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#116831 - 09/30/04 09:22 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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i dont study judo but umm... i think that any throw where u stand up and dont hit the ground would b good on concrete, (eg hip throw, osoto gari)

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#116832 - 11/29/04 11:19 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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Iīve been in a few serious situations and Iīve found judo very effective. In our school there is a guy who is kinda OK, but he pisses of way too easy. Once when he was pissed he attacked me completely without a reason and tried to run over me, taking me down to the ground. I crabbed his right arm into my armpit(donīt know if itīs armpit. Im from Finland if you even know where it is and my english is far from perfect [IMG]http://www.fightingarts.com/forums/ubb/smile.gif[/IMG]) and his left wrist with my right hand and threw him backwards with sasaetsurikomeashi. I followed him down landing on top of him and letting air out of his lungs. Then I kept him in the ground with a very tight yokoshihogatame and released him only after he had calmed. I think he had never been thrown like that.

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#116833 - 11/29/04 11:25 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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By the way I`m new on this forum and I must say that this is my favourite site(with judo info ofcourse)

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#116834 - 11/29/04 06:28 PM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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I saw an early UFC fight where this judo guy blocked this wild looping punch and went right into soto makikomi and followed him to the ground; holding onto his striking arm with both of his.
Once he was on the ground he left go with one hand and elbowed the guy until he was unconscious. It was beautiful. I never forgot that and have practiced it several times since.
I don't think uchimata is a bad one either. Since often times you can go right into kesa gatame once you have completed the throw.
Don't forget uranage. You uranage somebody on the pavement... fights over.
Any type of footsweep is good, nobody expects them.
Basically, I don't think there's too many judo throws that aren't practical in the street. It's all situational.
Oh yeah, if I was going to do osoto gari in the street; I would modify it and elbow the guy in the face as I come across.

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#116835 - 12/01/04 08:26 PM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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it was remco pardue that that nailed the maki-komi in the ufc. i'll never forget it either. it was the only time i saw that guy fight. he later tapped out to marco ruas after being mounted, but before getting pummeled. i learned two lessons from that guy.

1) maki komi rocks
2) LEARN HOW TO PLAY THE GROUND GAME WITH STRIKING RULES!!!!

tony

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#116836 - 12/03/04 10:22 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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Judo is great for Finnland I guess, where you are in clothes all the time,

but try Austria or Hungary, where half-year one is with, half without clothes,

well, in the summer half of a judoka's feeling of security might just as well evaporate,

so one should preferebly know a few tricks without clothes.

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#116837 - 12/03/04 10:36 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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some o'them in topic Alternative judo...

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#116838 - 12/03/04 01:28 PM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Gerginekov:
Judo is great for Finnland I guess, where you are in clothes all the time.[/QUOTE]

Hey! we arenīt eskimos [IMG]http://www.fightingarts.com/forums/ubb/smile.gif[/IMG](no offence to the eskimos)We do also have summer when you can wear T-shirt and shorts. Well ofcourse itīs naturally easier to throw if you can get a good grip of glothes, but allmost all judo throws are effective without glothes. I do agreed with that you should be well rounded.

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#116839 - 12/03/04 03:55 PM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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I like to underhook even when my opponent has clothing to grab.
It works well for osoto gari. Because as soon as you step in it lifts him up a little and puts all his weight on the leg your reaping.

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#116840 - 12/04/04 02:17 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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I train mostly in Japanese Jujitsu, ive done some karate and kickboxing as well.

The only time ive used jj on the street I was grabbed outside a pub and tried an O-goshi which didnt work. Then used a technique that I can only describe as an Ushiro-goshi that put him down and knocked the wind out of him.

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