Falling: Judo vs. Wrestling
I think everyone who practices it can agree that Judo puts a decent amount of emphasis on Ukemi - or the ability to fall without hurting yourself.
However, if you watch a good deal of Folkstyle or Greco-Roman wrestling, it becomes apparent that their methods of falling, while having a passing resemblance to Ukemi in Judo, do not seem to follow the same conventions.
One simple example is, in Judo, when you get hip tossed, most people will hang on to one arm of the person who performed the throw. Since I don't know Judo, I'm going to speculate this is something designed to help you keep your head up and prevent you from landing on it. However, if you watch wrestlers get hip tossed, they don't seem to want to keep the contact with the thrower and instead will start moving as if they are setting up for an immediate hip-heist or something.
I suppose the above example could come down to a Gi or mat issue. However, I suspect there is more to the manner that each art chooses to fall. I was hoping that people with more experience could shed some more light on the fickleness of the fall fashions.