8/23/2012 11:19pm, #21
I have used the back suplex in an altercation, and it knocked the guy out. Truth be told, it scared the crap out of me because I thought I had killed him for a second.Shut the hell up and train.
8/23/2012 11:32pm, #22
8/23/2012 11:44pm, #23
That way I can use that **** in the cage, or if on the street I can send a jacker into a coma.
Was it like these?:
Originally Posted by Goju - joe
8/23/2012 11:45pm, #24
8/24/2012 12:35am, #25
I'm moving this to YMAS because the OP requested the story, and I follow my own rules about not posting a bunch of off topic shite in the technique forum.
Still suffering from the Galahad syndrome at that point, I rushed to the back yard to do my part. Hitched up when I got there though. Drunk guy was over 30. From my experience, older men were tougher and could take more damage. I was highly intimidated and Galahad snuck back in his hole for a few minutes.
When he singled me out (I always get singled out by crazy or drunk people, that's why I no longer go to bars), I knew that I needed to throw him for all I was worth and hope it was good enough.
Looking back, I'm pretty sure that the fear was evident in my voice when I answered his questions. That's the only reason I can think of regarding his decision to subsequently take a swing at me. Luckily for me, he was drunk so his haymaker was easily avoidable. I ducked under, secured the back, squatted and threw him pretty nicely. I turned slightly and he hit the side of his head and a bit of shoulder I think.
Since it was a slightly off angle back suplex in the first place he definitely didn't hit the back of his head. His neck was bent quite rapidly to the side (as opposed to back or forward) a good amount however when the rest of his body came down on top of it. I can only guess this is what knocked him out.
Regardless, I have never suplexed anyone after that because he was out out for 15 minutes. It was funny at the time because I almost **** my pants after the fight was over.Shut the hell up and train.
8/24/2012 10:45am, #26
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Te guruma isn't a suplex, but it might be the kind of throw you're looking for. It's actually pretty easy and it requires surprisingly little strength.
8/24/2012 12:40pm, #27
The fact that your video thinks te gurum and sukui nage are the same thing gives me severe doubts about the validity of its instruction.
8/24/2012 1:54pm, #28
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