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My NAGA experience

Postby 808_Hawaii » Thu Nov 04, 2010 3:49 am

*Update August 4th 2012*
Just competed earlier today and had the finals recorded so I thought I'd share it :biggrin:





Just some older videos of me at NAGA Hawaii 2010 October 23rd.

Im the Japanese guy with the blue gi or white shirt with black shorts

Middle teenager 150lb weight class :biggrin:

Rate and let me know what you think.

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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby Tech » Sun Nov 07, 2010 3:33 pm

Congratulations dude
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(19:38:51) Baga: i heard a russian space station ran into some space junk and fixed the damaged exterior by replacing it with mikes jacket
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby TheMouthofMMA » Wed Dec 01, 2010 5:34 pm

Nice work, congrats!
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby 808_Hawaii » Wed Feb 09, 2011 3:31 am

Haha wow im surprised my post was still here =p
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby MuayCrim » Fri Feb 11, 2011 2:29 am

Kingomegared would be proud, you pull guard like a pro. Great job. I'm surprised Naga uses 3 minute matches though. Sub Hunt's 5 minute matches kill me.
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby Elzaf » Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:28 pm

props to you mayne.
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby 808_Hawaii » Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:35 pm

MuayCrim wrote:Kingomegared would be proud, you pull guard like a pro. Great job. I'm surprised Naga uses 3 minute matches though. Sub Hunt's 5 minute matches kill me.


Thanks and its because im 17 competing in the teenage division.

Adult divisions are 5-10 depending on belt color.

Blue 6
Purp 7
Brown 8
Black 9 or

Elzaf wrote:props to you mayne.


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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby discoowl » Mon Feb 14, 2011 7:25 pm

nice work but you need to work on your ground and pound :mrgreen:
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby 808_Hawaii » Fri Mar 04, 2011 6:01 am

discoowl wrote:nice work but you need to work on your ground and pound :mrgreen:


haha made me laugh. i thought you were serious and going to say something :lol:
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby kittenkicker » Mon Mar 14, 2011 7:55 am

Nice man. Now get your ass in gear and win a world title then transition to MMA, and start clowning fools.
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby 808_Hawaii » Thu Jun 07, 2012 2:51 pm

Wow I cant believe this was nearly 2 years ago 0.0

So many things I could've done better looking back.

I love Jiu Jitsu, don't you? :biggrin:
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby Fearless6691 » Fri Jun 08, 2012 12:36 pm

808_Hawaii wrote:Wow I cant believe this was nearly 2 years ago 0.0

So many things I could've done better looking back.

I love Jiu Jitsu, don't you? :biggrin:

Yup!
Hopefully you have worked on your wrestling, pulling guard at Naga is zee bla
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby 808_Hawaii » Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:10 pm

Fearless6691 wrote:
808_Hawaii wrote:Wow I cant believe this was nearly 2 years ago 0.0

So many things I could've done better looking back.

I love Jiu Jitsu, don't you? :biggrin:

Yup!
Hopefully you have worked on your wrestling, pulling guard at Naga is zee bla


Haha, my friends told me the same so they made me take up wrestling my senior year just to get some takedown basics.

And after wrestling season had finished I took up Judo for a season as well.

Of course one season is not enough time to be an expert but I got a good grasp and basic foundation of Judo and wrestling.

Whats you're background bro?
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby Fearless6691 » Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:30 am

808_Hawaii wrote:
Fearless6691 wrote:
808_Hawaii wrote:Wow I cant believe this was nearly 2 years ago 0.0

So many things I could've done better looking back.

I love Jiu Jitsu, don't you? :biggrin:

Yup!
Hopefully you have worked on your wrestling, pulling guard at Naga is zee bla


Haha, my friends told me the same so they made me take up wrestling my senior year just to get some takedown basics.

And after wrestling season had finished I took up Judo for a season as well.

Of course one season is not enough time to be an expert but I got a good grasp and basic foundation of Judo and wrestling.

Whats you're background bro?

I use to get taken down all the time so I really had to force my guard to be extremely dangerous. So I learned the rubber guard path. I hired a DII college wrestler to teach me how to wrassle and brung is a black belt to teach us some throws. Judo is... well.. the only way I can describe judo is, NOT the gentle way lol. Judo is tough, I don't like judo with a gi anymore. I have actually adapted my wrestling to a counter judo game and my judo game is counter wrestling.
My last fight the guy tried to O Goshi me with a head and arm and I got double unders and side suplexed him. Judo is dangerous in MMA, for both fighters lol.

Anyways, idk why I added all of that but my background is an all around game.
How my game evolved
I sucked at grappling < Kept getting taken down and submitted < Learned defense and how to keep guard < Got a great guard < Still kept getting taken down < Learned TDD (More like learned to whizzer) < Couldn't take anyone down < Learned TDD < Got stuck in guard < Learned to pass guard < Win
This has been a long process but it is really cool out it works
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Re: My NAGA experience

Postby 808_Hawaii » Tue Jun 12, 2012 11:12 pm

Wow that it some good shit bro.

You doing grappling matches or MMA?

Either way you must be a beast haha
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