Weakest Fighting Art?

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Dan Newbie 2 posts
Here's a new question. Everyone always asks which is the "Best Art"? I always say it depends what you want from it, beating another art isn't the bee all and end all of why we train in what we do.

But here's a new question!!!!

What's the weakest Art?

If you had to fight an artist. nothing mixed here, just a pure form of a martial art, which would you say was the weakest?

I know what I'd say!!!

Dan. :)
andy Resident 729 posts
origami pain is temporary, pride is forever. www.roycegraciesheffield.com
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"
Robsco 1319 posts
so so predictable. --------- Robsco! 'I'm sure your style is impressive on other planets, however, your weak link is that this is Earth'
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andy Resident 729 posts
chi gung pain is temporary, pride is forever. www.roycegraciesheffield.com
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"
Rob H Newbie 10 posts
Non-contact Karate Concentration, relaxation, mental and physical conditioning
Concentration, relaxation, men
karpo Newbie 2 posts
jeet kune do
(my opinion)
andy Resident 729 posts
jo san do pain is temporary, pride is forever. www.roycegraciesheffield.com
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"
Alien Newbie 20 posts
Tai Chi or possibly some forms of Karate "hell ain't a bad place to be"
"hell ain't a bad place to be"
Robsco 1319 posts
I'd personally say anything except BJJ and Muay Thai.

Really can't think of any other art that has anything serious to offer.

Time for TMA's to get their knickers in a twist. :o) --------- Robsco! 'I'm sure your style is impressive on other planets, however, your weak link is that this is Earth'
The Admin Guy
Dan Newbie 2 posts
Funny that!!! The only sensible replies came from outside members!!!

"I'd personally say anything except BJJ" - 3 years in Ju Jitsu, so yeah, I suppose he'd know it all!

Trying to figure out if the best word is blinkered or naive. Maybe time will and experience will eventually help.
Robsco 1319 posts
Anything except BJJ and Muay Thai, never trained in Thai boxing but simply seen the effectiveness.

I've trained in traditional Ju-Jitsu so pretty much know what such arts as karate, judo, aikido have to offer - which is not a lot when compared to Ju-Jitsu (the whole lot) , and even worse against Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

You asked a question, I gave an honest answer, what would your choice be? --------- Robsco! 'I'm sure your style is impressive on other planets, however, your weak link is that this is Earth'
The Admin Guy
Alien Newbie 20 posts
Having trained in both Muay Thai and Ju-Jitsu (Japanese not BJJ) not only are the two arts very good they compliment each other so well.

Not really the answer to the question but food for thought.

I don't know wether other MA do this as well as this combination.

Any one who does private BJJ lessons however (anywhere near Nottingham) I would be interested in honing my groundwork!! "hell ain't a bad place to be"
"hell ain't a bad place to be"
andy Resident 729 posts
sheffield is only 45 mins from nottingham and I teach BJJ lessons. pain is temporary, pride is forever. www.roycegraciesheffield.com
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"
Alien Newbie 20 posts
Andy,

Really shouldn't use the forum for personnal stuff but do you do or would you consider doing private lessons say on a weekend as I would be interested in BJJ.
"hell ain't a bad place to be"
"hell ain't a bad place to be"
andy Resident 729 posts
Some weekends would be possible, say, saturday mornings? but not every weekend as that's my time off, but a couple of saturday mornings a month would be possible. pain is temporary, pride is forever. www.roycegraciesheffield.com
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"
steve Resident 217 posts
Play do (dough) is the weakest, expecially in a hot room. My kids build alsorts with it but when it melts and stains into the carpets its a sod to clean up! "Its not the size of the dog in the fight, its the size of the fight in the dog"
"Its not the size of the dog i
Alien Newbie 20 posts
Andy,

I wouldn't want to train every weekend (maybe once every 6 to 8 weeks)for a couple of hours.

Family time etc is very important.

I will drop you an email and maybe arrange a couple of suitable dates.
"hell ain't a bad place to be"
"hell ain't a bad place to be"
andy Resident 729 posts
cool, mail me on arjiujitsu@aol.com pain is temporary, pride is forever. www.roycegraciesheffield.com
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"
Fenon Regular 25 posts
No style is weaker, it's the fighters that it all comes down to. It's their job to see weakness, and to act on that without letting themselves be cought.
andy Resident 729 posts
errmm, will have to disagree there, a lot of styles are weaker. pain is temporary, pride is forever. www.roycegraciesheffield.com
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"

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