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    Default Please join the forum

    I notice a lot of guys reading the BJJ forum who haven't joined CageWarriors.
    I would really appreciate it if you guys registered and became part of the community.We have a lot of really good BJJ guys posting and any questions or discussions you would like to have would be welcomed.

    I hope to see some of you guys posting soon.

    Cheers

    Simon@Carlsons

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    Simon, as you asked so nicely 1st time poster. Been looking in to get some background on local clubs as i want to start bjj in nyear. From feedback will try Carlsons Hammersmith beginners class and go from there.

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    Thanks Dutch-WELCOME TO THE FORUM!

    Please feel free to ask any questions.Regarding Carlsons i think the FAQ page on our website may be helpful.

    Cheers

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    I check the bjj forum before any other now. i have learned alot from the guys here so any new guys jump in and dont be shy

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    this is the only forum on CW i actually care about these days
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    Second best forum on CW.

    It lags miles behind the DNFT forum though.

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    the first place i check when i come online..

    very well run and helpful..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dutch View Post
    Simon, as you asked so nicely 1st time poster. Been looking in to get some background on local clubs as i want to start bjj in nyear. From feedback will try Carlsons Hammersmith beginners class and go from there.
    A wise choice. Remember, once you walk through that door, there is no turning back - you will be addicted like the rest of us. :-)

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    I registered a while back, but I only made my first post this week so hi everyone

    I train in striking styles, mostly (karate and thaiboxing). I'm not doing BJJ yet, due to no clubs in the area (I live near the southern border of Hungary), but I recently took up judo and it is awesome so far. Jiujitsu is still in my long term plans along with a bit of wrestling if all goes well

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    Welcome Torre!

    I train in Budapest a lot and i can recommend going to visit Mihaly Sztraka at Carlson Gracie Hungary.Tell him i sent you!!

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