You are now the booker of WWE Post your choices for the following: >2016 Royal Rumble winner >next US champ >next IC champ >next Divas champ >next Tag champs >next MITB winner >Taker's opponent at Mania 32
>>878257 >>2016 Royal Rumble winner Cesaro >>next US champ Too Cool >>next IC champ Lita >>next Divas champ Bret Hart >>next Tag champs Pat Tanaka & Bradshaw >>next MITB winner New Day >>Taker's opponent at Mania 32 Meng
there are not much people to contact, but: >Morrison >RVD >Mysterio >Young Bucks >Slater >Carlito >Emilianenko as Monster heel without a manager >contract with Aerostar, but he needs to fit. >Jeff hardy with a lot of cocaine(no fett hardy) >Omega Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>877539 The best way to explain the appeal for me is that it's like watching old MMA. Back in the day you had two guys entering a ring who'd never trained outside of their respective disciplines; you'd see a boxer taking on a krotty, or sambo taking on TKD. Nowadays, everyone is trained in everything to some degree. WMMA is where MMA was 20 years ago.
I'm really torn between judo and BJJ and would like to hear views from the judo/BJJ practitioners out there.
I started judo a few months ago, but for a while now I've been thinking if I should switch to BJJ. I like grappling on the ground (maybe more than standing up), and many judokas seem to get their bodies more or less rekt eventually. BJJ seems much easier on the body. I like the cultural stuff and philosophy surrounding judo better though (bowing etc.).
I guess I could also do both, but would I make much progress in either that way? I train four... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Been doing both for several years. All other things being equal I'd recommend crosstraining to develop a more complete grappling game - preferably starting out with Judo as developing a decent standing game is harder than developing ground game. Make sure to invest enough time in that, even if you become discouraged by how hard it can at times be.
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