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Thread: JUDO REAR MOUNT

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawdog
    I'm not certain, but I'm pretty sure that guy is a BJJ player, not a judoka, based on his gi.
    It's Yoshida vs. Abbot.

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    It's shameful he had his feet crossed. Jesus, that's embarassing.

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    I see "BJJ" people do that all the fucking time. At one of the tournaments I went to, they didn't have ankle-locks in the amateur division, UNLESS someone had you in read mount and they crossed their legs. And there were plenty of ankle locks that day.
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    BJJ white belts shouldn't have an excuse either, but an OLYMPIC Judo guy??

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    I tried that triangle over the crossed ankles thing... It didn't work. I thought I was going to tap someone for being stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KumaOni
    Speaking of the rear mount. In judo, without being overly mean, is there an effective way to just sub a guy? I hate when people turtle on me, I just want to stand up and drop kicks into their ribs but alas rules say I cant. I like working the choke from turtle, but arm bar is good too...
    I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but when somebody turtles on me I usually "break him down" and try to grind his face into the mat, as soon as he sticks an arm out for balance, throw a juji gatame. That's one basic tactic.
    Quote Originally Posted by DCS
    It's Yoshida vs. Abbot.
    o.K., I stand corrected.
    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost
    It's shameful he had his feet crossed. Jesus, that's embarassing.
    Although I'm a stickler for the fundamentals, I'm quite certain Yoshida knows what he's doing. I wouldn't be too embarrased for him.

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    First off, he's got one foot on top of the other, not quite crossed yet. No danger of an ankle lock there.

    Second, and more importantly, he was fighting Tank Abbott. I'm not sure if Tank has ever heard of ankle locks, let alone pulled one off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatdown Richie
    Second, and more importantly, he was fighting Tank Abbott. I'm not sure if Tank has ever heard of ankle locks, let alone pulled one off.
    What he said.

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    Judo doesn't allow ankle locks in competition.
    It's easy to see how bad technique can creep in when you don't get punished for it.

    That feet-crossed ankle-lock is mentioned in A-Z of Judo by Syd Hoare.

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    IF, and this is a pretty big IF, you are fighting soemone you believe to have rudimentary skills but is physically strong, crossing your ankles gives you more control, IF you don't think it puts you at a risk that you can't counter.

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