch?
    Stood up as soon as you clinch, the fighter under pressure to save himself on the ground, only has to find a defencive position, to force the fight back to thier feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cagewarriors View Post
    The ground action will be ltd to striking only, any attempt of a sub, the fighters will be stood back up. Its not that difficult @ all
    Body triangle is not a submission though, just a controlling option which can sometimes result in a sub.

    What about omoplata, can a fighter not even use it to sweep and control position?
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    I think it would be fun to do but i think it's a long way away from being classes as mixed martial arts, it's basically muay thai with ground strikes. I'd prefare to just see Muay thai or K1 as aposed to people striking on the feet then stalling on the ground to get it stood back up. Either way be interested to see a video of the first event because as pointless as it seem's to me i still think entertainment wise especially to people who dont know anything about grappling it will be good to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob T View Post
    Body triangle is not a submission though, just a controlling option which can sometimes result in a sub.

    What about omoplata, can a fighter not even use it to sweep and control position?
    By the sounds of it the gnp will be like boxing, if a fighter clinchs they get broken up, in this it sounds like the ref stands them up if the fighter on the bottom breaks the top guy down in his guard. So no need to control position on the ground?
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    not really important, but i thought i'd point out that people generally fall out of the ring due to takedown attempts, rather than submission attempts...
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