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    Judo against Sanda

    At the same dojo we judokas are training we have some other guys that do sanda. We would like to do some friendly matches with them. We want to finish off fast with a choke/jointlock without getting hit too much. Does someone have advices on how to deal with them ?

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    sounds pretty cut and dry! stand up with them=getting ass beat! take fight to ground=victory! Style mach ups are cool though sanda vs. judo. You should cross-train with them. I would love to go to a gym that taught those to styles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoodedmonk
    sounds pretty cut and dry! stand up with them=getting ass beat! take fight to ground=victory! Style mach ups are cool though sanda vs. judo. You should cross-train with them. I would love to go to a gym that taught those to styles.
    at our gym they teach budokai too...i would've liked to cross-train with that but unfortunately i don't have enough time to do another style.

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    Well if you can only train one style you picked a good one! close the distance and kick there ass! good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Macho
    where do you train?
    I'm from Romania, i don't think it really matters where i train, we don't have well-known dojos

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    It depends on the ruleset these friendly matches are held under. What rules are you planning to use ?

    Under most variants of San Da rules your groundwork won't help, and you'll probably be restricted to how long you can clinch with them for before it's seperated.
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    You should also get used to working on opponents not wearing a gi top unless the match rules force them to wear a gi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion
    It depends on the ruleset these friendly matches are held under. What rules are you planning to use ?

    Under most variants of San Da rules your groundwork won't help, and you'll probably be restricted to how long you can clinch with them for before it's seperated.
    Ouch! good point I just assumed you would be sparring under mma rules.:5propelle

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