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    Bas Ruttens' style is called Pancrase which is a mixture of Krav Maga and Jiu-Jitsu. He used to fight professionally but now is an instructor to fighters like KIMBO SLICE and a few others.
    One more step and it's on!


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    He is one very tough dude. I have seen them testing the power of his kicks using crash test dummies. He generates more force than a car crash with his kicks.
    It is surely true that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Nor can you make them grateful for your efforts.

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    "He is one very tough dude."
    For sure.

    Wm Shatner can also teach you a few "serious bad" SD techniques that are truly out of this world.
    Especially when grappling with a larger, tougher, and incredibly thick skinned assailant. Really. Truly.



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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Wm Shatner can also teach you a few "serious bad" SD techniques that are truly out of this world.
    Especially when grappling with a larger, tougher, and incredibly thick skinned assailant. Really. Truly.

    Really? You had to post that. I could have gone the rest of my life without seeing the "Sexist space explorer vs. Komodo Dragon man" fight again.
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    I have used his stuff to help me with bag work.
    Same here. When you want to work out on the bag, a Bas Rutten session is great practice.

    It's important to understand that one of the things that makes boxers so damn tough is that they don't try to win a fight with a single punch. A hand-to-hand engagement is more like a chess match, and the better player is 3, 4, 5 moves ahead. This kind of training gets you to that point, where you jab, jab-cross, uppercut, etc.

    Where the average untrained person will aim at your jaw, or go for a body blow, a Bas Rutten style fighter is going to come at you with a trained flurry of strikes that have been practiced for countless hours on a heavy bag. And Bas uses a style that's in agreement with the art I study, where you "go with the flow" of combat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shockwave View Post
    Same here. When you want to work out on the bag, a Bas Rutten session is great practice.

    It's important to understand that one of the things that makes boxers so damn tough is that they don't try to win a fight with a single punch. A hand-to-hand engagement is more like a chess match, and the better player is 3, 4, 5 moves ahead. This kind of training gets you to that point, where you jab, jab-cross, uppercut, etc.

    Where the average untrained person will aim at your jaw, or go for a body blow, a Bas Rutten style fighter is going to come at you with a trained flurry of strikes that have been practiced for countless hours on a heavy bag. And Bas uses a style that's in agreement with the art I study, where you "go with the flow" of combat.
    Indeed, its combos of punching and kicking plus the judo/jujitsu (don't know the difference except I think one is more for stand up and the other grappling). I'd not heard the name "Pancrase " before, but that is how I am trained.

    Though we use the bag, my instructor also puts on protective gear so the practice can be done in a dynamic manner. He'll wear head gear so he can take shots to his temples and ears, but still things need to be carefully pulled at times to prevent bad accidents.

    To your point about combos, it is spot on. FLOW. Like the term used in Modern ARNIS, which someone told me meant flow, is the key. Combos and flow and moving smoothly from one to the other and into throws, not just a jab or cross and a prayer.

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    For Brownsbacker-- if you have use of your hands you can probably learn to do some small circle jujitsu. For example if someone puts their arm on your shoulder you can probably bring them to their knees with little more than a small movement of your wrist. You need to find someone who knows lots of jujitsu and is willing to help you apply techniques or develop new ones that you can use while sitting. Lots of the stuff I do standing could be done sitting as well if I gave it some thought.

    It is often natural for folks to bend down toward your face to talk to you when you are in a chair; they stupidly think you are deaf. That's not a bad time to do a couple of quick ear clasps, grab the head and gouge the eyes.

    You probably have more options than you think, but it will be hard to find someone who is willing to spend the time creatively applying methods to your situation.

    That would be a great niche area of MA for someone if funding could be found to support the study and teaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atctimmy View Post
    He is one very tough dude. I have seen them testing the power of his kicks using crash test dummies. He generates more force than a car crash with his kicks.
    On Fight Science, here ya go... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGjPnLjvvrs

    For anyone that doesn't know who Bas is... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7L_Au...eature=related

    The man is also king of the slap! Love watching him slap guys silly.
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    There was some moves to take from that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Husker View Post
    He says he worked for years as a bouncer. I believe he could do the job, but has wasted his talents for bouncer pay!
    He's Bas Ruttan....Internationally famous for his talents.
    I won't spoil it for ya here so go to YouTube and query his name, or to Google to locate his professional and sporting resume.

    Don't be fooled by his jovial and almost childlike nature; He is not to be trifled with.

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    Here he is... Auto Tuned!

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