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    Was his gym the one featured on Human Weapon? What's the relationship betweem Sumo and Sambo?
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    The school on the Human Weapon was Igor Kurinnoy's Boretz School, it is the same school where the previous videos on this thread where filmed. In fact Steve, Aaron Fields and myself were technical consultants for that episode.

    The relationship between sambo and sumo is merely Igor is not only a multiple world champion in sambo but also a world medalist (if not champion) in sumo. As Igor puts it "sumo is like sprinting, sambo and judo is like distance running".

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    What's the throw he does in the first vid that looks like a vertical suplex with his leg shot under them? It's like an uchi mata meets a tomoe nage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Other Other Santa
    this is pulled from his instructional CD-ROM series. He's going slow here for video purposes. I've seen him at full speed and its fairly ridiculous. He's just badass, like James T Krk or something.

    There are some great transition moves: throws into leg/ankle picks, attempted throws into sweeps, reaps into jumping armbars and etc. Enjoy!



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    That is awesome and makes me want to do judo. I dont know too much about judo teqniques and stuff, but can i ask whats the throw at like 0:19? he does it like tree times in a row. He makes it look pretty easy...

    Thanks for posting it serge.


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    Quote Originally Posted by syberia
    That is awesome and makes me want to do judo. I dont know too much about judo teqniques and stuff, but can i ask whats the throw at like 0:19? he does it like tree times in a row. He makes it look pretty easy...

    Thanks for posting it serge.
    Well the first one was definitely uchi mata (awesome throw, one of my faves), the second and third ones were either osoto guruma or ashi guruma (I think the latter on both but honestly I'm not 100% here).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman
    Well the first one was definitely uchi mata (awesome throw, one of my faves), the second and third ones were either osoto guruma or ashi guruma (I think the latter on both but honestly I'm not 100% here).
    Ah, i wasn't watching carefully enough, i though they were all the same one, but i see the difference now (i think)... Thanks for that, easier to talk and ask questions about if you know names. They all looked very smooth.


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    GettingLessFat The throw you're referring to is called Gadavlia in sambo but in judo it's called the Khabareli. The reason it's called the Khabareli in judo is because it was introduced into judo by the famous sambo/judo player Shota Khabareli from Soviet Georgia, who popularized in the late 1970's.

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