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    Old SAMBO throw: See if you can figure this one out

    I pulled this off during one of my sparring sessions and some of the guys wanted to learn it. We shot it in slow motion. This is not a go to maneuver but if you're ever caught here's something for you to try. What you do is secure his farside arm then shoot deep through very similar to a lateral. For those of you with a Judo background, think Sumi Gaeshi.

    You force them to shoulder roll over you, don't bridge and move your head away from the body. As he lands, let go of his wrist.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    I pulled this off during one of my sparring sessions and some of the guys wanted to learn it. We shot it in slow motion. This is not a go to maneuver but if you're ever caught here's something for you to try. What you do is secure his farside arm then shoot deep through very similar to a lateral. For those of you with a Judo background, think Sumi Gaeshi.

    You force them to shoulder roll over you, don't bridge and move your head away from the body. As he lands, let go of his wrist.

    In Judo that would be considered a variation (henka waza) of Hikkomi Gaeshi.
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    Very cool technique. Reminds me of the sumi gaeshi off the duckwing over a lapel grip, insofar that uke's path looks similar... I think my coach calls it hikeo guruma (the variation that I'm talking about).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKR View Post
    In Judo that would be considered a variation (henka waza) of Hikkomi Gaeshi.
    Never even thought of it that way. Great insight.

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