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Thread: Would you train at an academy that didn't have regular no gi classes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomberh View Post
    Where in Greco Roman, Free Style, Folk Style or Kurash do they teach Ude Hishigi Juji Gatame, Sankaku Jime, Tsubame Gaeshi etc etc...
    Something to ponder..

    Wrestling = the oldest sport known to man

    So maybe in judo they teach, what where in principal, originally wrestling throws that where adapted for judo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Natural View Post
    Something to ponder..

    Wrestling = the oldest sport known to man

    So maybe in judo they teach, what where in principal, originally wrestling throws that where adapted for judo?
    I've never seen a properly applied sankaku jime drawn onto Etruscan pottery.

    Any how Judo took wrestling and made it less reliant on strength and added leverage. Kano the founder of Judo destroyed all wrestlers in his day. He only ever lost one match against a wrestler and that was because he was outweighed by 80lbs. The wrestler who was a Russian names Uri Nage, beat him with a suplex. After that the the suplex was always known as Uri nage in honour of the Great Uri of Russia.

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    I dont know that story thats a new one to me. Im the modern day it ''maybe'' slightly differant.

    To be controversial - in a nogi battle an international wrestler beats an international judoka a majority of times based on the ippon (as a wrestler doesnt have sub attacks or defense)

    Wrestling verses judo anyone?

    *runs and takes cover*

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Natural View Post
    Wrestling verses judo anyone?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UwxDGGcEIc
    Last edited by bomberh; 02-12-2010 at 03:01 PM.

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    [QUOTE=bomberh;705971]
    Quote Originally Posted by The Natural View Post
    Wrestling verses judo anyone?
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UwxDGGcEIc
    Cant view it at the min.

    But come on, probability suggests that the wrestler wins. It is 'wrestling' that they will be competing in after all.

    Sport specifics and all that.

  6. #26
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    Wrestler got fucked up!

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    [QUOTE=The Natural;705981]
    Quote Originally Posted by bomberh View Post

    Cant view it at the min.

    But come on, probability suggests that the wrestler wins. It is 'wrestling' that they will be competing in after all.

    Sport specifics and all that.
    Wrestlers wear gay leotards and head guards, nuff said.

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    Judo has a gay rule set.

    No leg attacks, because the russians where cleaning house, and 25 sec on the mat beacuse we dont want to get submitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_langford View Post
    Wrestler got fucked up!
    Im sure that 'a judo player' has beaten 'a wrestler'.

    But at similar levels eg international, it will be a rarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Natural View Post
    Judo has a gay rule set.

    No leg attacks, because the russians where cleaning house, and 25 sec on the mat beacuse we dont want to get submitted.
    Leg attacks are still allowed as combinations and counters.

    Further, the comment on the Russians cleaning house is incorrect. At the Beijing Olympics Russia never even made it onto the medal table. Japan comprehensively dominated, followed by China and Korea:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judo_at...ummer_Olympics


    The idea of a win for a 25 second pin is actually more combat realistic than you might think. A 25 second pin free from your opponents legs gives sufficient time to finish an opponent with ground and pound or the samurai days to draw a blade, and kill you opponent.

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