I'm sorry if I didn't make this clear.
I love jujitsu, I'm a jujitsu fanatic. I do, however, think that the jujitsu exhibited in these photos is second rate and not entirely efficient.
Samurai jujitsu was developed for multi-man combat, like anyone who studies it knows. The choke I am describing is even a little bit more effective, because it allows you to use the first enemies body as a sheild against the second enemy. Obviously, in the case of modern competition, my version is still more effective.
My point isn't that classical jujitsu is uneffective, just that the way it was exhibited above is far from perfect.
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