7/01/2007 2:26pm, #11
Nice. The single leg really seemed to be the dominant takedown.... much like in BJJ, MMA, and damn near every other form of grappling I've encountered.
There were one or two nice uchimata that impressed me.
Can anyone tell me, was the bit at the end sumo? Or was it just Mongolian Wrestling in sumo-like garb?
7/01/2007 2:32pm, #12
I like that move and use it myself as a counter to a counter to my fireman's carry attempt. I tend to end up with the opponent laying flat on their belly when I do it though, I'm not sure why, but it works for me. Maybe it's a short person's advantage.
Am I the only one that thinks the outfits look a bit.. flambouyant?"Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
7/01/2007 5:11pm, #13
Whenever someone asks what is Judo without the gi everyone should answer Mongolian Wrestling.
7/01/2007 7:51pm, #14Originally Posted by Yrkoon9
7/01/2007 7:57pm, #15
I've been shown a similar throw to this in Judo, I'm wondering though, the throw I was shown in Judo was a bit of a dick throw because if your opponent messed up flipping out of it he got a fucked up arm. Does this throw put similar pressure on the arm?
7/01/2007 8:27pm, #16Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
7/01/2007 8:32pm, #17Originally Posted by Yrkoon9
Slindslay: Yes it can.
7/01/2007 10:34pm, #18Originally Posted by Slindsay"Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
7/01/2007 11:15pm, #19
Originally Posted by Spider Baseball
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7/01/2007 11:31pm, #20
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Awesome clip I can see a lot of similarities between Mongolian wrestling and Korean Ssrieum. Especially in how the grip the shorts when attempting throws.