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  1. Gezere is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebell View Post
    im not familiar with the technique, is the idea that tori jams uke right below his knee, and then forces uke to trip over tori's leg by manipulating uke's wrist?
    the gif is too small to make it out properly.

    p.s. i also think i saw a retarded attempt to kozure kote heneri in there.
    You basicly grab the wrist and straighten the arm. Your near arm will under hook the arm. This is to lock the arm and keep it tight. You near leg will block the uke's leg at from the shin down. Then you fall backwards like doing koho ukemi. It never works on anyone resisting.
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    Asia video...

    at 4.09 "can you show us a Sifu Rudy attack?"

    LMFAO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere View Post
    You basicly grab the wrist and straighten the arm. Your near arm will under hook the arm. This is to lock the arm and keep it tight. You near leg will block the uke's leg at from the shin down. Then you fall backwards like doing koho ukemi. It never works on anyone resisting.
    If i understand your explanation correctly, one simply lifts leg that is blocked and its not unthinkable you can gain a side position (in stance/clinch) while tori is messing around trying to throw you.
    right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebell View Post
    wait...so in order to not get raiped it is of the utmost importance to...spread your legs?
    It's worked for me, thus far.

    Quote Originally Posted by helmutlvx View Post
    One thing about the horse stance.

    Just because that bitch put her center of gravity lower doesn't mean it's impossible to knock her ass over.

    Kiba-dachi is horrendously weak to pushing from the front and back. Furthermore, the example that chick used of "getting thrown into a van" wouldn't make sense because most guys would do what I would do.

    Pick that bitch up in a fireman's carry. Them skinny cunts ain't heavy.
    Did you see in the first video (at 0:30-ish) where she's all like "Pull my horse." then, when the guy grabs her opposite shoulder and starts to wobble her, she's all "No, not like that!"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larus marinus View Post



    Did you see in the first video (at 0:30-ish) where she's all like "Pull my horse." then, when the guy grabs her opposite shoulder and starts to wobble her, she's all "No, not like that!"?
    yeah i noticed it.
    i think she's about 60 kilo grams.
    she's probably really easy to lift, like you can lift her upside down and do..circus stuff with her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebell View Post
    yeah i noticed it.
    i think she's about 60 kilo grams.
    she's probably really easy to lift, like you can lift her upside down and do..circus stuff with her.
    I didn't notice that because I was trying to remember which porno I'd seen her in.

    I'm pretty sure it involved that **** Lebell said.
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    I'm surprised no one's reposted the Jean Legrand videos from Expertvillage.

    Go on. Watch. You won't be disappointed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxd View Post
    I'm surprised no one's reposted the Jean Legrand videos from Expertvillage.

    Go on. Watch. You won't be disappointed.
    Hmmm. Would that work in the ring?
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    I love the slow motion part.

    "Hey there. The master is too out of shape to do this move and I have a goatee so I'm perfectly qualified. This is a shitty version of a Jet Li move and it won't work on a cage, but here goes."

    (backs up to show the full-length mirrors and ballet railing)

    Black guy standing still: "Okay, just let this white honky jump on you. It's cool. You can just beat him up in the parking lot later. This is for your action movie career, man! Don't **** this up!"

    Guy in black gi: "Okay, just standing here... HEY! WHERE THE HELL DID HIS FOOT COME FROM?! Good thing it was slow so I could get out of the way in time. Geez."
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    Quote Originally Posted by helmutlvx View Post
    I love the slow motion part.

    "Hey there. The master is too out of shape to do this move and I have a goatee so I'm perfectly qualified. This is a shitty version of a Jet Li move and it won't work on a cage, but here goes."

    (backs up to show the full-length mirrors and ballet railing)

    Black guy standing still: "Okay, just let this white honky jump on you. It's cool. You can just beat him up in the parking lot later. This is for your action movie career, man! Don't **** this up!"

    Guy in black gi: "Okay, just standing here... HEY! WHERE THE HELL DID HIS FOOT COME FROM?! Good thing it was slow so I could get out of the way in time. Geez."
    It's a misleading video. This stuff is *far too* effective for the cage.
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