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I saw something I had not seen for awhile, somone making fun of Royce for wearing a GI. My answer is still the same when I go to the store or to work I alway wear a pair of pants and a shirt, most of the time a long sleeve shirt. I never go to work in shorts or speedo's and all greesed up. My point is the gi is more realistic than no gi

 

 

 

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Beiber says no to gi's and he'll be great one day' date=' he says they are for gayies like weak boy Royce.[/quote']

 

Delete your account, I can't take you seriously... "gayies?" Come on..... If that's really you I just wanna say you're gay, drop your balls.

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No. my point is in real life you wear more than shorts or speedos. If you get in a fight you clothing creates friction between you and your opponent' date=' just as a gi does in mma. Thats my point, next time try to come up with a little better response[/quote']

 

well then you should have put this^^^^ sentence in the post! YOUR THREAD MADE NO SENSE....there is someone moving in my damn hallway!...sh!t damn you bond

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No. my point is in real life you wear more than shorts or speedos. If you get in a fight you clothing creates friction between you and your opponent' date=' just as a gi does in mma. Thats my point, next time try to come up with a little better response[/quote']

 

yeah but no gi you can wear trousers and a t-shirt, no gi doesn't mean you just wear speedos or somethnig

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No. my point is in real life you wear more than shorts or speedos. If you get in a fight you clothing creates friction between you and your opponent' date=' just as a gi does in mma. Thats my point, next time try to come up with a little better response[/quote']

 

True but the trim on a Gi is FAR more to grip than ANY shirt...and most jackets. Not to mention the sleeves etc.

 

It's fine to train with a Gi for tradition or sport specific competition, but I definitely think anyone looking to get into MMA or for self defense purposes should also learn No-Gi.

 

Train No-Gi and be happy when the idiot who swings on you gives you extra traction with his Affliction shirt...but know you don't have to count on that shirt.

 

Cheers

 

-DR

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