Nerve techniques etc

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sl Resident 855 posts
Are nerve and pressure point techniques taught and used in BJJ lessons/matches ? Are they allowed etc? If so any favourites from the forum?
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Bassmonger Resident 198 posts
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Kieran Regular 107 posts
We are taught in tjj a open hand strike to the jaw joint just beside the ear.Believe it or not in makes you go very weak but we also use alot of pressure points.
alucarD_The_Stampede Newbie 16 posts
Well i learned one by accident and from watching Dragon Ball (shut up lol), its one on the back of your head its where your brain and spine connect kinda, but if you hit it just right you can knock someone out, but its REALLYYYYYY dangerous because if you do it wrong it could paralyze them or kill them.... and btw i read up on it, so im not goin by what i seen on DB lol...
Nathan Addict 175 posts
Is there any chance of you resizing your picture pal?
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sl Resident 855 posts
Think your misunderstanding my post Bruce, i meant when your on your back either doing back to back or some sparring i doubt very much sneaking up on my buddy and cracking him to the neck could be done while he's trying to choke me out? :-|
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Kieran Regular 107 posts
I would use alot of pressure points myself
alucarD_The_Stampede Newbie 16 posts
sl theres no reason to be a smartass ok, i just said i know one, and if you want one you can use while on the ground, just kick/ hit them in the balls how about that? is that the kind of answer you were looking for???
sl Resident 855 posts
Temper temper Brucie im not being a smart arse my question was any good nerve pressure points attack during sparring? I didnt ask for a Bruce Lee move. Think you need to lighten up my friend.:-O

I personally dont care if youve watched a bunch of kung fu films nor do i care if you watch them with a notebook to jot down some move! I was asking the true martial artists of the forum who have trained hard and know what works ....
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andy Resident 729 posts
yes they are allowed in BJJ matches (just for the amusement of the ref, spectators and your opponent)

I hearby issue a challenge - I will grapple someone using only BJJ if the grapple me using pressure points and this challenge is extended to George Dillman and all dragon society members
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"
Robsco 1319 posts
Sounds good Andy! :-D
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Kieran Regular 107 posts
Andy I would like to see abit of Bjj.We have no clubs over here but i,m still curious.

I practise Tjj but I dont mind going on to the mats if i,m ever in England.In Tjj we do spar,kumata,back to back that sort of thing but we rarely do competions.

But if you would like to have a go at a traditionalist and i,m in your area then lets give it ago and who knows we might bove learn something.

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sl Resident 855 posts
So what are you saying Andy. There pants for BJJ? Are they handy to get your opponent to move into an attackable position or just crap?
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andy Resident 729 posts
Kieron - i'm a 2nd degree black belt in TJJ but that's a painful memory. I take up you offer.

sl - Just s**t
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sl Resident 855 posts
Sounds like a good invitation that Keiran hope you take him up on his acceptance and post a full review. Good luck though :-)

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Nathan Addict 175 posts
Hey... Robsco? Is there any chance of getting Bruce Lee's picture resized or something. It's bloody annoying having to scroll horizontally to see someones post.
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Robsco 1319 posts
Nathan, I have. :-)

When you're reading a post that's got that picture on, just refresh the page/frame and it'll load the new version of the pic.
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Kieran Regular 107 posts
Andy I humbley acceptt your offer.I,m a second dan black belt in shotkan karate and a Ist dan in Shin ken ryu jujitsu.So under the unusal circumstances i hope it can be freestyle.Say five minute rounds with the best of three.

Or the first to submit.I,m serious i,ll look you up the next time in England.Maybe Robsco could do refree.

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Ryu Regular 47 posts
any ringside tickets available?

Ken is good, but Ryu is bett

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