Oct 4, 2011

PKC is taking a couple days off!


Gonna be busy moving again, so I'll be back shortly in a couple of days! Check out my giant-ass backlog of posts in the meantime!

 (I've got over 600 now, holy hell.)

Oct 3, 2011

Self Defense Lesson: Punk Gets KO'd by Gulf War Vet (Brachial Stun)

I'm going to break down an old viral video-

If you haven't seen this one before, here's the story behind it:
Gulf War veteran Jason Smith, 35, had no idea why some punk came on his property and started becoming foul mouth with him. Jason, it turns out, is a master in karate and jiu-jitsu and was being filmed felling the foul-mouthed punk outside his home as a crowd gathered. His wife Rebecca cowered with their 22-month daughter was later quoted as saying, "I was proud."
If you watch closely, he didn't knock down the punk with a left cross, it was actually a knifehand chop to the carotid artery, the infamous "Judo Chop" parodied by many movies, but more on that in a second. Today's post is going to be about some basic self-defense tips one can glean from that video:

  1. Arms-ready position > Arms down and wide. The latter may make you look more aggressive and thuggish, sure, but not very good for defense. The arms ready position also leaves you ready to fence out your opponent and able to push him back at a moment's notice.
  2. With enough speed, strength, and practice, almost any move can be effective, emphasis on practice. Older vets may recognize the brachial stun, aka the judo/knifehand chop, something almost completely disregarded in modern martial arts classes as useless, but there is Mr. Smith above, using it right in the appropriate context. Notice he throws it nearly straight down the pipe, like a good cross.
  3. The most important lesson here is: Don't be a dick to strangers. You never know who you're going to mess with. The dumbass chav in the video above learned this lesson the hard way.


Oct 2, 2011

Panda Judo Throw!


What, did you think I was lying about the pandas?
What kind of throw would that be categorized as? A one-handed kata-guruma/fireman's carry?

Is Japanese MMA Dead? (Bloody Elbow)

I personally blame it on their love of pink lettering.
There's an ongoing pattern with how MMA writers respond to Japanese MMA. When Takanori Gomi lost to Nate Diaz, pieces went up exclaiming the "end of Japanese MMA's relevance". The same thing happened to Maximo Blanco, and it's been the story everytime a fighter cutting his teeth in Japan comes to the US, and loses. So what's the real narrative here? Are their North American counterparts just better? Or are other factors at play?

Obviously, you can't talk about the decline in Japanese MMA without first looking at how the major shows burst into political flames. For Pride, it all started with rumors filed against Pride's then parent company, Dream Stage Entertainment, of being connected with the Yakuza. The pressure that came from these allegations in print forced FujiTV to drop DSE-related programming, and the rest was history.

Japanese MMA isn't what it once was, but what has happened to all the ranked fighters? To Kid Yamamoto? Michihiro Omigawa? Takanori Gomi?

Read the rest here: http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2011/9/30/2459770/tony-loiseleur-and-daniel-herbertson-illuminate-the-why-in-the

Oct 1, 2011

UFC Live 6 Results!


Via Sherdog

Walel Watson vs. Joseph Sandoval

Round 1
They touch gloves, and Watson begins lobbing low and high kicks. The rangy Watson's low kicks eventually go awry however, tagging Sandoval in the groin. Mario Yamasaki gives Sandoval a moment to recover while warning Watson. Upon resuming, Watson scores a not-so-high head kick that sends Sandoval to his posterior. Sandoval pops up and Watson pursues with punches as his wounded opponent backpedals. Watson lands more shots that send Sandoval down to his rear, and Yamasaki steps in to stop the bout. A not completely out but very disappointed Sandoval pops back to his feet as Yamasaki waves off the fight at the 1:17 mark.

Josh Neer vs. Keith Wisniewski

Round 1
Neer and Wisniewski exchange hands to start the round. Wisniewski fights to get the Thai plum, but Neer simply puts him against the cage for it. Wisniewski circles out and give Neer a parting elbow before separating. Neer pecking at Wisniewski with the inside low kick. Neer swings with big right hands and short punches to the head and body in the single collar tie. Wisniewski lands knees to the legs and body in the clinch in response. Wisniewski tags Neer with a left hook, but Neer pushes forward with more punches and uppercuts in close. Wisniewski offers knees in response, but in the clinch, gets lashed by Neer's short, sharp elbows. A left hook to the body hits Neer right at the horn, causing him to double over a moment later as he returns to his corner.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Neer
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Neer
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Neer

Round 2
Neer lands a nice straight right in between jabs. Wisniewski tries to clinch but eats a barrage of short elbows for his trouble. Wisniewski throws a few elbows of his own and some body punches. Neer however doesn't seem to be showing the damage to his body as he cuts Wisniewski's face to bloody ribbons. Dan Miragliotta, seeing Wisniewski's mask of blood, calls time to have him checked. The ringside physician seems to have no problem with allowing the fight continue. The fight doesn't continue however as Miragliotta tries to locate Neer's missing mouthguard--apparently, it's fallen into the seam of the Octagon cage and canvas. They finally get it after a minute, and upon resuming, Wisniewski goes for the single leg. Neer balances and defends, continuing with his standing elbow rampage. When Wisniewski disengages, he's treated to a steady stream of jabs and a right hand. Neer attempts to finish the fight in the final seconds of the round with a guillotine, but the horn saves Wisniewski.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Neer
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Neer
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Neer

The doctor has stopped the bout due to lacerations above both of Wisniewski's eyes, which were caused by standing elbows from Neer. The official time is 5:00 of round two.

Shane Roller vs. T.J. Grant

Round 1
Roller circles and throws punches as Grant walks him down, lobbing single shots. Roller hits an uppercut as Grant puts him down with the single leg. In the scramble, Roller momentarily reverses but Grant sweeps and secures side control where Grant drops elbows to the face. Roller reverses again and locks a guillotine from on top in Grant's half-guard. Grant pops out and gets to his feet. He drops punches as he falls back into Roller's guard. Roller goes for the guillotine, but Grant passes to side control, taking him out of immediate danger. Roller goes to turtle position and targets a leg as Grant drops elbows and punches from the crucifix. Grant maintains control, dropping punches for the final twenty seconds of the round.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Grant
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Grant
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Grant

Round 2
Grant throws jabs and low kicks to start the round. Roller goes for a leg but is stuffed, eating knees to the body. Roller eats hooks as he pushes Grant up against the cage. Roller slugs it out with Grant in the center of the cage and scores with a few wild haymakers, but gets put on his back immediately after. Roller has the guillotine for a moment, but Grant pops out and moves to side control. Roller drives for his legs, which a pancaking Grant uses to spin again into the back-crucifix. Roller escapes and reverses into Grant's guard. Grant looks for an escape but gets caught in the guillotine again. Grant passes to Roller's back and tries first for the rear-naked choke, but transitions to the arm bar before the final seconds expire. The horn saves Roller, however.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Grant
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Grant
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Grant

Round 3
Both men trade jabs and lead hooks. Roller whiffs an uppercut as Grant connects with a stiff right hand. The American shoots for a takedown, but Grant stuffs the attempt. Roller switches to the single leg, and Grant goes for the guillotine. As soon as Roller pops his head out, Grant switches immediately to the armbar. Fernando Yamasaki jumps in to stop the bout, despite the fact that Roller has not visibly tapped. Roller angrily protests as boos shower the Octagon. The official decision nonetheless goes to Grant, who wins by submission at 2:12 of the third round.

Byron Bloodworth vs. Mike Easton

Round 1
Easton dances in front of Bloodworth, looking very much like stablemate Dominick Cruz. They trade single punches and kicks, but nothing significant lands immediately for either man. Easton tries to swarm Bloodworth with punches against the cage, but Bloodworth fires back counter hooks, pushing him back. Bloodworth drives for a takedown and is stuffed, but manages to put Easton against the cage. The Maryland native spins his opponent into the cage to land some knees to the legs before Kevin Mulhall breaks them up. Easton hits a spinning back kick to the belly of Bloodworth as he stalks him against the cage. Bloodworth misses a spinning elbow. Easton punishes him with a hard low kick. Easton pancakes another takedown at the final ten seconds, pops to his feet and lands a low kick before time expires.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Easton
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-10
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-10

Round 2
Bloodworth trying to keep Easton at range with punch-kick combos. Easton walks through them however, looking for big hooks and hard low kicks. Bloodworth drops for a takedown, but it's half-hearted. Easton lands a hook to the face in response. Bloodworth flies into Easton with a grazing knee, to which Easton answers with a right hand and low kick combos. Easton continues to hunt Bloodworth with punches and punishing low kicks against the cage perimeter. A frustrated Bloodworth circles until eating a kick to the groin. Kevin Mulhall stops the bout momentarily to allow him time to recover. Upon resuming however, it's more of the same: Easton stalks with Bloodworth around the Octagon with punches and low kicks. Bloodworth sucks Easton into the clinch, where both men trade knees. Easton fires some high knees up and around to the side of Bloodworth's face before firing two sharp knees to the body, dropping him to the canvas. Eatson finishes with punches on a fetal Bloodworth as Kevin Mulhall steps in for the stoppage at the 4:52 mark.

Paul Sass vs. Michael Johnson

Round 1
Sass flies out with a flying knee after both men touch gloves. Sass goes to the ground early, but Johnson lobs a few punches and backs away. The Briton fires off some punches to close the distance, but "Menace" counters with flurries of his own, both marking up Sass and staying away from him when he drops down--twice--to pull guard. Johnson ducks under two spinning elbows and misses a flying knee of his own. This gives Sass the opportunity to pull Johnson into his guard. After a frantic scramble, Sass goes for a heel-hook. Sass takes a few moments to adjust his hold before spinning over to torque the knee-shredding submission. The American taps out at the 3:00 mark.

Yves Edwards vs. Rafaello Oliveira

Round 1
Oliveira swarms with punches, putting Edwards against the cage early. The Brazilian launches some knees to Edwards' body before being shoved off. Oliveira again swarms with punches, but Edwards circles out. A southpaw Edwards paws with his jab and lobs a high kick, which Oliveira blocks. Edwards tries again, this time grazing with the high kick. "Tractor" tries still to connect with flurries, but the Bahaman native evades, firing back with low and body kicks. Now acclimated, Edwards ducks under and evades Oliveira's strikes to fire back with short punches and kicks. Oliveira shoots and Edwards sprawls. Edwards pops back to his feet and both men trade shots in the final seconds before the horn.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Edwards
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Edwards
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Edwards

Round 2
Edwards scores low kicks, blocking Oliveira's winging counter punches. Oliveria again storms forward with punches. Edwards momentarily takes him down, but the Brazilian gets immediately to his feet. Edwards pushes forward with his southpaw jab, and eventually tags "Tractor" with a big left. Edwards looks to finish with punches, but Oliveira recovers under fire and backpedals. Edwards drops him again with a big head kick and takes top in half-guard to drop punches to his face. Oliveira is apparently out as he's eating the punches though isn't trying to defend at all. Mario Yamasaki allows him the benefit of the doubt, and so to prove he has this fight in the bag, Edwards moves to the back mount to drop more punches. Yamasaki finally makes the mercy call, stopping the bout at 2:44 of the second period.

Matt Wiman vs. Mac Danzig

Round 1
Wiman gets started with low kicks and haymakers. Danzig gets in close and clinches, mixing things up with dirty boxing before pressing Wiman against the cage. They disengage and Wiman catches a high kick to put Danzig down against the cage. Danzig snakes an arm around for a guillotine, but Wiman pushes through it and escapes. Danzig gets to his feet and marks Wiman up with more punches in the clinch. Unfazed, Wiman shells up and pushes forward to return punches. Wiman throws standing elbows in close, still pressuring Danzig with punches. Danzig spins Wiman into the cage and then eats a hard knee to the belly, forcing him to step back. Wiman pursues with punches and body kicks, pinning Danzig against the cage. Wiman hits a nice right hook over the top in addition to his short punches in close. Wiman brings Danzig to his knees with the takedown attempt, but Danzig pops back to his feet just before the horn.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Wiman
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Wiman
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Wiman

Round 2
Wiman presses forward with low kicks and punches again, pressuring Danzig to circle away. Danzig sucks Wiman into the clinch and eats more short elbows. Danzig breaks and circles away, eating more low kicks and punches. Wiman continues his forward momentum, walking into a Danzig takedown. Danzig passes to side control for a moment before Wiman quickly recovers guard. Wiman creeps his legs up for a loose triangle attempt. "Handsome Matt" quickly chains into an armbar and arches back. Danzig hangs on for a moment before escaping to drop punches from inside guard. Wiman tries for the kimura from bottom instead, but Danzig defends by grabbing his shorts. Wiman lets the attempt go and stands up against the cage to eat a Danzig flurry. Wiman fires back with punches of his own to push Danzig back. They fall into the clinch again, where Wiman fires of knees and Danzig connects with short punches. Both men look to be slowing down, but Wiman continues to rack up short elbows just before the horn.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Wiman
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Wiman
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Danzig

Round 3
Wiman continues to pressure Danzig, pushing forward with a superman punch and kicks to the body and legs. He walks through Danzig's punches, cornering him against the cage. Both men trade positions against the cage, Wiman firing short elbows, Danzig popping him with punches and dirty boxing. Wiman blows a trip takedown but gets to his feet to continue to attacking in the clinch. Danzig welcomes him, marking him up with punches. Wiman drops for a takedown, and Danzig reverses, putting Wiman down against the cage. Danzig in riding time position, dropping punches to the side of Wiman's face now. Danzig passes to back mount and Wiman escapes out the back door to take top in half-guard. Wiman drops elbows to the face as Danzig recovers half-guard and tries to control distance to lessen the force of Wiman's blows. Danzig works to his feet in the final thirty seconds. Both men fight it out with short punches and elbows until the final ten. Wiman drops for a takedown and Danzig locks on the guillotine. Wiman gives a thumbs up to say he's okay however, just as the final horn sounds.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Wiman (30-27 Wiman
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Wiman (30-27 Wiman)
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Wiman (29-28 Wiman)

On the official scorecards, all three judges rule the bout 29-28 for your winner by unanimous decision, Matt Wiman.

Charlie Brenneman vs. Anthony Johnson

Round 1
Brenneman shoots into a push kick, but on his second attempt, he gets pancaked by Johnson. Johnson drops short left hands to Brenneman's body, hammering to his head with his right hand. "Rumble" adds in knees to the body, keeping Brenneman pinned to the mat with his right forearm over his neck. Johnson spins to take the back, but Brenneman concedes instead to give him top in half-guard as he flips to his back. "The Spaniard" throws up a guillotine attempt, but Johnson pops out. Johnson tags Brenneman with a head kick as he dives for a takedown. A little wobbled, "The Spaniard" gets to his feet and leans against the cage. Rumble steps in and plants his shin across Brenneman's face, sending him straight backward onto the canvas. Mario Yamasaki jumps in to call the bout, despite the fact that Brenneman is sitting up, apparently not completely out cold. The official time is 2:49 of round one.

Stefan Struve vs. Pat Barry

Round 1
Struve connects with a kick to the body to start the action. Barry walks cautiously forward, looking to close the distance. He connects with an inside low kick, misses with a lunging jab. Barry blocks a high kick, but doesn't engage. Dan Miragliotta encourages them to step up the action. Barry covers up as Struve throws a flurry of punches and kicks. Barry walking forward, ducking under hooks to pump a southpaw jab and low kick. Struve reaching out with his long jab and low, pushing kicks now, keeping Barry at range. Barry swinging with big hooks, but misses them. Barry blocking and parrying jabs and push kicks. Barry closes out the round with a missed flying knee.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Struve
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Barry
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Barry

Round 2
Barry continues his pattern from last round, pushing forward to look for big hooks. Struve fires back with punches, but eats a hook and rebounds off the cage. Barry racks up more leg kicks, and Struve returns with low kicks of his own. "HD" parries Struve's push kicks, pressing forward, looking for lunging uppercuts. The Dutchman pulls Barry into the Thai plum. Barry pries himself free and connects with a swiping left hook as he eats a grazing knee to the body. Struve ties Barry up with the guillotine, but "HD" moves quickly to escape. Soon after however, the American finds himself having to escape the triangle choke. He picks "Skyscraper" up for a big slam, but the 6'11" Dutchman stays both conscious and latched on after going for the ride, pulling out one of Barry's arms in addition. He forces the tap with his triangle armbar soon after, at the 3:22 mark.

UFC Bantamweight Championship
Dominick Cruz vs. Demetrious Johnson

Round 1
The champ gets things started with punches and leg kicks in the center of the Octagon. Johnson fires back with a string of counter punches. He misses with a high kick, but follows with a lightning quick shot. Cruz stuffs him and trips him with a big throw to the canvas. "Dominator" takes top position, almost in mount if not for one of Johnson's legs, keeping him elevated and off of him. Cruz passes to side control instead and locks "Mighty Mouse" beneath him. Both men trade short punches. The challenger recovers butterfly guard and pops to his feet. Johnson escapes and pursues Cruz with punches and a high kick. Cruz catches it and puts him back on the canvas. Johnson dives for a leg, but the champ pulls his leg out and steals side control. Johnson pops again to his feet and pushes Cruz up against the cage with the takedown. He momentarily puts Cruz on his posterior, but "Dominator" bounds to his feet where both men trade knees in the clinch. Cruz ducks under and spins out the back, eating two right hands on the way out. Johnson again stuffs Cruz up against the cage. He steps back and both men trade single shots in the final seconds.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Cruz
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Cruz
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Cruz

Round 2
Johnson tags Cruz with a counter flurry and kick. The champ takes Johnson down against the cage, but Johnson fights back to his feet and puts Cruz against the cage. They trade knees, and Cruz throws a big right hook on the way out, grazing "Mighty Mouse." Johnson pursues Cruz with punches and shoots again. Cruz stuffs him and puts the challenger against the cage, looking to slow it down. They trade more knees in the clinch. Johnson defends a Cruz trip takedown and puts the champ against the cage. Cruz locks up the Thai plum, but misses with the knee as Johnson breaks free. Back in the center of the cage, Cruz looks for punches to connect as he dances. Johnson however outpaces him with quick explosive flurries and low kicks. Cruz takes a deep breath and tries again to connect with single punches. Cruz lobs a knee, which Johnson counters with a takedown attempt. Cruz reverses and puts Johnson on posterior, eventually pulling him down to his back. The champ drops elbows at the end of the round, but Johnson blocks.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Johnson
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Johnson
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Johnson

Round 3
Both men snipe at each other in the center of the Octagon, but it's Cruz that connects with body and leg kicks. Johnson backing up now, looking for opportunities to counter with singles and one-twos. "Dominator" pursues with his jab, then gets in close for the trip takedown. It's foiled, but he gets the rear waist-lock instead, chaining it right into a suplex to take the challenger's back. He completely flattens "Mighty Mouse" and sinks his right arm, looking for the choke. Johnson spins in defense and saves himself, but Cruz just reapplies the choke. Johnson breaks his grip and escapes, getting back to his feet. Cruz gets Johnson up against the cage again and brings him back to his rear on the canvas. The challenger pushes the champ's head away, trying to push him away for space, but Cruz stays glued on. Johnson on his back now, working butterfly guard while trying to defend against elbows. "Mighty Mouse" gets to his feet in the final ten, and both men trade short punches and knees in the clinch.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Cruz
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Cruz
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Cruz

Round 4
Johnson lands a nice crisp low kick, stalking Cruz against the cage. Cruz circles out and gives chases with single punches. Johnson stays just out of range, landing grazing low kicks. Both men throw wide punches, barely connecting. Johnson tags Cruz with a left hook as the champ retreats. Cruz circles and puts Johnson up agains the cage, breaking him down to put him on his back. Cruz looks to free up his arms and make space to drop punches, but Johnson defends. Cruz instead passes to full mount. Johnson hangs on to the champion's head to keep him from sitting up. "Dominator" drops short punches to the side and top of the challenger's head. Johnson recovers back to guard, then gets to his feet, stuffing a single leg attempt. Johnson pushes forward with punches as Cruz backpedals, just out of range. Johnson chases the champ with single punches, scoring only once before being stuffed against the cage. Cruz lands a knee to the face and puts Johnson on his back. "Mighty Mouse" kicks Cruz away and surges forward with punches. Cruz goes for the single leg, just at the horn.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Cruz
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Cruz
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Cruz

Round 5
Both men touch gloves for the final round. Johnson explodes forward with punches and a kick that Cruz ducks under. Cruz captures Johnson's back in the waist-lock and again, gives him a suplex ride. Cruz takes top in side control, dropping short punches. The challenger recovers to half-guard, then full guard. "Dominator" drops punches and elbows, settling into guard. "Might Mouse" scoots his way back to the cage, ostensibly to help himself back to his feet. Cruz fights to keep Johnson on his back, but the challenger nonetheless wall-walks his way back to standing. Johnson connects with punches as he fires his way out of the clinch. Johnson--now with some swelling under his right eye--steams forward with punches, pinning the champion against the cage. Cruz flips Johnson over his hip, but Johnson pops back to his feet and pushes forward with more punches. Cruz dances just out of range, drops levels, and puts Johnson on his back. "Dominator" passes immediately to mount and Johnson flips to his belly, chucking Cruz off in the process. Johnson looks up at the clock, and seeing that only 15 seconds remain, he explodes with strikes. The champion keeps his cool however and puts "Mighty Mouse" on his back with a takedown, just as time expires.

Tony Loiseleur scores the round 10-9 Cruz (49-46 Cruz)
Freddie DeFreitas scores the round 10-9 Cruz (49-46 Cruz)
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Cruz (49-46 Cruz)

Judges Richard Beltran and Jeff Blatnick both have the fight 50-45, while judge Cardo Urso sees it 49-46, all for Dominick Cruz, who retains his bantamweight championship.

Best K-1 Fight I've Seen - Zambidis vs Chahid - HDNet Fights

The first 30 seconds of this fight is worth it alone. Jesus Christ.
Here's what is basically 12 minutes of a Muay Thai clinic - Zambidis vs Chahid, HDNet Fights

Well, the only reason I don't watch K-1 as often is because of the goddamn announcers. I'd recommend watching this excellent kickboxing match with the audio muted. IE:
I'M GONNA HAVE A HEART ATTACK!
I'M GONNA HAVE A HEART ATTACK!
I'M GONNA HAVE A HEART ATTACK!
LOOK AT THAT SWING!!
LOOK AT THAT SWING!!
LOOK AT THAT SWING!!
I'M GONNA HAVE A HEART ATTACK!
I'M GONNA HAVE A HEART ATTACK!
I'M GONNA HAVE A HEART ATTACK!
Dude, shut the hell up.

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