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RIP Quincy Rice aka Train Judo
10-15-2016, 03:41 AM
Post: #16
RE: RIP Quincy Rice aka Train Judo
(10-14-2016 03:44 AM)max power Wrote:  it was heroin.


After years of being addicted to prescription pills and then turning to herion. He went to rehab in February 2015 where he became clean and sober and found God. He started leading recovery meetings and helping others struggling with addiction. After almost a year and 8 months into his sobriety, the demons inside of him resurfaced and he relapsed, causing him to overdose.

Thank you for getting that out there man and that fucking sucks.

I'm glad I stopped training when I did and I kicked the fucking codeine when I did.

That happens to too many guys getting up there that have trained too hard too long. Doctors are more than happy to give you pain killers when you go see them and that shit latches onto your central nervous system big time.

Since getting off opiates, doctors have tried to shove them down my throat again several times, even after I explained I got hooked on that shit and had to kick it.

No pain is as bad as getting hooked on that shit. If it is, get out of the game.

RIP TJ. He was an awesome shitposter.

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10-15-2016, 04:00 AM
Post: #17
RE: RIP Quincy Rice aka Train Judo
(10-12-2016 11:47 AM)CTsar Wrote:  SO many old school UGers have passed away like that. Quincy, ArtV, Brian Davis, Evan Tanner, Caldog. Early MMA used attract some lonely types.

I think it's the physical pain. Old school UGers almost all either trained hard or actually fought. There weren't many there that were just fans back then. If you were on the UG, you trained or fought in real life.

Do that too hard too long and you're going be going to the doctor for shit: Pinched nerves, rolled ankles, dislocated ribs or joints, etc.

After the doc gives you those magic pills to take away the pain and making you feel really really good, you start seeing him more often, because you become scared of the pain and the doc knows how to stop it before it starts, and make you feel really really good.

That's how so many guys get hooked that train or fight.

Shit's ridiculous. If you need 'something for the pain', get out of the fight game.

I did, and it still took me years to completely get off the codeine. That shit latches onto you like nothing else. It will suck out your soul.

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10-15-2016, 05:47 AM
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RE: RIP Quincy Rice aka Train Judo
(10-15-2016 04:00 AM)Winnson Wrote:  
(10-12-2016 11:47 AM)CTsar Wrote:  SO many old school UGers have passed away like that. Quincy, ArtV, Brian Davis, Evan Tanner, Caldog. Early MMA used attract some lonely types.

I think it's the physical pain. Old school UGers almost all either trained hard or actually fought. There weren't many there that were just fans back then. If you were on the UG, you trained or fought in real life.

Do that too hard too long and you're going be going to the doctor for shit: Pinched nerves, rolled ankles, dislocated ribs or joints, etc.

After the doc gives you those magic pills to take away the pain and making you feel really really good, you start seeing him more often, because you become scared of the pain and the doc knows how to stop it before it starts, and make you feel really really good. Grappling is bad for your body.

That's how so many guys get hooked that train or fight.

Shit's ridiculous. If you need 'something for the pain', get out of the fight game.

I did, and it still took me years to completely get off the codeine. That shit latches onto you like nothing else. It will suck out your soul.

yes I have a friend that has trained for 10-15 years who is getting hip replacement at age 38. He was never a pro, just a BJJ brown level who occasionally competed at state level tournaments.
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10-15-2016, 07:43 AM
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RE: RIP Quincy Rice aka Train Judo
yep. taking sports too seriously is not healthy.

light sporting is healthy.
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10-15-2016, 11:44 AM
Post: #20
RE: RIP Quincy Rice aka Train Judo
(10-15-2016 05:47 AM)CTsar Wrote:  
(10-15-2016 04:00 AM)Winnson Wrote:  
(10-12-2016 11:47 AM)CTsar Wrote:  SO many old school UGers have passed away like that. Quincy, ArtV, Brian Davis, Evan Tanner, Caldog. Early MMA used attract some lonely types.

I think it's the physical pain. Old school UGers almost all either trained hard or actually fought. There weren't many there that were just fans back then. If you were on the UG, you trained or fought in real life.

Do that too hard too long and you're going be going to the doctor for shit: Pinched nerves, rolled ankles, dislocated ribs or joints, etc.

After the doc gives you those magic pills to take away the pain and making you feel really really good, you start seeing him more often, because you become scared of the pain and the doc knows how to stop it before it starts, and make you feel really really good. Grappling is bad for your body.

That's how so many guys get hooked that train or fight.

Shit's ridiculous. If you need 'something for the pain', get out of the fight game.

I did, and it still took me years to completely get off the codeine. That shit latches onto you like nothing else. It will suck out your soul.

yes I have a friend that has trained for 10-15 years who is getting hip replacement at age 38. He was never a pro, just a BJJ brown level who occasionally competed at state level tournaments.

I tore my pec back in June, tore the tendon off the bone and it caused and avulsion fracture where it ripped off. Had surgery in the last week of June.
Between the initial ER visit, initial orthopedic doctor visit, and post surgical treatment I was Rx'd enough oxycodone ans oxycontin to be a drug dealer. Literally hundreds of pills.
It wasn't even that painful , probably the most and weirdest discomfort I have ever felt but the pills did nothing but get me high.
The aching,post surgical , soreness and pain was real but guess what ....advil was great opiods didnt do shit but get me whacked.
SO I just used them recreationally , I sitll have a shit ton of them to.
Luckily for me I am not wired to easily become addicted to chemicals/drugs, if I was I would be fucked because I like to part and have had fun with coke , like to drink etc..Hell I quit chewing copenhagen after 25 years cold turkey 3 years ago and havent had any since.

My point is not that I can party and not get hurt, it is that some people are at a big disadvantage. It is possible for anyone to get addicted to pills but if you wired for it you central nervous ssystem's reward system will get totally highjacked and fuck. It's almost like being predisposed to diabetes or something.

So it really is sad to some one get the hooks of something like stuck in them.

Victims of the war on terror and the war on drugs in the most real sense.

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10-15-2016, 12:45 PM
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RE: RIP Quincy Rice aka Train Judo
Just in case though, flush those remaining pills down the toilet. or sell them and make some money. what's worse about my friends hip injury is that he will never be able to compete again or even roll. all of those years spent on the mat getting his brown belt have gone to waste.
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02-12-2017, 05:32 AM (This post was last modified: 02-12-2017 06:43 AM by Winnson.)
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(10-15-2016 11:44 AM)Hiptosser Wrote:  
(10-15-2016 05:47 AM)CTsar Wrote:  
(10-15-2016 04:00 AM)Winnson Wrote:  
(10-12-2016 11:47 AM)CTsar Wrote:  SO many old school UGers have passed away like that. Quincy, ArtV, Brian Davis, Evan Tanner, Caldog. Early MMA used attract some lonely types.

I think it's the physical pain. Old school UGers almost all either trained hard or actually fought. There weren't many there that were just fans back then. If you were on the UG, you trained or fought in real life.

Do that too hard too long and you're going be going to the doctor for shit: Pinched nerves, rolled ankles, dislocated ribs or joints, etc.

After the doc gives you those magic pills to take away the pain and making you feel really really good, you start seeing him more often, because you become scared of the pain and the doc knows how to stop it before it starts, and make you feel really really good. Grappling is bad for your body.

That's how so many guys get hooked that train or fight.

Shit's ridiculous. If you need 'something for the pain', get out of the fight game.

I did, and it still took me years to completely get off the codeine. That shit latches onto you like nothing else. It will suck out your soul.

yes I have a friend that has trained for 10-15 years who is getting hip replacement at age 38. He was never a pro, just a BJJ brown level who occasionally competed at state level tournaments.

I tore my pec back in June, tore the tendon off the bone and it caused and avulsion fracture where it ripped off. Had surgery in the last week of June.
Between the initial ER visit, initial orthopedic doctor visit, and post surgical treatment I was Rx'd enough oxycodone ans oxycontin to be a drug dealer. Literally hundreds of pills.
It wasn't even that painful , probably the most and weirdest discomfort I have ever felt but the pills did nothing but get me high.
The aching,post surgical , soreness and pain was real but guess what ....advil was great opiods didnt do shit but get me whacked.
SO I just used them recreationally , I sitll have a shit ton of them to.
Luckily for me I am not wired to easily become addicted to chemicals/drugs, if I was I would be fucked because I like to part and have had fun with coke , like to drink etc..Hell I quit chewing copenhagen after 25 years cold turkey 3 years ago and havent had any since.

My point is not that I can party and not get hurt, it is that some people are at a big disadvantage. It is possible for anyone to get addicted to pills but if you wired for it you central nervous ssystem's reward system will get totally highjacked and fuck. It's almost like being predisposed to diabetes or something.

So it really is sad to some one get the hooks of something like stuck in them.

Victims of the war on terror and the war on drugs in the most real sense.

I tried to rep this post, great post, but couldn't fit it in. Kek

I am super glad I could not get into cocaine. I lost two friends to it. It literally ate them alive.

Codeine was my thing. At my peak, I'd chuck 20-40 12.8mg tablets down my throat daily. A week of hell almost 10 years ago and I will never, ever put another opiate into my body ever again. No fucking thank you.

I thought I was gonna die, and I tapered down for months before I went cold turkey. Nausea (never vomited), diarrhea, shakes so bad I couldn't hold cutlery or use a keyboard, nose running like a faucet, chills and spasms. The works. I started being able to function again after about 4 days. After a week it was fine.

If you're too much on the opiates though, you might as well be dead probably. You see your whole life through that cloud that used to be so pleasant and yeah, you're not really experiencing life at all, just chugging through day by day, clouded out of your mind, trying not to be noticeable with your addiction. That is no life. If you really can't get off without bouncing over to something else, you're not going to be free.

A week of hell and if you don't die, you'd be a fool to ever go back on it again.

Fuck the doctors that push this shit so hard. They handed it out literally hand over fist for over a decade and now are trying to solve that problem, with other pills.

Big Pharma is one of the most evil enterprises known to man. There's way too much money in medicine.

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02-12-2017, 08:41 AM
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The medical industry is absolutely responsible for facilitating the heroin epidemic. But it isn't really the doctors fault as much as anything is anyone's fault. Most of them are just spineless and they do what they're told.
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02-12-2017, 08:41 AM
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Quincy was an excellent shitposter.
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02-12-2017, 01:16 PM
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Heroin is getting near impossible to buy on the street. That's because big pharma has taken over the poppy fields of Afghanistan I think. Now it's buy our fentanyl or go without. Only game in town.

Ask your doctor.
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02-15-2017, 10:23 AM
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I hate to hear that.

Yeah, the old school mma crowd was a rough bunch.

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02-17-2017, 07:23 PM
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When did Brian Davis die, and how?
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02-18-2017, 02:33 AM
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RE: RIP Quincy Rice aka Train Judo
(10-14-2016 03:44 AM)max power Wrote:  it was heroin.


After years of being addicted to prescription pills and then turning to herion. He went to rehab in February 2015 where he became clean and sober and found God. He started leading recovery meetings and helping others struggling with addiction. After almost a year and 8 months into his sobriety, the demons inside of him resurfaced and he relapsed, causing him to overdose.

This is how many addicts die. After a long bout of sobriety their body loses its tolerance for the substance they were addicted to. When they fall off the wagon they take the same amount they were used to taking and their body can't handle it.

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02-18-2017, 03:21 AM
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good post. that's why it's probably better to ease down gradually rather than quitting cold turkey
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02-18-2017, 04:52 AM
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(02-17-2017 07:23 PM)Redneck Wrote:  When did Brian Davis die, and how?

ODed/suicide in 2013:


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