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Old 01-04-2007, 10:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mrmyz
So what are some effective take downs to learn for this aside from the double leg take down?
Damn. Do you want the short list or the long list.

From a wrestling standpoint, the best things are the direct, quick takedowns that put you in a good position to do damage, so here's the short list for that:

Straight Single-leg
Low Single
Inside leg trip
Suplexes

From a judo standpoint, which is where I have a little more experience, you want to set up a short pound into a submission scenario. Here's my favorites:

Straight hip throw
Hip drag (also called a spinning hip throw)
Should toss
Elbow toss
Anything Otoshi waza

There are also more elaborate flying submissions that I would take a look at, assuming this competition is a little way off. They allow you to finish someone with a crappy ground game before you even take the fight to the ground. Here are my favorites:

Flying ankle lock (a la Ryo Chonan)
Flying kneebar
Back rolling armbar from the clinch
Flying guillotine choke
Legsweep into a kimura
Legsweep into a rear anklelock
Flying RNC as a counter to a double leg takedown (a la Frank Shamrock)

If you need anything explained, just let me know.
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