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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-17-2006, 11:17 PM
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My real issue is not with an opponent who anticipates it, but an opponent who has any clue about what you're doing. Anyone with a 5th kyu in Aikido can tell you what the technique is and anyone with a basic knowledge of ukemi can escape it.

As John Matua (a mediocre, at best, MMA fighter) once said, "a big only has so many moves he can use on a little guy." Matua definitely knew a thing about being a big guy, he was +400 lbs. It's about exploiting your size.



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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-08-2007, 12:41 AM
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lol, although a good idea which makes a lot of sense I'd maintain it as an arm bar for the simple reason he aint gunna tap from a throw. BUT throwing him would solve the problem of over aggression which you mentioned in your first post.
if you did the throw pot head said that sounds like the half shoulder throw
you could apply a arm bar when the attacker is on the floor and finish him of
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if you did the throw pot head said that sounds like the half shoulder throw
you could apply a arm bar when the attacker is on the floor and finish him of
Yea you like shove your foot into his armpit a certain way and it makes it near impossible for him to move without being in tremendous pain or breaking his arm/shoulder. I don't remember how to do that though I never used that too often but I do remember learning it vaguely.
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Yea you like shove your foot into his armpit a certain way and it makes it near impossible for him to move without being in tremendous pain or breaking his arm/shoulder. I don't remember how to do that though I never used that too often but I do remember learning it vaguely.
yeah its sounds like the same move for me its probly the most painful throw because your arm is bent like its in the arm bar position
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