Alright, I posted this on another site, and I did my homework with the search function, but no good: I sparred with one of my judo instructors last night who received his BB from Germany. We went for like a half hour. Anyways, he likes to lean his entire body to his left when gripping (it's so he can launch into throws with his right hip, right?). I'm talking bending at the waist leaning. While I do a reasonable job avoiding his throw attempts, the stance is frustrating since I don't simply want to use wrestling (single legs, duck unders, take his back) or pull guard. Any pointers about what to do or how to set him up? Are there any judo takedowns he exposes himself to? I guess if I was slick, I could fireman's carry his right leg? The guy outweighs me by 20-30 lbs, so its hard for me to simply pull him back upright. Thanks for your help.