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  1. Judobum is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey Triangles
    Does he only do it when you settle for that grip?

    I'm no Judo expert, but I don't think I would use the grip you have in the video with him so deep and dominant on the inside.

    sick throw though. I really like it.
    It's not that hard to get the hand around the back, particularly when your opponent likes to take a high grip. Keeping your opponent bent over like that for the throw is trickier but you're not going to keep them down as long as in the demo, you'd hit the throw as soon as you bent them in competition/randori.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyFive
    I was always taught that if you have an over the back/head grip, you keep the elbow down specifically to prevent people from coming in for o-goshi.

    (Of course, usually I'm way more upright too ...)
    if you're taking a collar grip for uchimata, 99% of the time they're reaching with a straightened arm (or slight bend), they're not reaching in such a way that their elbow blocks you from coming forward. take that opportunity to step in and get your belt/low back grip. alternately if they're trying for a grip on your far lat (was taught it primarily for a combo between uchimata and sumi gaeshi), you're basically in this position.
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    Finally got a chance to see this and was skeptical at first. It's not too bad. That posture is very predominate in lightweight Judo and very much in BJJ. Its very Koga like in the foot insertion. Overall I give it a 7.5.
    Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey Triangles
    Does he only do it when you settle for that grip?

    I'm no Judo expert, but I don't think I would use the grip you have in the video with him so deep and dominant on the inside.

    sick throw though. I really like it.

    I know, and I would never let a guy break my posture when I was in his guard, or let him take me to the ground in the first place.

    There is no LET anyone do anything. You fight for grips.
    More human than human is our motto.
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     Style: Kickboxing, Judo

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    I like it - it's a thousand times better than the standard o-goshi!
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