Friday, March 13, 2009

Team VPF Feature: Ali Sulit versus Lionel Zamora x 2





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31 comments:

Anonymous said...

walang pang 2 min yun 2 fights!!! HATAW!!!

. : DRAGORO : . said...

Fun to see Ali pumped and how he plows through everyone. Horde 'em up brother!

Anonymous said...

I timed the 2 fights. They're both less than 1 minute combined! first match 24 secs. second match 18 secs. Ok sa alrayt!

Anonymous said...

isa lang masasabi ko huwaw animal si ali

would have been awesome to see him against valda

Anonymous said...

animales!!! awesome technique!!!

Anonymous said...

That Ali guy's scary. Who's good to match against him in the purple belt division? Is the Hiro guy still competing? I think he's the only Purple in the PH that Ali hasn't defeated yet. Hiro's international credentials seem to match well with Ali's. BRING IT ON!!!

Anonymous said...

"Hiro's international credentials seem to match well with Ali's." -- ARE YOU F*&%ING KIDDING ME?!!!

Hiro is small compared to Ali. Ali will just toy with him before eating him and spitting him out! Sheesh! Get real, people!

Anonymous said...

Have Ali Sulit and Guillam Huni ever rolled together? Guillame a Fil/French living in Serbia, but comes back to the Pinas a couple times a year. That would be an interesting match up as Guillame likes playing guard while Ali is a top game machine

Anonymous said...

Guillame and Coach Ali have rolled in our gym before already. Before when we were in Moro and again last December. Coach played guard.

Anonymous said...

"international credentials .." Lets not forget his certified referee status too. indeed, It clearly shines during his officiating.

i thought Ali also fought in HK, Japan, US Pan-Ams etc?

rollapalooza said...

Hey Anonymous, to my knowledge Ali has not been able to compete in the Pan-ams but he has competed in the World Championships as a purple belt in the Adult division.

rollapalooza said...

Thanks for the posts everyone, but it would be great if we could keep the negative comments to a minimum.

Unless of course you are not an Anonymous, in which case, say what you want to say

Thanks again!

Gunther said...

Ali Sulit and Guillame would be a great match up. Really great. Hiro's the only purple belt Ali hasn't played against. Hiro's got international experience, Ali's not new to the international arena too.

Or for no-gi, Ali Sulit versus Stephen Kamphuis versus Marcus Valda versus TJ Tiu. 4 man tournament. WHO'S GONNA OUTLAST EVERYONE???

Anonymous said...

Who's gonna outlast everyone? The one with the most technical skill and best conditioning!

Gunther said...

OK people, let's take a vote:
Heavyweights No-Gi Survival

Marcus Valda
TJ Tiu
Ali Sulit
Stephen Kamphuis

TAKE YOUR PICK.

Anonymous said...

First of all, who's willing to put it on the line? Problem with most competitors in the Phils., especially the senior ones, is that they're apprehensive in putting it on the line. I admire those athletes that aren't too concerned about winning or losing or about "their name." Competition is a chance for growth and improvement. Seniors who step up set a good example to everybody.

Also, stepping up is one thing. Going where the challenge is real or greater is another.

With those 4, it's clear that they're all accomplished in their own fields. Marcus, a 3x SEA Games Gold medalist in Wrestling. TJ Tiu undefeated in MMA. Ali in Judo and BJJ. Stephen Kamphuis world champion in the masters division. They all step up indeed.

It's curious if any of them will step up against each other.

Anonymous said...

I remeber seeing Ali at the Mundials last year. I think he won his first fight in Absolute?(not sure) But in weight I think that he drew Neiman Gracie in the first round (?). Neiman ended up getting third at those mundials. He has the skills and is one of the future gracies. Not many of us can say we competed agianst a Gracie, let alone at the Mundials!

Link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qa0gUpNV2Lk

Anonymous said...

Ali and Marcus fought already, twice. Big props to the both of them, those two meeting on the mats is a testament that they would ultimately want to bring the sport forward. Both are great competitors and I know they're friends on and off the mat as well. Regard to the other 2, I don't know if they''ve ever competed here in the local scene. I think TJ Tiu's abroad, when he gets back, it would be good to see him grapple. Stephen Kamphuis? I think it would be great if he could share the locals the rich lineage and technique he has to get where he is right now. In the end, it's for the promotion of the sport. Who cares who wins or loses? We want to bring the sport forward.

Anonymous said...

Totally off-topic, but who are the top white belts in the metro? Names and affiliations please.

Anonymous said...

More importantly, who are the top grapplers in the country? Who from each team?

Anonymous said...

For me ito

VPF - Carlo Pena, Ralph Go, Ali Sulit, Jan Cortez, JR Santos, Gully Go.

New Breed - Aldo Torres, Tj Sulit,Francis Magbitang, Aaron Lee, Momon Fortich, Patrick J, Arnold Yen.

Gracie Barra - Carlo Blanco, Karl Rodriguez, Mae Masuda.

Anonymous said...

From a fan's humble point of view, and in no particular order -

White Belts:

VPF - Adrian Guggenheim, Ricky Gamboa, Henson Gosiaco, Aldo Vergel De Dios, Luis Nazareno, LA Sulit

New Breed - Lemuel Basa

KMA - Francis Uy, Mario Cunanan, Gilbert Ombao, Neil Ferreira, Bryan Lim, Mike Lim

Gracie Barra - Sabah Fadai, Kyle Kapunan, Raymond Varilla, May Masuda

Carlson Gracie - Eros Baluyot, Isiah Ortez

Hybrid Yawyan - Carl Sabeniano (competes at white belt tournaments and trains with VPF ata)

Submission Sport - Mark Vergel(competes at white belt tournaments and trains with KMA ata)

Blue Belts:

VPF - Carlo Pena, Jan Cortez, JR Santos, Macky Siazon, Peter Buendia, Gully Go

KMA - Mark Ng, Jaguar Tang, Noel Ang, Archie Celebre, Jonna Baquillas

Gracie Barra - Marcus Valda, Carlo Blanco, Ramon Isla, Toffee Ilagan,Karl Rodriguez, Franz Altejeros

Submission Sport - Erwin Tagle, Carlos Tiongson, Jed Baluyot, Macky Favis (All train with KMA ata)

Purple Belts:

VPF - Ali Sulit, TJ Sulit

KMA - Kevin Hindricks, Lionel Zamora

Gracie Barra - Jerome Lepiten, Fritz Rodriguez, Pichon Garcia, Allan Co, Richard Lasprilla

Brown Belts:

VPF - Ralph Go

Black Belts:

KMA - Stephen Kamphius, John Baylon

Gracie Barra - Alvin Aguilar

New Breed - Myles Vives

*whew

Good luck to AA, JB and MV whom i hear are competing in the mundials! Who else is competing? Good luck to them as well!Represent!

Anonymous said...

Hey,

TJ Sulit is with us in New Breed!

Anonymous said...

Hey,

TJ Sulit is with us in New Breed!



Oh ok. Sorry 'bout that, my bad.

Anonymous said...

Add Froilan Sarenas and i guess your're good to go bro.

Anonymous said...

Who's AA, JB and MV?

"Good luck to AA, JB and MV whom i hear are competing in the mundials! Who else is competing? Good luck to them as well!Represent!

Anonymous said...

alvin, baylon & marcus ata

Anonymous said...

oh wow.. good luck

Anonymous said...

Ralph Go and Carlo Pena will also be at the Mundials for sure. They're competing in the 2009 Pan-ams right now where Carlo just got 3rd place

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

alvin, baylon & marcus ata

Wala sila sa brackets pare.

Anonymous said...

Alvin's in the brackets. Black belt, Light, representing Gracie Humaita. He has his name mispelled: Arthur Alvin Aguilar not Arthur Alvin Aguila