Whats the best combination?

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Bee Regular 33 posts
Many will agree that a combination of skills would make the complete fighter. MMA is obviously on the increase. Could this ever become a martial art in it`s own right.
Perhaps Thai for "stand up". A bit of Judo/Trad Ju-Jitsu for take downs. And BJJ for the ground work.
Most of us practice for self defence and fitness reasons, but the effectiveness of what we practice in a real life situation may leave some codes a bit prone to certain attacks.
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Robsco 1319 posts
Whatever newbie.

I think it's quite well known now that many MMA fighters use Thai for standup, and BJJ/werestling for takedowns and groundwork.
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MJ Regular 32 posts
Currently im learning mma that uses a mixture of Thai and traditional strikes with all 8 points, then some judo and jujitsu take downs/throws and bjj for groundwork. I find its quite a good combination.
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Fu Jow Regular 39 posts
the basic three arts are pretty consistent with all mma practitioners...Thai boxing is great for stand up fighting since it now includes boxing's hand techniques...freestyle wrestling is good for takedowns...and BJJ is obviously great for the submissions...although other MAs are always mixed in with this basic formula such as sambo, judo, and greco roman.
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ninja9578 Regular 92 posts
What rank are you?
Blue Belt - Gracie JJ
3rd Degree Black Belt - Shorin Ryu
Red Belt w/ two stripes - Soo Bahk Do
MJ Regular 32 posts
whos that question directed at?
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puertorican_fighter Spectator 15 posts
combination? try 6 to the left 55 to the right 89 to the left then pull
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ninja9578 Regular 92 posts
@MJ I forget :P I think it was at the original poster.
Blue Belt - Gracie JJ
3rd Degree Black Belt - Shorin Ryu
Red Belt w/ two stripes - Soo Bahk Do

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