MMA if you wrestled competitively for 4 years in high school

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  1. yes, wrestling /= jits

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  2. sandbagger

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  3. maybe

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  4. i has no opinion

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  1. geekboy

    geekboy Target Agent OT Supporter

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    should you compete in the nogi beginner division?
     
  2. brolli

    brolli OT Supporter

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    Beginner or intermediate yea, novice no. If this is not a subtle bragging thread, how much bjj do you have? How good of a wrestler are u?
     
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    $lacker FD/Dental/Canadian/Cage Crews OT Supporter

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    I assume he's asking because of someone else
     
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    depends not so much on the name of the division, but moreso the experience time frame associated with it.

    4yr wrestlers dont belong in a division under 9months experience.
     
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    one tourney at beginner (6mo+) and move up if/when you dominate..

    I don't understand how anyone who's even remotely competitive could delude themselves into thinking that winning while sandbagging is worth shit anyhow. :dunno:
     

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