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    after thinking even deeper thoughts I've come to the conclusion that since it would only supposedly work after you kick the balls and whatnot the move is a useless fanypants since your opponent would be pretty much finished after some knees to the balls and head IF THAT WOULD WORK

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    Quote Originally Posted by original_witty View Post
    after thinking even deeper thoughts I've come to the conclusion that since it would only supposedly work after you kick the balls and whatnot the move is a useless fanypants since your opponent would be pretty much finished after some knees to the balls and head IF THAT WOULD WORK
    Your depth of thought lacks depth and thought. Not that I disagree with you on this subject. It's just the idea that this subject would take any depth of thought, lacks thought and depth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original_witty View Post
    Well it's commonly taught in filipino and indonesian systems. while puter kepala is a vague term which means something like a circle throw where u pass the head underneath a limb (so can be catching a round kick to the waist and passing the head of the opponent underneath his leg) it usually is the one you see here at 3:38, the throw they show after they say "filipino panantukan" YouTube- Ron Balicki Demo
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    my neighbor trained with Ron at degerberg. They were getting tested for a Muay Thai belt and I dont think Ron passed. . . this was a long time ago though:eusa_danc

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    I used a variation of this from the duck under in MMA last week. The arm pushing the head was yanking down from a dirty boxing clinch, and I just kept it with me while popping behind. It didn't dump my partner but it did set him up for strikes nicely. More of a thing to boggle somebody better than shoving in just one direction.

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    I used to play around with these, but there's just too many ways to avoid them. One guy I tried it on countered with a kata garuma, and I was so impressed that I forgot to stop him from rolling into a mount.

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    Puter kepala, or spining head, can be used starting from 0.33 position.
    YouTube- Judo vs. Wrestling

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    Quote Originally Posted by tataksarella View Post
    Puter kepala, or spining head, can be used starting from 0.33 position.
    YouTube- Judo vs. Wrestling
    They have that tactic from that position in wrestling already- it's called a cow catcher.

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