Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by kuroro, Nov 18, 2020 at 2:13 AM.
I know Bruce threw him there, but still seems pretty effective.
Try it in your local gym and tell me if it's effective...
EDIT: I just imagine a scene in my head where everybody is pointing at you "yo get a look at this guy, trying to Judo toss people without hips, shoulders, feet, and in no-gi even. He thinks he's gonna come here and clean&Jerk all of us lol."
I knew this was gonna be a 2020 account before I'd even clicked in the thread.
This specific move is just movie martial arts moves. It's overly dramatized to show Bruce Lee's character's strength but in real life the move would be done differently. In this scene it looks like a mix of a judo one arm shoulder throw/wrestling fireman's carry/body slam. He picks him up by the armpit which would require a significant amount of strength to pull off in real life. You would need a significant strength, size, and height advantage to pull off that move in real life.
nooo i mean the guy trying to poke bruce with his fingers.
He wasn't thrown there. He jumped with an assist from Lee. Same as in pro wrestling, where the most talented and smooth performers can make it look like they get thrown about, when they are actually doing as much of the work as the thrower.
this is what i'm saying, though. that finger move would fuck him up irl
Same reason you'lll never see shit like this in the UFC:
That move was banned during the Geneva convention
Probably shouldn't have admitted that...
there aren't that many things you can do against someone who does that
You also believe Sensei Seagal was helping Anderson Silva in his prime?
haha never mind then, carry on!
That's hardcore clinch fighting and dirty boxing. DC KOed Stipe with that very move, so it does happen in UFC.
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