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  • On the mat with Jubidoo

    This thread is meant to discuss wrestling for the "jubidoo" perspective, forum members. Think of it as a place to ask jubaji anything as it pertains to wrestling. We will examine his special brand of wrestling, the way he's modified it to become a street lethal fighting system and the the do's and dont's of his philosophy of wrestling.

    And as always, remember to have fun, people!

  • #2
    Still feeling insecure, miss? Stay indoors in make-believe world.

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    • #3
      In this first post, we will discuss the foundation of jubaji's street lethal knife disarming techniques.



      It is something to behold as I have never seen any master or authority of ANY self defense system do it quite like this.



      Observe:







      Observe the excellent form and the way jubaji teaches to control the weapon arm no matter how much the dummy resists. And like jubaji says those dummies are p-r-e-t-t-y strong and wirey.



      This is really advanced stuff people, but its just the basics of jubaji's street lethal system.



      Now some of you may doubt the effectiveness of of this technique, but let me assure you that I've been assured by Jubaji that it completely works. In fact, he didn't just tell me it works, jubaji took the time out of his busy, busy schedule to share a "tale" of sorts with the forum to prove that it works against knives!



      How do you like those apples, forum members?



      Read it for yourself:



      http://www.defend.net/deluxeforums/u...mans-tale.html



      It may look like high school wrestling to the untrained eye, but trust me jubaji says that the force from the impact is actually multiplied if you do it in an empty parking lot at Denny's!



      Man! How did the martial arts community miss the boat on this one?



      Well we have it right here at Pretend.net, ladies and gentlemen.



      You get this basic technique down people, and jubaji says that knives won't even be a factor for you anymore!



      More after the jump.

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      • #4
        Here is the same street lethal technique from a different angle.




        Its important to note one important yet subtle aspect of the technique, ladies and gentleman:

        At the very moment the practitioner locks his arm around the dummy(who is fully resisting BTW) the dummies arms become inoperable and therefore the man executing the throw no longer has to concern himself with knives, guns or other weapons.

        Just that simple! Jubaji says that it is possible though to get pimp slapped in the mouth before you execute, but knife or no knife, once you lock those hands Jubaji says that all systems are go and all you have to do is follow through with the shadow slam.

        Oh by the way, this technique is a variant of the ninja shadow slam.

        Its more deadly from the front, and even more so if you're powerful fast on your feet!

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        • #5
          Oh, puke the little bitch must be having an especially heavy flow this month. I guess staying inside and playing make-believe just isn't enough to vent her hormonal hysteria this time. Well, at least she's safe there inside...


          Now stfu and go cook me a chicken pot pie, bitch.

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          • #6
            Now this shadow slam has been called the best MMA slam of all time, even though its not MMA. Its street lethal.

            In fact, if executed properly this shadow slam can end ANY match or contest, which is why its too dangerous to use in MMA sport competition. Those who try usually don't do it right, or the opponent doesn't resist as much as the dummy so it spoils the magnificence of the shadow slam.

            I know this is all very technical for you all. It was for me as well until Jubaji explained that x doesn't always equal Y and neither is greater than the other. But that's a different story for a different time.

            I know videos are the preferred medium here, so this vid will show you the explosiveness of what Jubaji does and teaches:



            Now listen people, I've seen the video. I know some of you are asking a lot of questions. Some of you are asking "If Randleman executed the shadow slam, how did Fedor wind up winning less than a minute later?

            Well ... Jubaji explained all of this to me:


            1)Randleman is a theory-boy. He didn't truly BELIEVE in the shadow slam, and the shadow slam requires 100% INTENT.

            2)Its clear that Randleman has other theory-boys color his hair. What kind of shit is that anyway? A freakin' blonde afro? What the hell?

            3)Randleman CLEARLY does not stay indoors! Who the hell does he think he is anyway? Why isn't he fighting at home? Or at least in the parking lot at Denny's?

            4)Fedor clearly didn't resist enough. If forum members would kindly look at the first two videos found in posts #3 & 4 you will notice that the dummy resisted MUCH more than Fedor did in the above video. Rookie mistake made by Fedor that cost Randleman the match. What a screw up. Fedor is just lucky that he himself didn't have a knife or Randelman would have definitely had a better chance to successfully execute the shadow slam.

            5)Who the hell is Kevin Randleman anyway? So he learns some wrestling. That doesn't mean that he's any good. Let's be reasonable here. We're talking apples and oranges. Street lethal wrestling is different than MMA anyway. Jeez ...

            I hate it when these MMA guys learn a little wrestling and then do it all wrong on television. Its bad for the kids and worse for real self defense wrestling pioneers like Jubaji. Guys like Randleman and Fedor set back the whole movement with stunts like that!

            Jubaji's advice?

            Just stick to the basics!!!

            First of all stay away from theories and hair salons. Then make sure your opponent is ALWAYS resisting as much as your practice dummy, otherwise it'll throw off gravity and the shadow slam won't work against wrestling. Jubaji says its always a bonus to scream out "SHADOW SLAM!" when executing as well. According to his experience in the far east, it will bring out your chi and release your manhood.

            So people, don't make these rookie mistakes.

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            • #7
              As you can plainly see, little bitch is really having a hard time of it this month. You'll have to excuse her lies , fabrications and irrationality until auntie leaves town. She'll still be a stupid, LARPING little bitch, butt least she'll be less hysterical.

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              • #8
                Now I've got some emails asking me about the original Jubaji shadow slam. I know you people want to know about it and see, and as the forum liaison to Jubaji aka Master Bunny, I'm here to deliver!

                Now this vid is short and sweet. It really shows the lethal nature of what Jubaji does. Its for mature audiences as there is blood, people.

                Watch this flawless technique and you'll know that executing it will nullify any knife or bullet:



                I'm sorry. I should have warned you better, but Jubaji and his street lethal wrestling are just brutal!

                This is actually the technique that Jubaji used against his attacker at the Denny's parking lot. The man had a knife, but it didn't matter. Hell .. YOU JUST SAW THE VIDEO!!! It speaks for itself! Jubaji had to wear a mask for this video because apparently the move is g-14 classified and he could get court martialed just for showing it! That's how much he wants you to protect your loved ones from pimp slaps and blades!

                He doesn't write on this forum 100 times a day because HE likes it! Its for you ... all of us!

                This man has never ever backed down from a fight ... not even against a Mongolian wrestler, who by the way, did not even know Mongolian Wrestling! He's been around the block, people. Trust him.

                Now I've been told by Jubaji himself that drinking lots of sake and eating lots of chicken pot pies will help you attain the skill to execute the original shadow slam. I haven't ever eaten chicken pot pie, but after seeing his original shadow slam I'm definitely thinking about it!

                Did you see the way the blood just exploded out of the practice dummy? I could tell it was really resisting too. Freakin' amazing. If that dummy had been holding a knife what good would it have done? The slam would have disarmed it with it sheer power.

                At first I didn't understand how a practice dummy could bleed. I'm sure you all were wondering about that too. LOL. Well ... Jubaji tells me that if you look closely, that's not a wrestling mat they're on at all. Its Denny's pavement! And he explains that once you're in the concrete jungle known as Denny's, EVERYTHING becomes real! Hence, the blood from the practice dummy.

                Shit ... I'll admit that I didn't know that. I can admit when someone teaches me something that I didn't know, and I for sure didn't know about that. Wow.

                Thanks Jubaji.


                PS I looked and I don't have any chicken pot pie right now, but I do believe we have tons of fresh Mod tail for you to chow down on! We all know how you love you some Mod tail!

                My pleasure after all that you've shared.

                Need a bib with that?

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                • #9
                  Little bitch may need to be medicated tis time around, as her grip on reality has completely let go. Don't worry though, she'll be up and putting out for Boaring and the rest of the hairdressers before you know it!

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                  • #10
                    Now a while ago, someone asked Jubaji aka Master Bunny, about stand up grappling. Personally I've always looked towards jujitsu for stand up grappling, but Jubaji assured me that there is indeed an arrest to control component to his street lethal system. He showed me a video of himself using it against multiple opponents ... and let me tell you people, I was I-M-P-R-E-S-S-E-D!

                    See for yourself:



                    If you watch closely, Jubaji was surrounded by opponents and had to immediately take action. First with verbal cues, and then with his "iron claw" that he told me he learned from learned from Barry Windham. Controlling the thug by the back of his neck with his iron claw, Jubaji easily subdued him and returned the thug back to his seat. But just then, the young thundercat sprang up and took a swing at Jubaji. Luckily Jubaji is "powerful fast" on his feet and was able to parry the strike and once again apply the iron claw.

                    Folks, this guy is the real deal. His stuff works.

                    Not only did Jubaji successfully defend himself against the "vicious killer"(so aptly labeled in the video), but he saved that poor girl's life!

                    How much more proof do you need?



                    Disclaimer: No hairdressers or theory-boys were harmed in the filming of this production.

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                    • #11
                      Here we see pUke, in the throes of hormonal hysteria, lying and fabricating as she usually does but with more desperation and even less - if you can believe it - rational thought. She's in her own little fantasy land now, which is convenient as that is where she plays - I mean 'trains' - ...

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                      • #12
                        I want a video breakdown explaining how even though the head sticks out farther than any other part of the body during the shoot, it still doesn't lead.

                        I don't think it's physically possible but jubidoo says it doesn't.

                        YouTube - TOM HILLS DOJO - GOJU RYU - Shoot take down and leg trap

                        YouTube - Youth Wrestling Coach Vic Arcara of Harrison Mat Club (New York) Talks take down

                        More importantly not only does the head lead, but with the face forward and completely exposed and the arms too far away to protect anything.

                        This is a good strategy how?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by kingoftheforest View Post
                          I want a video breakdown explaining how even though the head sticks out farther than any other part of the body during the shoot, it still doesn't lead.
                          More importantly not only does the head lead, but with the face forward and completely exposed and the arms too far away to protect anything.
                          how?


                          To "lead" means to go first to guide and direct. If you "lead" with your head, meaning you deliberately put it out ahead of your body as the first line of penetration, you are going to get snapped down into a front headlock, shucked aside, or eat a bone-crunching crossface. The idea is to keep the head, neck, and shoulders in a vertical plane as much as possible given the dynamics of the movement and the relative position/movement of your opponent. You should also keep your hips under you as much as possible as you close, which will vary according to the kind of shot as well as the other variables mentioned above. If anything is going to 'lead' it will be the hands and the lead leg. Now' if you drop a plumb line from the shooters nose at any point along the way, will it fall flat across his chest? Given human anatomy and the dynamics of the movement in relation to the opponent's movement, probably not, but that does not mean you 'lead' with your head. This is a classic case of not understanding what you are looking at. Now, we could get into knee to shoulder position, setting up the shot, dynamic movement vs ideal form (a tough concept for you role-play types) but that should be enough to give you the basic idea IF you really want to understand. If you just want to be a dick and deliberately remain or appear ignorant (and we know you do) then you will respond with some nonsense that proves you weren't paying attention to what I've just explained to you.

                          I await either the :

                          A) theory-boy d-bag response (expected)

                          Or

                          B) reasonable person who wants to understand something about wrestling response (would be a pleasant surprise)

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                          • #14
                            Oh, and don't forget to keep those elbows in tight as well!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by jubaji View Post
                              To "lead" means to go first to guide and direct. If you "lead" with your head, meaning you deliberately put it out ahead of your body as the first line of penetration, you are going to get snapped down into a front headlock, shucked aside, or eat a bone-crunching crossface. The idea is to keep the head, neck, and shoulders in a vertical plane as much as possible given the dynamics of the movement and the relative position/movement of your opponent. You should also keep your hips under you as much as possible as you close, which will vary according to the kind of shot as well as the other variables mentioned above. If anything is going to 'lead' it will be the hands and the lead leg. Now' if you drop a plumb line from the shooters nose at any point along the way, will it fall flat across his chest? Given human anatomy and the dynamics of the movement in relation to the opponent's movement, probably not, but that does not mean you 'lead' with your head. This is a classic case of not understanding what you are looking at. Now, we could get into knee to shoulder position, setting up the shot, dynamic movement vs ideal form (a tough concept for you role-play types) but that should be enough to give you the basic idea IF you really want to understand. If you just want to be a dick and deliberately remain or appear ignorant (and we know you do) then you will respond with some nonsense that proves you weren't paying attention to what I've just explained to you.

                              I await either the :

                              A) theory-boy d-bag response (expected)

                              Or

                              B) reasonable person who wants to understand something about wrestling response (would be a pleasant surprise)
                              And there you have it people!

                              Jubaji aka Master Bunny does it again!

                              DJForest, excellent question! But its no match for jubaji's street lethal knowledge.

                              It seemed to me that you've been asking how leading with the head can be a "good thing" in the context of self defense where weapons are present. Correct me if I'm wrong, but you(DJForest) wanted to know how leading with the head into the path of the blade, brick or any other sharp or blunt object could be considered prudent or practical as it pertains to non-choreographed or non-rule based combat.

                              Well Jubaji delivered!!!

                              What you seemed to have missed DJForest, was that you're actually NOT supposed to lead with the head "as much as possible"!

                              Jubaji aka Master Bunny says that it would be foolish to lead with your freakin' head when attempting penetration. That would be a rookie move. No, instead of leading with the head towards a knife/brick/bottle, Jubaji says stay vertical so that the entire body becomes a bigger target! With so many places to choose to stab/slice/bash, the attacker will become overwhelmed with indecisiveness ... giving the defender time to secure the shadow slam!!!

                              Now that is martial science, folks!

                              Jubaji aka Master Bunny sent us a video demonstrating the proper form to close the distance between you and a knife or baseball bat wielding thug and get proper penetration:



                              Now this may look "sporty" to some folks but let me tell you people this is hardcore stuff. This little gem of a maneuver is sometimes called "the shoot". This is what you'll find it called in most circles. But Jubaji has modified it to suit his street lethal system's needs. After augmenting the speed that is used with this move to an almost inhuman level, Jubaji has dubbed it the "Flying Thunder God" technique.

                              I'm sure you've heard of that, DJForest. Its legendary after all.

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