WTF?? Arm coil sweep from guard to double-arm pin/armbar in judo comp-VIDEO

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  1. judogido

    judogido Aussie!, Aussie!, Aussie! ...

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    Seen anything like this before?


    direct link: YouTube - Mysterious Newaza

    Never seen anything like it. And in judo - no less. And from guard no less! Holy snapping duck sh*t batman...
     
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  2. Shulom1***

    Shulom1*** Purple Belt

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    Amazing! So totally going in my bag of tricks
     
  3. nefti

    nefti Red Belt

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    yea it's one of those hokey "submissions" that you see in youtube.
     
  4. judogido

    judogido Aussie!, Aussie!, Aussie! ...

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    With hokey, you mean fake, or set-up? I don't believe this is the case.

    Or perhaps you mean "hokey" in context of being a one-off, fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants scenario where he just ended up getting some weird submission then maybe - but again I doubt it, there seems to be a plan here.

    Anyway - very unusual technique. Fantastic to see it come up in a judo competition.
     
  5. Drayott

    Drayott Banned Banned

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    I saw this sweep in a class like 2 weeks ago (where you catch the opponent's arm with your leg, behing his back) but without this awesome finish.
     
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    Translation : "It's not taught in BJJ class, it's worthless and it sucks."
     
  7. teamcarvalho

    teamcarvalho Green Belt

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    The set up has been around for a while....usually finish it with single wing choke with the collar. I have a set up like this from what I call a side guard. I could either finish with an arm bar or triangle. It is good technique and I am sure other people have done it beside BJJ guys.
     
  8. judogido

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    See, I do judo AND bjj - so i don't give a rats where it came from or who did it - I just appreciate seeing it. But IIRC, nefti isn't that much of a BJJ nuthugger but I have a poor memory for names so I could be wrong - I think I'm just missing the translation of the slang.
     
  9. redaxe

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    Cool sweep, I wonder if he had trained that specific move before or if it was just improvised. Either way it's pretty amazing. Seems very low percentage but very cool.
     
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    Pretty badass... off angle hamerlock
     
  11. Belatucadros

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    He seemed to pretty systematically be going for...something.

    I'm not saying that was it, though. Haha.
     
  12. CajunJudoka

    CajunJudoka Judo Brown BJJ Brown

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    Looks like we were watching the same videos.


    Been hanging around the old neighborhood have you?
     
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    Pretty badass... off angle hammerlock
     
  14. Luther

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    Nothing new and nothing mysterious about it.

    I've learned that for the first time a few years ago in a BJJ class, not so much as a technique, but as way to demonstrate poor posture and lazy top game. I've both used and seen used sometimes in sparring against less experienced opponents. I remember a judoka (french?) specialized on ground techniques (newaza) showed it at a seminar just for fun.
     
  15. Ryo

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    Your kidding right. :icon_lol:
     
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    i have used the "coil lock as he calls it" trapping of the foot inside the elbow to either sweep, or to setup the triangle.
     
  17. 206warrior

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    I like the title mysterious newaza, I was expecting a spoof haha
     
  18. Rod1

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    Japanese are good at newaza, this is not strange, they always pull things like that "Looks at Ryo Chonan".

    Judo is still mainly tachiwaza in competition, newaza ability depends on the teacher.
     
  19. Jaxx

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    Search function.
     
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    no it means it's a low percentage move that you rarely see. Eddie shows something like this.
     

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