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Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by ozyabbas, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. ozyabbas Purple Belt

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    Coming from a bjj background I really only have watched bjj matches. I would like to see some more judo matches that also include newaza.

    Can any judokas on this board recommend some videos of judo matches with good newaza. It would be very much appreciated.
     
  2. Lion Killer White Belt

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    Try to get a hold of this one video series called 101 Ippons. They split it up into sections of Throws, Shime-waza (chokes), and joint locks.
     
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  4. Darkslide632 Brown Belt

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    The thing about Judo newaza is that we can end matches with pins, so it's not always the most exciting thing to watch.

    Case in point:

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    As soon as I avoided the foot sweep, I locked in the pin and there was no reason to look for a sub.

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    In that one, I played a loose mount and just held him until he entangled my leg, at which point I switched to an ude garami for the tap. It's not the most exciting stuff, because once we have control, we keep control and don't bother chasing the sub.
     
  5. Thalion Green Belt

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  6. killakoy Purple Belt

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    I can't believe you only got a koka for that tamoe nage. Granted it wasn't the best looking throw, but still...
     
  7. Darkslide632 Brown Belt

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    Haha, I don't even remember that throw... I never train it and I have NO idea why I even threw it, but it worked. After the match we were actually talking about the match and I couldn't remember how we got to the ground... When my sensei told me, I thought he was bullshitting me. A few people have said that it was better than a koka.
     
  8. judogido Aussie!, Aussie!, Aussie! ...

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    Yuko.

    But we saw it from a different angle than the ref, so I can understand the koka.
     
  9. ozyabbas Purple Belt

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  10. ozyabbas Purple Belt

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    Even if their isn't a submission, its still interesting to see how you got to the pin (sweep from the floor or from standing), to see which grips you are using, what the other person is trying to do to get out etc
     

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