Similarity of FILA Grappling to Judo and Sambo?
I'm hoping people with competition experience in Judo and/or Sambo could weigh in on this. I'm curious how similar the rules are.
http://www.fila-grappling.com/filead...TIONS_2009.pdf is the link for the full rules, what I'm particularly interested in is the illegal holds.
- Illegal holds include:
- Intentional breaking of bones or joints
- Punching, kicking, knees, forearms, elbows, head butts, malicious cross faces
- Eye gouging, pulling of hair, fishing hooking, biting, or attacking the groin
- Slams and spikes. At no time may a grappler intentionally slam or spike his/her opponent into
the mat. No slams in defense of submission attempts will be tolerated.
- Back splashes from standing back control
- Combination Joint locks/Throws
- Closed hand with use of the fingers to throat/trachea choking techniques
- Cutbacks from attached single leg/whizzer position
- Inside or outside heel hooks (does not include lace leg/lunduke leglocks)
- Chin ripping
- Can opener
- Pulling fingers and small joint manipulation. A grappler shall attack no less than 4 fingers or
toes when attempting to break a hold (i.e. no thumb locks allowed).
- Intentional grabbing of competition uniform (No-Gi only)
- Argument/insults towards the opponent or the referee
Anything that sticks out that isn't illegal in either and anything that is illegal in either Judo/Sambo but isn't listed here? Obviously leg locks aren't allowed in Judo. Anything else?