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Old March 27, 2001, 07:12 PM   #29
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I'll have to side with chokeu2 on this one, not out of blind or friendly devotion, but because of the things that forum members on have said about him, his school and the instructors that teach there.

With the schools that teach multiple styles or a hybrid style that includes BJJ, I have found that there is a very real emphasis on street-effective techniques. On the other hand, I'm sure that you will find BJJ schools that only teach BJJ and omit no-gi techniques, their students will be more likely to butt-flop-to-guard position, both on the street or during a fight in the ring.

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