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  1. shotokan is offline

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    Posted On:
    2/07/2003 10:05pm


     Style: JUDO

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    Planning to do Judo at a university club.

    Has anyone seen any Judo throws in Pride or UFC? What were the names the Judo throws pulled off? What happen to the guy who was thrown?

    I have another question. What style does Carlos Newton do? And Please don't tell me DBZ JJ.

    Thanks

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    Yes i've seen JUDO throws working at UFC without the GI also. Bryan Johnston Used No-Gi JUDO throws, also if im not mistaken Don-Frye used some in his early fights. Anyways many Takedowns are used in the UFC Osoto-Gari, Uchimata etc.

    Carlos Newton is training in BJJ aka GJJ he is a great Grappler, but it seems he has training in a stricking system as well...I have seen him throw some mean Kicks and Punches.
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     Style: Thai Boxing

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    LOL. Beware of the ki.

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     Style: Submission Wrestling.

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    "Has anyone seen any Judo throws in Pride or UFC?" : Yes, it you watch UFC greatest Hits no.1 you'll see one Judo throw I think.

    They can be used, but you're in danger of giving your back and more whe you land. But they can be used no gi definitely.
    "Training = pain." - I said that.

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     Style: Chinese Boxing

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    Although Newton may train in BJJ now he is actually traditionally taught Japanese Jujitsu player. Yes many a throw from judo has been done including 3 tomei nage (sp)

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    Posted On:
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    Go at www.sherdog.com In the Video section and Download the Carlos Newton Highlight, u will like that.
  8. shotokan is offline

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    2/08/2003 11:45pm


     Style: JUDO

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    Thanks for the replies. I'll check it out.

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