Thread: Finally - The slamming of Moose
7/28/2009 2:29pm, #61
7/28/2009 2:40pm, #62
7/28/2009 2:44pm, #63
7/28/2009 4:02pm, #64
7/28/2009 4:22pm, #65
I won't because I don't know all those Japanese terms ;)
I would ask you to use english, but then you would blow up your own spot!
7/28/2009 4:23pm, #66
Just looked it up! I am keeping my lips sealed..but it is a great counter.
7/28/2009 4:32pm, #67
7/28/2009 4:58pm, #68
Mark, if my sister had had your jaw lock when her attempted abduction happened, she might have gotten away without the good samaritan. She was trying to punch from a similar position, and she was literally being carried by a larger opponent.
Luckily for her, a man came out of the gas station, saw what was happening, and ran over and clocked her abductor in the jaw. If it had been midnight instead of noon, she might have been out of luck.
7/28/2009 5:09pm, #69
The jaw lock is a Combat Sambo move that needs to get taught more often in those kind of things. We had a 10 year old do it to an adult who snatched him up; broke his jaw in a snap....
7/28/2009 5:13pm, #70
Oh yes, the great jaw lock. Mark, you actually complimented me on a win with that back in 1998 at the Gene LeBell event in Canada. The only time we met I believe.
We use jaw lock a lot in guard.
My coach would grab a head and arm clinch, do a hip throw, and jaw lock you in the air...LOL. Most painful **** ever. He would get the clinch, drive his chin or head into your jaw and throw away...you are flying through the air in pain he would land with the lock in place (or just released) and with his full body weight upon thy body. Fight over. Done.