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failsonnen Says, in 2-6-2013 at 10:06:48 from    

ouch! the stairs watch the stairs–oh wait too late…

drewblood Says, in 2-6-2013 at 10:10:48 from    

cool, now I don’t need to download the screener torrent. thanks!

canguy Says, in 2-6-2013 at 11:02:05 from    

LOL at the flying armbar thing. That’s exactly why I say wrestling won’t work on the street. In real life doing that on concrete that girl would have a fractured skull or broken spin or something. Even doing the move you’d get injured.

MangyMongoose Says, in 2-6-2013 at 11:09:10 from    

Who’s the drag queen dressed as Carano…oh wait…

glassjoe Says, in 2-6-2013 at 11:35:20 from    

Coochie Kick!!!!!!! Nice!!!
Right in the Baby Maker!!!

ken shiro Says, in 2-6-2013 at 13:12:07 from    

Is this the new Jackass movie?

ktktk Says, in 2-6-2013 at 13:37:57 from    


In my experience, wrestling works better than anything in the street…boxing second (as long as you’re not facing a wrestler). BJJ is good too but if you have no takedowns you’re in trouble.

Ozinator Says, in 2-6-2013 at 13:41:37 from    

wrestling works great on the street, canguy! slams? but yeah a flying armbar isn’t a good idea nor is pulling guard (unless the street is made of grass)

ash Says, in 2-6-2013 at 14:05:05 from    

Thats bjj not wrestling dumbass

Sammy Says, in 2-6-2013 at 14:13:21 from    

flying armbar is not wrestling. It’s BJJ and in terms of 1 on 1 self defense nothing beats BJJ IMO

El Cunado Says, in 2-6-2013 at 14:34:50 from    

I cringed, & came at te same time? the F***?

failsonnen Says, in 2-6-2013 at 15:43:20 from    

Wrestling can only get you so far since many times in fights you are in a situation with more than one opponent. Therefore running is the best XD

odin Says, in 2-6-2013 at 16:57:55 from    

So stupid.

Broffessor x Says, in 2-6-2013 at 17:22:18 from    

a fun beats Bjj sammy

Broffessor x Says, in 2-6-2013 at 17:23:25 from    

PISTOL that is…

Wow Says, in 2-6-2013 at 19:03:03 from    

agree with fail sonnen. One on one confrontations are a way of the old.

TheKungFuLowKick Says, in 2-6-2013 at 19:05:07 from    

Of course grappling is not recommended in a 1vs many fight but in 1vs1 wrestling is pretty usefull.I boxed 4 years before ever grappling and I still feel more comfortable grappling then boxing.If you know how to wrestle and grapple and you fight a guy who doesn’t,it’s like fighting a child.But you might be a good boxer and still get hit by 1 punch in a flurry,and 1 punch from a bigger guy technical or not can knock you out easily.

What’s the point of having an ex MMA champion in your movie and make her fight like every other crappy action movie??Gina should tell the stunt coordinator to F*** off.She should challenge him in a fight and only if he beats her he could tell her what to do in fight scenes.These scenes are so stupid it’s hard to believe the stunt coordinator ever threw a punch in his life.

Omfg Education Time Says, in 2-6-2013 at 20:16:57 from    

Lmfao @canguy @sammy @failsonnen, if hitting the concrete fractures anything trust me you won’t ever be fighting anyone, because you are soft. And reading that wrestling does not have armlocks?! Fake WWE wrestling is based on Catch Wrestling(spreading, compressing, stretching joints and limbs) which is English and is VERY real and has been around longer than BJJ, ya bunch of nut huggers. It just so happens that it was the first MMA ever developed outside of Pancrase combining every form of European grappling, and much more effective(as studied by Gene Lebell and subsequently Bruce Lee). As MMA bouts in the 60′s and 70′s in Japan concluded that Catch wrestling was dominant over Pancrase, Judo, and all other styles of martial arts(sorry Mr. Seagal), and so was formed Shoot wrestling in Japan to try and make it a sport, not just a fake carnival attraction like the U.S. did.
Catch Wrestling is responsible for the term “no holds barred” which includes testicle pulls, finger and toe breaks, fishhooking, eye gouging and lid pulling, ear and nose biting, and the obvious hair pulling. Some of my favorite moves taught to me include: Armbar, Straight Armbar, Jap Armbar(zipperhead special), Hammerlock, Leg Lock, Ankle Lock, Knee Bar, Achilles Tendon Hold, Ab Stretch, Head Lock, Body Scissors, Head Scissors, Single and Double Wrist Lock(Kimura to you BJJ homers), Sleeper Hold, Chest Lock, Key Lock, Half and Full Nelsons, and my all time favorite the Indian Deathlock… the list goes on and on. BJJ was developed and modified for people like Royce Gracie who didn’t have the physical tools to beat strong men, and it worked. BJJ is great and has progressed into more like Catch Wrestling with rules for MMA practitioners because of the hardcore work ethic, minus the plethora of illegal moves. Similar to Judo competions, Wrestling competitions are modernly held without submissions, for safety concerns, which would account for the misconceptions of boring and ineffective.
Catch Wrestling > BJJ in any situation… just ask Sakuraba, Barnett, Couture, Gomi, ect…
Anyways striking is still the the best and is “the Big All that Ends All”.

couchtat Says, in 2-7-2013 at 09:07:35 from    

So carano doesnt do her own stunts then….lol thats funny…..fully phleged actor now then!

Steve gotti Says, in 2-8-2013 at 04:44:31 from    

I bet Carano has a pretty coochie


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