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Manifest
07-20-2006, 10:55 PM
http://www.youtube.com/v/LiEsktRiCXo

Just saw this instructional video. It is Bas Rutten, mixed martial arts fighter, who has fought Ken and Frank Shamrock. I'm not too sure if it's a joke or not but he's pretty funny.

As for knife content, a hawkbill knife with an opening hole is used in a few demonstrations. It looks like a FRN Harpy...but I'm not aware of any trainer hawkbill models...so the demonstrations would be with a live blade. :eek:

knightrider
07-20-2006, 11:29 PM
I think it was. Great videos. Interesting mix of street fighting with Hapkido locks and counters. The guy is very resourceful in that environment.

...then I slam his head on the table maybe 10 times...

Dr. Snubnose
07-21-2006, 01:04 AM
Kinda simple stuff...but hey sometimes simple works well........Doc :D

Puyallupknifegu
07-21-2006, 01:10 AM
I like this guy!!! He don't mess around! :D

spydo
07-21-2006, 01:10 AM
I think KISS method (Keep It Simple, Stupid) works best in street fight.

Spydo

Cameron23
07-21-2006, 01:37 AM
I think Bas is an ole' Holland Thai boxing guy...then he did Pancrase...then UFC.

Plus he's hilarious.

C :spyder:

JaM
07-21-2006, 02:10 AM
Indeed. He does a lot of UFC-commentary as well (I think it's UFC), and he's going back into the ring !! vs. Kimo IIRC.

This was more a hilarious video, I heared he did some good instructional videos as well.

Found this one:

click this: Bas on ESPN (http://youtube.com/watch?v=WzpPh1jbvAo&mode=related&search=rutten%20kimo)

Very nice interview, this is one of the guys who knows what he's doing.

JaM
07-21-2006, 03:58 AM
regarding the Kimo-Rutten fight:


July 20, 2006
by Josh Gross (joshg@sherdog.com)

Two days from his first professional fight since 1999, Bas Rutten (Pictures) was relaxing at home when he got the call that his opponent, Kimo Leopoldo (Pictures), had been forced off Saturday’s World Fighting Alliance pay-per-view card after allegedly testing positive for Stanozolol, a banned synthetic anabolic steroid derived from testosterone.

As of Thursday evening, California State Athletic Commission Chief Armando Garcia could not comment on the allegations. However, the WFA has already moved forward, signing Ohioan Wes Sims (Pictures), who was scheduled to compete July 28 on the WEC card honoring Ryan Bennett, to fill the vacated slot.

The 26-year-old Sims, who will pocket $30,000 for fighting Rutten on short notice, plans to catch a flight tonight from Houston, Texas, where he was training, to Los Angeles so he can undergo the battery of medical tests required for CSAC licensees.

This is not the first time Leopoldo, famous for his clash with Royce Gracie (Pictures) at UFC III, has failed a urinalysis.

Following a June 2004 UFC contest in which Leopoldo was knocked out by Ken Shamrock (Pictures), the Hawaiian was suspended six months by the Nevada State Athletic Commission and fined $5,000 for having Stanozolol, more commonly known as Winstrol — a popular steroid among bodybuilders for its weight-cutting benefits — in his system.

“Every guy who uses steroids to fight is a ****ing pussy,” said an exasperated Rutten. “For him to do this **** after all the promotion he did, all the **** he talked about me — taking me out in minutes and all that bull**** — apparently that was the steroids talking, right?”

Regarding the six-foot-nine Sims, Rutten said he respects the heavyweight for stepping up on short notice. However, the former UFC heavyweight champion indicated Sims requires a completely different game plan than the one he devised for Kimo.

“It’s a total different game,” Rutten said. “Everybody always says ‘oh it’s Wes Sims (Pictures), he lost this and lost that.’ But yea, if you’ve seen his last fight he’s trying really hard, training really hard. He’s got a fight next week. He’s going to be in shape. It’s a total different opponent for me. I got to put suddenly in my head a totally different opponent. For him it’s just a fight, you know.”

“It’s another thing for me,” he laughed. “Another challenge.”

And;


and the drama continues...

After agreeing to take Kimo Leopoldo (Pictures)’s slot against Bas Rutten (Pictures), Wes Sims (Pictures) has instead decided to honor his July 28 WEC commitment, Mark Coleman (Pictures) told Sherdog.com late Thursday, leaving the World Fighting Alliance again scrambling to find a suitable replacement for Saturday.

naggalowmo
07-21-2006, 04:41 AM
Wow....i had a HELL of a laugh watching that. Looks like some pretty good moves in there!

ghostrider
07-21-2006, 04:45 AM
Someone once posted that on another forum. Fun watch. Looks like a late Merlin with the squared end and barral bolt clip.

JaM
07-21-2006, 04:52 AM
Yes, it's the way I like to "do" or train jiu-jitsu... :D Some "classic" moves, with some elbows and knees thrown into the mix. Short, but brutal.

uhiforgot
07-21-2006, 04:44 PM
Very informative, and definitely a BIG variety of influences from the martial arts world. The first 2 pistol techniques were a bit out there, though... I mean, grabbing the slide of the pistol??? If the guy squeezes off a shot, your hand is gonna get pretty well shredded, and very likely burned! Then again, better than taking the bullet.

BTW, I agree with Ghostrider. The knife looks like a serrated Merlin.

-Jeff

Hannibal Lecter
07-21-2006, 04:58 PM
My Dear Friend,


...I mean, grabbing the slide of the pistol??? If the guy squeezes off a shot, your hand is gonna get pretty well shredded, and very likely burned!

Then again, better than taking the bullet.



Exactly. Grabbing the slide uses gross motor skills you are likely to keep even when scared sh*tless, and the life you save may be your own.

--------
Hannibal

Dr. Snubnose
07-21-2006, 05:56 PM
Grabbing the slide won't prevent the guy from squeezing off a round so careful about the direction of that muzzle, after that it should jam the gun up pretty good as it would be able to cycle another rounds...... Grab the cylinder of the revolver... will stop it good...no first round coming out the tube...Doc :D

Manifest
07-21-2006, 08:31 PM
Indeed. He does a lot of UFC-commentary as well (I think it's UFC), and he's going back into the ring !! vs. Kimo IIRC.

This was more a hilarious video, I heared he did some good instructional videos as well.

Found this one:

click this: Bas on ESPN (http://youtube.com/watch?v=WzpPh1jbvAo&mode=related&search=rutten%20kimo)

Very nice interview, this is one of the guys who knows what he's doing.

He did a lot of commentary for Pride FC. For those who have not heard of Pride fighting in Japan, here's a pretty good highlight!

http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=5804275960634938624&q=pride+fc+highlight

The UFC allows elbows but no stomps and knees to the head on the ground while Pride allows the opposite.

With all this hawkbill talk around the forums...I'm starting to want one now :spyder:

uhiforgot
07-21-2006, 09:10 PM
He did a lot of commentary for Pride FC. For those who have not heard of Pride fighting in Japan, here's a pretty good highlight!

http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=5804275960634938624&q=pride+fc+highlight

The UFC allows elbows but no stomps and knees to the head on the ground while Pride allows the opposite.
OUCH!!!

-Jeff