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    That move is actually a legit move that was used by dan gable and is taught by him to, google him to see who he is if you bjj numptys don't know who he is!

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    But who would put one hook in without any upper body control? Why is the guy's non-hooking leg totally loose? He could be crossing his ankles and controlling the hips by squeezing his knees or using his shin behind the guy's knee, or trying to put second hook in.

    Dan Gable doesn't automatically make something correct. He was a wrestler, techniques that work for wrestling don't necessarily transfer to sub grappling or MMA. Taking the back doesn't happen in wrestling cos you'd get pinned immediately.
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    Was the guy showing the move for bjj or mma? No he was showing it for wrestling! Or catch 2 different sports from bjj! Why do you feel the need tO come on and try and bully this guy rob

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    so a catch back grab is worse than a bjj back grab
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sledge View Post
    You really are a pathetic child. I'm surprised the beginning of your posts don't have "Miss, Miss" on them.

    Hywel gave his opinion on a move. He didn't call someone a faggot for no reason.

    Now post up a child like response and then run off and hide when the debate gets too much for you.
    can't hear you mate
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    turns out iatskevich is a bit of a liar/fraud anyway:

    http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=16750&refid=0

    FRAT summary:

    * I contacted David Rudman at FIAS. Seems that Iatskevich quietly removed himself as FIAS rep for Canada. In fact, it may be he never held the position to begin with — though his advertising copy said he did. Good thing, too, given that he had no formal Sambo training, and had spent years pretending he was the son of former Junior World Champion Alexander Iatskevich.

    **since I first started posting on these issues, Iatskevich and Scientific Wrestling have walked back several claims (though none of them publicly and with full disclosure; instead, they have simply scrubbed all references from their respective websites, as if doing so makes the problem go away): 1) Iatskevich no longer claims any Judo belt 2) He no longer claims any formal training in Sambo. His training, he now says, comes from picking things up “along the way.” 3) The marketing material for Iatskevich’s Scientific Wrestling Instructional DVDs have been removed from his site. However, the products are still available through Scientific Wrestling’s site. Also, Iatskevich is claiming no belt in BJJ.

    ***It appears that Kris Iatskevich once went by another name, Christian Grenier, and that it was under this name the may have studied Sambo for a few months with a (now) rival organization in Canada.
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    So i take it you won;t be at the seminar, i'm sure all the guys won;t miss you anyway, but there again they wouuldn't know who you were to start with.
    Thats the thing mate, get the name first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by david5 View Post
    can't hear you mate
    Again??? You really make it too easy for me. In your vast grappling experience you may have been choked a bit too much and your brain starved of oxygen. I'd get checked by the doctor if that was the best I could come up with.

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    Bullying, lol. I'm just saying that I know for a fact this guy teaching is a very poor level grappler. He is nowhere near good enough to teach. IF people think anyone should be allowed to teach, fine but I don't agree.

    Also, farmer... if you don't know who the most successful grappling academy in Wales are then fine, but I guarantee most people involved in the sport around the area do know. If you want to train under coaches who have produced over 100 different medalists in less than 3 years, come along and see what our clubs general level is like. First lesson is free
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    Quote Originally Posted by david5 View Post
    turns out iatskevich is a bit of a liar/fraud anyway:

    http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=16750&refid=0

    FRAT summary:



    I always found it amazing, a son of the great alexander iatkevich would quit judo and sambo over catch as can. THat clears it up
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