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post #41 of 45 (permalink) Old 02-05-2007, 06:53 PM
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Yeah, very hard to land with any kind of grappling glove on, but still very good to know for a quick end to a streetfight.
i love wrist locks the hert like hell and are very affective in a street fight if someone pushes you or tries to grab you
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[QUOTE=doublelegtakedown]I like them a lot. someone on another forum says this
" if somone is grabbing ur shirt really hard. there is no way in hell u can get there hands of ur shirt not alone the wristlock."
lol, i want to see an aikido practiconer get him in one.


would you use two hands from here to finish it or strike with the other?

Wrist Locks: Kote Gaeshi[/QU

i would use 2 hands 2 take him to the floor and then do a shoulder arm lock to finish it it would hert more with a dislocated shoulder
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i would use 2 hands 2 take him to the floor and then do a shoulder arm lock to finish it it would hert more with a dislocated shoulder
I assume you're just talking about the traditional Aikido pin, which works great if you know how to do it. I, personally, would finish Kote Gaishi with an omoplata, but that's just me.

The big wristlock in alot of Aikido schools is Nikkyo. Like I have said, I have actually used Nikkyo to break wrists in streetfights. It's pretty damn effective.



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I assume you're just talking about the traditional Aikido pin, which works great if you know how to do it. I, personally, would finish Kote Gaishi with an omoplata, but that's just me.

The big wristlock in alot of Aikido schools is Nikkyo. Like I have said, I have actually used Nikkyo to break wrists in streetfights. It's pretty damn effective.
i do traditional jujitsu, i would only use 2 hands because you can get more pressure on the wrist and break it before they hit the floor, i would use a shoulder arm lock after just 2 prove that martial arts work in street fights
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i do traditional jujitsu, i would only use 2 hands because you can get more pressure on the wrist and break it before they hit the floor, i would use a shoulder arm lock after just 2 prove that martial arts work in street fights
Fair enough. There's also the lateral keylock finish from here, as well as the straight over-the-shoulder traditional JJ lock, which is probably what you're talking about.



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