HomeFight Shows · Fighter Talk Alexander Emelianenko Gets An Aikido Lesson On Russian TV Show Bruno July 2, 2013 Fight Shows, Fighter Talk 16 Comments Alexander Emelianenko Gets An Aikido Lesson On Russian TV Show. Tweet Pin It Tags:Alexander Emelianenko Tommy Toe Hold Show – Anderson Silva Wants To Fight Burger King Ron Waterman vs Roger Gracie Fight Video Bodog Fight – USA vs. Russia 16 Comments Ozinator July 2, 2013 that settles it! MMA is bullschit and I’m going to start training in Aikido Log in to Reply CaptainObvious July 2, 2013 Ooooo it’s maaagic!!! Like all the other mystical king fu garbage that doesn’t work. Lets see that “Master” prove his “skills” 1 on 1 with let’s day… Josh Burkman! Hahaha! Josh would killem. Log in to Reply ericsson July 2, 2013 Guys you just don’t get it Log in to Reply triplikeido July 2, 2013 Why do I feel the need to turn the volume up, when I have no idea what they’re saying? Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick July 2, 2013 HAHA they showed him how to do a game I used to play when I was 4 at the kinder garden,it was called choo choo train.How is that going to help Alex??I like that the only technique they had to show,they showed it on with 2 random fat guys instead of a pro MMA fighter I don’t know why… Log in to Reply MMAGiantSilva July 2, 2013 I speak Russian so I understood what they were saying but it didn’t make it any less stupid. He was mostly talking about mind control and how the guy (bullshit) was not flexing his arm in the 3rd one but his will power did not allow the big man to fold his arm. The first two examples I wasnt sure. The first one I believe he was talking about how the bigger guy can move the arm because he is stronger. The second was a limp arm exercise. And the third he had extra strong will power (lol) in the pushing excercise (also very stupid) he was talking about how if he concentrates on pushing just one guy it doesnt work than on the second his assistants moved and he was like see when i concentrate on 4 guys I can move it. Similiar last excercise but he used a childish trick of distraction to move the group + alex a couple of inches. ( FTW I only watched the video once and I moved to the States when I was 5 so my Russian is only average but I feel this is a very accurate interpretation of what was going on.) IMO Alex didn’t look thrilled or convinced or like he felt it was groundbreaking stuff. Log in to Reply gt July 2, 2013 ya they didnt show much here, but i have a friend who is a black belt in Aikido and that shit aint no joke when ur doing it with someone who knows his shit and isnt doing ***** things like that. Aikido can be very rough and very painful. if u can ever try the real thing with ppl who arent kidding around u will be surprised how effective some of the techniques are how painful this shit is. if u are interested u can see some combat and self defense aikido on youtube. Also i hope no one takes my comments the wrong way and think im saying its the most dominant Martial Art, becuz it isnt but its very useful if u know what ur doing, this is is actually mind blowing sometimes. Log in to Reply jona July 2, 2013 (==__==)!!! subtitles please Log in to Reply psxdogg July 3, 2013 Obviously the instructor was talking about the direction of force/energy. In fact, Aikido is all about re-directing ones energy to **** him up. Alexander was pushing his force in the wrong directions until the instructor told him to concentrate on what he’s exactly trying to push. Log in to Reply steven harper July 3, 2013 the choo choo train was funny Log in to Reply perulives July 3, 2013 Kung fu garbage that doesn’t work…? I’ve seen some ignorant comments on this site but you just took gold. I think you should look into the history of traditional martial arts a bit. Log in to Reply ETK July 3, 2013 Seems that he showed Alex that he needed to have better balance Log in to Reply straightAhead July 3, 2013 Not sure what the point of all that was… But what martial arts kimono is Alex wearing? The sleeves are sooo short! Log in to Reply Joe Dog July 3, 2013 Why? Log in to Reply Wow July 3, 2013 Aikido is great for disarming people, but if you’re putting them up against a trained sambo fighter, it’s pretty much worthless. Log in to Reply Rico Suave July 4, 2013 If I wanted a lesson in Aikido I would get it from Steven Seagal, after all, he’s shown Anderson Silva and Lyoto Machida a thing or two….right?..right?! Ha! Ha! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.