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Friday, July 27, 2012

I'LL HAVE THE JEGUEPLATA (AKA ŻOGOPLATA) WITH A SIDE OF THAT SOME PRETTY INNOVATIVE SH*T.


I'm warning you all, my Polish is a little rusty so I'm sort of spit-balling some of this. I think the guy demo'ing the technique, Kuby Zawadzkiego, is saying something like "This Jegueplata (żogoplata) technique I do is so sick and inventive, I'm crushing fools like my training partner here on the regular.  Oh, and I really love DSTRYR/SG.  They're the best."   Again, I could off a bit.

What we have here is some pretty innovative plata-esque shoulder subbing technique. I've never seen anything exactly like this, and we applaud that.  Inevitably, one of you will feel compelled to remark about how your coach invented this move in '94 in Sao Paulo and how you do this in flying mode and win a bunch of tournaments with it. Oh, and of course, you do this "all the time." But, to us, this is new stuff and we think exceptionally badass. I'm not going to belabor the point, but these Polish MMA fighters and grapplers are both tough and super slick motherf^ckers. That's just proven.

All of this comes to us by way of our cooler and more Polish brothers at GrapplerINFO.pl, pretty much the coolest Polish MMA/BJJ site around. 

Było kurewsko dobrze!

5 comments:

  1. Yea, those are badass. What a good way to utilize that oft-overlooked scarf-hold position.

    Too bad you guys didn't have access to those techniques back in 39' huh? Too soon? :D

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPjpI2G3A3s&feature=related

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  3. looks legit, nice Polish there at the end!

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  4. It looks like a really interesting technique. I'm going to give it a try. I wish that there was a translation for the explanation though.

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