Posted On:3/27/2008 3:23pm
Style: Kicking Bulimia Victims
The only way to describe this is that it is fucking insane. This fight, announced by Bas Rutten ends with a guillotine suplex performed by a maybe 5'2 gymnast.
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Posted On:3/27/2008 3:39pm
Style: FMA, Jujutsu/Judo/SAMBO
That was impressive. Maybe this guy needs to work on some technique, but damn does the kid have some dynamic power!
Posted On:3/27/2008 4:39pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
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Posted On:3/27/2008 4:49pm
I don't see the gymnastics in this. Being shorter, there is no way he could finish the choke standing, so he rolled into mount.
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Posted On:3/27/2008 6:06pm
That had to take some serious neck strength not to get his neck broken. I can't believe Bas still pronounces it Gill-oh-tine.
Posted On:3/27/2008 6:13pm
Style: Bits and pieces
No gymnastics, but you can see how it has given him monster strength.
Posted On:3/27/2008 7:58pm
I do a similar move all the time in wrestling (With a front headlock replacing the choke, of course). It's called The Rolling-Cement Job. Although I usually do it with a kick-over, with my leg in a single-leg takedown position.
Posted On:4/08/2008 5:56am
Damn that looks like it could breaks someones neck!
Posted On:4/09/2008 7:43am
Carrot-top could definitely have used some judo training. At about 00:37, he had gymguy in a double-leg, up high on his shoulder, and gymguy's head was sticking way the hell out. From there, the obvious go-to move for carrot-top would have been a sacrifice, either a souplesse (suplex) or a tomoe-nage-style back roll at speed. Gymguy's head would have thumped the canvas nicely...or he would have fucked up one or both of his arms posting to save his face.
Last edited by Vieux Normand; 4/09/2008 7:46am at .
Posted On:4/13/2008 9:49pm
Style: Boxing/MMA (Ex. Shotokan)
I agree, while he didn't show amazing technique or skill, holy **** was he fast and strong... I wonder what a parkour fighter would look like.
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