Posted On:2/14/2005 10:36am
Style: Muay Thai & BJJ
Double KO! Karo's head smacked the mat also. Im sure he was alittle dizzy after that. Nice work though.
"The next one I will take will pay for my loss. Someone has to pay!" ~ The Axe Murderer
Posted On:2/14/2005 10:50am
Regarding Laimon's "head throw" comment - it's a really risky move. In Judo, you don't care if someone takes your back after you've thrown him hard, 'cause the match is over by then, and even if it's not, you don't get penalized for having your back taken (massive flaw in the judo rules IMO). In MMA or even sub grappling, it can be disastrous. In my very first sub grappling tourney, I won two fights because people tried that throw on me. And if I remember, in that scene in TUF, the guy who went for the throw got countered and had his back taken.
Karo's throw is great, except for his own ukemi (ouch). I'd say it's an o soto gari attempt that turns out a harai goshi.
There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
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Posted On:2/14/2005 9:35pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Originally Posted by Traditional Tom
Good lord that looked painful.
Nah, he used his neck to break the fall
Posted On:2/14/2005 9:41pm
Guy Who Pays the Bills and Gets the Death Threats Style: MMA (Retired)
This also should remind everyone to train their neck...
Posted On:2/14/2005 9:54pm
Style: WSL Wing Chun
Posted On:2/16/2005 7:33am
BTW it reminds me this comment
"it maybe works in takada dojo, but it will never work in a ring"
eddie bravo about the kimura from the back that a japanese pro wrestler (you-know-who) was doing in renzo gracie before he broke renzo's arm
Last edited by bait; 2/16/2005 7:44am at .
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