Posted On:8/14/2008 6:38pm
Style: On Hiatus
Don't be silly... Judoka can't be defeated.
It is the will of Kimura.
Posted On:8/14/2008 6:41pm
Kimura? Isn't he the guy who got knocked out by Rikizodan?
YouTube - Rikidozan V,S. Kimura
Last edited by Vince Tortelli; 8/14/2008 6:44pm at .
Posted On:8/14/2008 8:09pm
The best example I can think of is Royce Gracie Vs. Hidehiko Yoshida from Shockwave 2003, in what was billed as a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Vs. Judo match. This was a big matchup of two world class grapplers, and was expecially relevant since their first bout ended in so much controversy. Yoshida didn't look the greatest during the fight, and Royce dominated the positioning and strikes on the ground. It was ruled a draw since it was a special rules fight with no judges scoring, but Yoshida clearly took the most punishment. This domination was expecially notable since Yoshida outweighs Gracie by 50 pounds.
Posted On:8/14/2008 9:21pm
Style: MMA, functional JKD
Er... how 'bout that old episode of Everybody Loves Rickson where Rickson goes to Japan and basically owns the hell out of all of 'em and everybody is all like "Brazil has muuuuch honor." Did you guys see that one?
Yeah, that was sweet.
"You know what I like about you, William? You like guns AND meditation."
Posted On:8/14/2008 9:49pm
Style: Ronin wannabe
Pawel Nastula lost against Nog in his first MMA fight. Also lost to Barnett and Aleks.
King of the Impossible
Posted On:8/14/2008 10:01pm
Didn't BJ Penn beat up a bunch of Judo black belts for fun?
Bassline to the Mainline
Posted On:8/14/2008 10:10pm
**** you OP I will not do your homework for you.
Posted On:8/14/2008 10:27pm
See my article on the "Merikan" boxing vs. judo matches of the early 1900s - http://www.bullshido.org/Merikan . There are records of boxers winning vs. judoka in these bouts, but it's hard to tell from the historical record whether these fights were works or shoot.
The second volume of the Bartitsu Compendium - http://www.lulu.com/content/3115394 - includes a large section on these types of contests.
Posted On:8/14/2008 10:55pm
See my article on the "Nevarikan" boxing vs. judo matches of the early 1900s - http://www.bullshido.org/Nevarikan . There are records of comet punchers winning vs. judoka in these bouts, but it's hard to tell from the historical record whether these fights were works or shoot.
How far Judo has fallen...
it's all vanity
Posted On:8/15/2008 2:39am
I see what you did there.
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