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    Sasae is the absolute, its a massively under appreciated and under used technique and you can really smash people with it, if you catch it flush.

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    After watching that, I think I may have to drill that till my feet bleed.

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    I like sasae tsurikomi nage and hiza guruma. It helps that they don't make my creaky, krotty-fucked knees hurt to do, unlike ogoshi.

    Dear OP; Try paying attention in Judo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Juggernoob View Post
    After watching that, I think I may have to drill that till my feet bleed.
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=105999

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    Many thanks you crafty Judo Wizard. Once you run out of current techniques to do profiles on, will you move onto former Judo, such as Kani Basami?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Juggernoob View Post
    Many thanks you crafty Judo Wizard. Once you run out of current techniques to do profiles on, will you move onto former Judo, such as Kani Basami?
    Lol no chance.

    I have about 2/3 technique articles left in me and then I'm done. Judo technique specific knowledge exhausted.

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    I was thinking about something more like this. I have never done wrestling before and I am curious how it would work in a fight without the classic rules. Wrestling appears to give good body control, good ground control, good strength, good endurance, wicked slams and suplexes. even the judo nutriders have to admit that wrestling have some cool moves and some very good practitioners.

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    Seriously try paying attention in Judo sometimes

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    one thing about judo practitioners.. they are not very good at ne waza. Another thing is that I think that these wrestling "throws" have more potential.. judo is still good but not the best :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uglybugly View Post
    one thing about judo practitioners.. they are not very good at ne waza. Another thing is that I think that these wrestling "throws" have more potential.. judo is still good but not the best :)
    Dude, ura nage...


    I won't even get into the ne waza thing.

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