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    Default Ever feel the need to slap someone?

    I check certain sites every now and then because they throw up comedy gems...


    I just recently started playing with the Rubix Cube and I love it. I feel like I've got so much control from it and they've got, at least in my dojo, nothing at all from it.

    But, let's say I can't get my leg that was in the Pyramid position over their head once I get them on their back while I try and go for the Puppet Master.

    What are some other options I can do from here? Or even just the standard Rubix Cube while I'm on my back.

    http://www.brazilianjiujitsugear.com...ead.php?t=8601



    It may be mentioned on the video posted in that thread, but I have never understood why you wouldn't just immediately triangle someone if you can get that control on the far arm.
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    Before I clicked on the link I was wondering why you posted this in a bjj forum thinking there's no link? Then I saw the site and it became depressingly clear

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    my god, I have just seen the videos and I am ashamed to say I have used the Rubix cube before, mainly to trianlge but occasionally to sweep

    btw, who did you want to slap, was it everyone?
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    Ari is first class , I wont stand for this 101 dissin !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manik View Post
    my god, I have just seen the videos and I am ashamed to say I have used the Rubix cube before, mainly to trianlge but occasionally to sweep

    btw, who did you want to slap, was it everyone?
    Anyone, just to make me feel better for reading that stuff.
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    Has Ari Released prison guard yet?
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    Rob has such a man crush on Ari it's getting embarassing at this stage.
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    A repost of this video but it is just so applicable to this thread:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FgMLROTqJ0

    I honestly thought the original thread was a joke on 101, couldn't believe it was serious! Especially when you consider what the translations of the Japanese names for stuff are (I can never remember but they basically just describe what the move is in 2 or 3 words, perhaps a Judo guy can enlighten me)?

    I'd love to learn all these crazy moves but only when I'm a BB and can do all the 'standard' things in BJJ pretty well, if you're never going to be world champion, surely knowing a huge amount of possibilities is more fun than being perfect at a few?

    Off topic but I've seen De La Riva spar a few times now and it's the most amazing thing I've ever seen, not another level, another dimension, his technique is absolutely incredible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob T View Post
    Anyone, just to make me feel better for reading that stuff.
    hahahahahaha

    I LOL so hard!
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    I'm usually pretty relaxed about most things but Submissions 101 makes my blood boil.

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