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All you need to dominate is
>Armbar
>Triangle
>Kimura
>Rear Naked Choke

 

BJJ must be combined with a striking art, like boxing for example, the Gracies dominated MMA until people figured out their gimmick, that is getting their opponents to the ground.

 

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>>26439
just get a gun lmao

 

>>26443
For MMA maybe, but for street fighting just trip, or armdrag then trip, or put a foot on the opponent hip and another on their bicep, and pull gaurd, or overhook and pull 3/4 gaurd.

 

>>26448
For genuine "self-defense" (like if someone tries to rob or kill you) then use a gun, but to defend assault, or sexual assault, just beat the fucking out of the other person.

 

blowjob joe

 

>>26477
Yeah, thats his name

 

>>26453
>Pulling guard in a street fight
Please, for the love of God, no one ever do this. There are no rules in street fight, no one is required to grapple or throw you to win. If you pull guard, your face will get stomped in and you will be left in a vulnerable position. If using BJJ, use it to counter a grapple you are already in, or use it to get your attacker on the ground. Always be above or on the same level as your attacker, never be below them.

 

>>27174
Either you can beat someone while under them, or you can't beat someone while under them. If you can, pulling them ontop of you is a good idea in a fight. If you can't, you are not good a Jiu-Jitsu.

 

>>27284
>Either you can beat someone while under them, or you can't beat someone while under them. If you can, pulling them ontop of you is a good idea in a fight. If you can't, you are not good a Jiu-Jitsu
Dude, Jiu-Jitsu black belts will tell you the same thing I'm telling you. Putting yourself on the ground in a street fight is probably the stupidest thing you can do, because you are limiting your movement and putting yourself in a vulnerable position against an opponent that can decide to do anything to you. He does not have to grapple you on the ground, and neither do his friends. Even teachers like Eli Knight, who do teach how to use BJJ in a self-defense situation, make videos mocking the concept of dropping guard in a street fight. You can use BJJ for self-defense, make no mistake, but it won't be through dropping guard. It will be by controlling the movement of your attacker and using it to gain a positional advantage to perform your own strikes on him, to put him on the ground as opposed to yourself, or to get out of a situation where he has you on the ground already. Take the time and think about this rationally: What actual benefits do you get putting yourself on the ground in a random street encounter, and what risks do you inherit doing so?

 

>>27314
Pull them ontop of you dude

 

What do you think the best striking sport to crosstrain with BJJ is?

 

>>27940
>bro just take them down and pull guard that way
at that point why not just full mount or try for their back? pulling guard is the most braindead thing you can do in a street fight.
>>28267
prolly kickboxing/muay thai for the clinch

 

Protip: When someone gets you in a triangle trap, immediately begin to stand up

 

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>>28268
>prolly kickboxing/muay thai for the clinch


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