>nice boxing skills bro. >*picks you up 6 feet in the air and throws you*

>nice boxing skills bro
>*picks you up 6 feet in the air and throws you*
Why is Judo is so based?

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    looks like the victim really tried to resist there buddy

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      yeah here you go

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        He is just recklessly swinging his noodle arm

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >clearly drunk

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        THE stick thin drunken moron?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous
      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Those guys are reaching yellow bamboo tier

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        When I was a kid, a local aikido school did an expo at the village fair that was just like this. A fatass teacher doing shit like that and calling it the ultimate martial art. When they had some dorky 17 year old get flipped by a little girl student even younger than me, I noped out. If even a ten year old kid can see through you, you're an embarrassment even to bullshit.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    isn't judo the most dangerous widely available martial art?

  3. 4 weeks ago
    nutefag

    flaws with judo

    dont train leg take downs as much

    rely alot on jacket grips (what if they just aren't wearing a jacket)

    requires you to devote more attention to one person at a time then striking does (disadvantage when being attacked by multiple people)

    requires you to have two points of contact generally speaking to perform a maneuver (striking only requires one for a split second)

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >dont train leg take downs as much

      What? If you mean leg assist takedowns because they were banned for competitions then yeah, but otherwise you can still train with them and learn them in all (real) dojos.

      >rely alot on jacket grips (what if they just aren't wearing a jacket)

      Gi inseam grips are used for a good portion of the throws, however sleeve grips are used for basically all of them. If the opponent doesn't have jacket or shirt on, grab them by the arm, behind the belt, back of the neck, hair, or pectoral.

      >requires you to devote more attention to one person at a time then striking does (disadvantage when being attacked by multiple people)

      Then strike. Elbows, headbutts, palm strikes, finger rakes, knees, and bladed hands are great. But you should be trying to E&E out of a fight with multiple people unless you have a weapon or cornered.

      >requires you to have two points of contact generally speaking to perform a maneuver (striking only requires one for a split second)

      Many throws utilize multiple grips, however Seoi Nage for example can utilize just one.

      Learning strikes and Judo throws will greatly help you. Know both and utilize both.

      • 4 weeks ago
        nutefag

        "you still can train leg assist takedowns in judo its just not part of its competition"

        sounds just like "you can still train kicks in a boxing gym its just not part of its competition"

        you would be better off training leg take downs in a wrestling gym and kicks in a kickboxing gym

        >Gi inseam grips are used for a good portion of the throws, however sleeve grips are used for basically all of them. If the opponent doesn't have jacket or shirt on, grab them by the arm, behind the belt, back of the neck, hair, or pectoral.

        yes you can grab them by the arm, belt (if they are wearing a belt) or hair (if they have long enough hair), but if you aren't specifically training on a regular basis those maneuvers with those grips, then like so what you can also kick them or do a front flip or what ever, we are discussing what the martial arts will train you on a regular basis to give you skills and its a fact that judo will not primarily focus on no gi grips and you will not get as good at no gi grips as you will in almost any other grappling art.

        >Then strike. Elbows, headbutts, palm strikes, finger rakes, knees, and bladed hands are great. But you should be trying to E&E out of a fight with multiple people unless you have a weapon or cornered.

        yea but you cannot deny that if you HAVE to fight multiple people, then you saying "then strike" is literally you reccomending you doing a different martial art then judo and infact all of grappling in general

        >Many throws utilize multiple grips, however Seoi Nage for example can utilize just one.

        very difficult to get a seoi nage with one grip, are you training that? and its simply not gonna happen with no gi.

        >Learning strikes and Judo throws will greatly help you. Know both and utilize both.

        i do both bjj and kickboxing.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >yea but you cannot deny that if you HAVE to fight multiple people, then you saying "then strike" is literally you reccomending you doing a different martial art then judo and infact all of grappling in general
          That is exactly what hes saying

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >its a fact that judo will not primarily focus on no gi grips and you will not get as good at no gi grips as you will in almost any other grappling art.

          >yea but you cannot deny that if you HAVE to fight multiple people, then you saying "then strike" is literally you reccomending you doing a different martial art then judo and infact all of grappling in general

          Yeah, we agree.

          >and its simply not gonna happen with no gi.

          Depending on general grip strength, Ippon Seoi Nage can be easily performed once practiced long enough. Watch the video above.

          I've been doing Judo for the last two years and do only 3 throws. Kata Guruma, Ostogari, and Seoi Nage.

          Also, Judo has a lot of actual groundwork called Ne-Waza.

          • 4 weeks ago
            nutefag

            i know that judo has newaza but like lol a black belt at judo is like maybe a blue belt in ground game at best.

            also your not gonna do this seoi nage, one handed, in no gi, against a resisting opponent. lol.

            but besides that i agree judo is dope as fuck.

            • 4 weeks ago
              nutefag

              ground game is overrated anyways

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Who said one handed?

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Slap boxing, Pancrase-Rutten style is great for striking.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >judo
    >destroys your knees
    >nothing personal

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >nice boxing s-ACK!!

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      what happened?

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