3/24/2004 12:10pm, #41
You wouldn't belive how easy it is to throw people who have no experience resisting a takedown. This is more applicable to self-defence than it is to MMA, but if someone in the ring has is ignorant of Judo you could probably pull off any given throw once or twice before they figured out how to resist it.
Karo Parisyan got plenty of throws in against guys who knew how to resist takedowns, so either he is exceptionally gifted or his opponents were just not expecting it.
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3/24/2004 3:04pm, #42
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It's not as easy to choke someone going for a seionage as everyone seems to think. It's VERY difficult on someone who's good. And really I don't see anyone doing it to a good judoka except for a BETTER JUDOKA, who knows how to counter throws well.You want some birth control? You can smoke a cigarette.
3/24/2004 3:31pm, #43Originally posted by mikus
It's not as easy to choke someone going for a seionage as everyone seems to think. It's VERY difficult on someone who's good. And really I don't see anyone doing it to a good judoka except for a BETTER JUDOKA, who knows how to counter throws well.
Here is what goes through your head when someone counters your throw with te guruma: "Hey why isn't he going over OH **** where is the floo*BANG* (IPPON!).... oh... there it is."
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3/24/2004 3:41pm, #44
i've used hip throws to some effect...a lot of times when you grapple there are openings for a simple throw. I'd hate to discount somthing that has worked well for me in the past.
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3/25/2004 3:59am, #45
Hell, to counter a throw is not hard. My Bujinkan (ninjutsu) instructer knew heaps of ways to defed against a throw. You guys pay out ninjutsu. But I can tell you know if you tried to throw any of the guys I trained with, you'd get owned no doubt about it. Unless of coarse your a national judo champion or something along those lines.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!
3/25/2004 4:08am, #46
Sure he did...he could defend against a throw from some ninja wannabe like you. Great...very impressive. Thats like me saying Aikido training would allow me to easily throw a boxer because they worked on the other people in class.
Hell, every Judo person knows thousands of counters, and counters to those counters.
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3/25/2004 4:27am, #47
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Well i have seen Judo in mma, and i happen to know alot of fighters now are adding judo to there resamay, randy couture etc.... plus we have a few fighters that have there primary style as judo, yoshida, then there is his student yashero(something) and we have gomi the guy who beat the west -side stranggler last pride. Also under gene there is another mma fighter in UFC.Once a fighter, Always a fighter. Shawn
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3/25/2004 4:29am, #48
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3/25/2004 4:33am, #49
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Hannibal. if judo throws are so easily defended then why do you want to take judo?
3/25/2004 4:41am, #50
Because I like grappling and there is no BJJ anywear near me at all. Besides I've got quite a good Judo club here. I mean really spacious,brand new olympic mats the instructer was an ex olympian or ex olympic coach ? One or the otherand its quite cheap too.Anyway since BJJ is similar to Judo I thought Judo would be the next logical move for me to make to improve on grappling.Oh I also know the instructer there loves doing groundwork. Just something one of the other guys mentioned too me after I asked why so much groundfighting as opposed to standup sparring.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!