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  1. Kokujin is offline

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    Leozinho vs Fukuzumi? Serious spanking...suit you sir, suit you!:new_tomat
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    I like the choice of videos. Its nice to see that BJJ is so big in Japan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kokujin
    Leozinho vs Fukuzumi? Serious spanking...suit you sir, suit you!:new_tomat

    I would expect nothing less of a Judoka trying to enter a BJJ comp. The skills are not so easily transfered at the higher levels. One thing I did find funny is that Leozinho took him down, I am sure that Fukuzumi was shocked that a BJJ player's tachiwaza would be that good.
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    Leozinho is very good at judo , just look at him against vitor shaolin ribeiro ( former brazilian greco-roman national champion by the way ) at the Professional League of Jiu Jitsu 2000 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

    http://onthemat.com/save_video.php?videoid=263
  5. MEGALEF is offline

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    Damnit man. Is every video on the entire video linked directly to your brain?

    edit - Looked at the video. Jujitsu is so much more fun to watch when the tachiwaza isn't just about who can pull guard first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MEGALEF
    Damnit man. Is every video on the entire video linked directly to your brain?
    :qgreenjum

    For some good tashiwaza and newaza just take a look at leo leite , pan am judo champion and bjj world champ




    http://www.x-combat.com.br/campeonat...el%20Napao.wmv
  7. Kokujin is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by MONGO
    I would expect nothing less of a Judoka trying to enter a BJJ comp. The skills are not so easily transfered at the higher levels. One thing I did find funny is that Leozinho took him down, I am sure that Fukuzumi was shocked that a BJJ player's tachiwaza would be that good.
    You know the funny thing is that most bjj students that I know are afraid of judo throws...me included! If someone throws my ass around like that I don't think I'll get up any time soon. I guy that I knew in Gracie Barra Lisbon won a couple of fights in England by throwing around his opponents with his sweet judo skills and then using bjj to dominate on the floor. He's a second dan judo black belt and a purple belt in bjj.
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    I usually dominate guys in my BJJ gym if we start standing because they are used to wrestling takedowns and not Judo throws. Its a whole different kind of hurt between the 2.

    Wrestling is great if you do a lot of no-gi BJJ or sub grappling but wrestling is not as strong as Judo in the gi.
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    The videos contained in this thread have not only put my level of suckage at BJJ in proper perspective, but I now have an urge to train like I haven't in a long time. All I need to do now is heal my damned shoulder and get back on the mat.
    Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
    ...Willing is not enough you must do
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    Quote Originally Posted by MONGO
    I usually dominate guys in my BJJ gym if we start standing because they are used to wrestling takedowns and not Judo throws. Its a whole different kind of hurt between the 2.

    Wrestling is great if you do a lot of no-gi BJJ or sub grappling but wrestling is not as strong as Judo in the gi.
    We learn some judo throws in class...and I have to say that it's always a "ouchy" situation. I like to throw people up and down, but I have a almost irrational fear of being tossed around ever since I saw a guy in high school with a dislocated shoulder after a fight with a judo kid! But I bite the bullet and train that stuff...wanna learn to toss people on concret and against walls. :violent1:
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