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Has any one ever heard of a sub called a "dooda"?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by FXG, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. FXG

    FXG Orange Belt

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    i learned it a few months ago and have been using it effectively,

    It's sort of an armbar set then forearm crank...

    anyone know this sub?

    (i'll make a vid tonight during class and post it)

    Edit: fixed the thread title.
     
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  2. aarick161

    aarick161 Orange Belt

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    I believe you are referring to the "duda" (the name used within the 10th planet system at least). It's an arm crush from within the guard.
     
  3. SuperSuperRambo

    SuperSuperRambo Senior Moderator Senior Moderator

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    That's it, I'm gonna start naming everything I do. Put in a butterfly hook from my half guard? That's a shoehorn. X-Guard into a kneebar? Not anymore. That's called the crackpipe. You know that half guard sweep where you pull the leg and drive your knee forward? That's the ball buster.

    Hey this is fun. Let's all give it a try!


    (sorry to go off-topic...I haven't heard of that name but if you show the sub I'm sure I know it)
     
  4. bnosam

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    We call that the semi vegetarian alligator upsidedown pushup lock bar setup
     
  5. bjjaz

    bjjaz Got the Rock...Time to Roll

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    Oh gosh...

    Rambo FTW
     
  6. bnosam

    bnosam Green Belt

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    I thought that said "O Goshi" for a second.
     
  7. Aluminati

    Aluminati Platinum ordo seclorum

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    I pulled out the cobra clutch from back mount during randori at our judo club yesterday, but I put a body triangle on first and rolled him on his side. What should I name it? The Rear Naked AnaVelociCopter Choke?
     
  8. Stungun101

    Stungun101 Red Belt

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    Yeah, you generally are taught that directly after the chodaroll.
     
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  10. SuperSuperRambo

    SuperSuperRambo Senior Moderator Senior Moderator

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    Nah, it's gotta be like one or two words, and has to somewhat relate but still be unnecessary. That's called the Sergeant Slaughter.
     
  11. HomerPlata

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    I pulled off "The Chopping Block" for the first time tonight.
     
  12. cooltoon999

    cooltoon999 Orange Belt

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    Hey guys you know that move from the mount, thats like you know, you like take his arm and spin your body so your perpendicular to the guy and his arm is between your knees and you bridge your hips up to get the tap???

    Yeah I think we should call that the naked mounted arm-plata, since you dont need a gi...
     
  13. SuperSuperRambo

    SuperSuperRambo Senior Moderator Senior Moderator

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    I love your sig.
     
  14. Connoisseur

    Connoisseur Purple Belt

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    I don't give a fuck what anyone says, the Homer Simpson sweep is simultaneously the funniest name for a jits move & the most fitting.

    The way it was explained to me was that Bravo names his moves with mnemonic devices. Most people think they're stupid (including me), but it is kinda nice to be able to have your corner telling you things that confuse the fuck out of your opponent.
     
  15. bnosam

    bnosam Green Belt

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    I agree with the Homer Simpson sweep statement
     
  16. redaxe

    redaxe Silver Belt

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    Especially if you go WOOOOOOP WOOP WOOP WOOP WOOP WOOP like Homer Simpson as you're doing the sweep.
     
  17. Mablung

    Mablung Yellow Belt

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    I was under the impression that you HAD to make the whoop noises for the Homer Simpson to work...
     
  18. FXG

    FXG Orange Belt

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    you are correct, i meant to write "dooda"

    i have used it lately with a lot of success,
     
  19. Lug's Spear

    Lug's Spear Green Belt

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    Short arm scissors, bicep crush/slicer, arm crush, etc.
     
  20. Locoplatypus

    Locoplatypus White Belt

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    That's it, I'm gonna start calling the butterfly hook from half-guard "the shoehorn"
     

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