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    Uchi Mata on a Japanese Judoka in the De La Riva Cup BJJ tournament

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    NavyRN

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    Uchi Mata on a Japanese Judoka in the De La Riva Cup BJJ tournament

    Post by NavyRN on Mon Dec 21, 2015 10:38 pm

    I surprised a Japanese judoka with uchi mata at the De La Riva Cup in Tokyo Japan.  Not the prettiest throw, but it was effective.



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    Re: Uchi Mata on a Japanese Judoka in the De La Riva Cup BJJ tournament

    Post by tafftaz on Mon Dec 21, 2015 11:35 pm

    I have certainly seen a lot worse. Nice throw.
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    Re: Uchi Mata on a Japanese Judoka in the De La Riva Cup BJJ tournament

    Post by NavyRN on Tue Dec 22, 2015 12:06 am

    Thanks Mate
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    Re: Uchi Mata on a Japanese Judoka in the De La Riva Cup BJJ tournament

    Post by NBK on Tue Dec 22, 2015 12:21 pm

    Nothing wrong with that. Typical opportunity - a stiff opponent that can't move easily to block your outside move.

    The followup could have been, in fact a classic basic, to go immediately into kesagatame and from the looks of your opponent you'd have a good shot at pinning him without a struggle. Staying up and looking for another entry just gave him time to counter. IMO.

    Of course, since I don't know BJJ rules, that may not have gotten you any points!
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    Re: Uchi Mata on a Japanese Judoka in the De La Riva Cup BJJ tournament

    Post by NavyRN on Thu Dec 24, 2015 3:10 am

    NBK wrote:Nothing wrong with that.  Typical opportunity - a stiff opponent that can't move easily to block your outside move.

    The followup could have been, in fact a classic basic, to go immediately into kesagatame and from the looks of your opponent you'd have a good shot at pinning him without a struggle.  Staying up and looking for another entry just gave him time to counter.  IMO.

    Of course, since I don't know BJJ rules, that may not have gotten you any points!

    Kesa would be great for judo, but sitting there in a BJJ tournament would get you a stalling penalty.  I opted for side control for the purposes of ease of advancing positions and working submissions.  Thanks for the kind words.


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    Re: Uchi Mata on a Japanese Judoka in the De La Riva Cup BJJ tournament

    Post by NittyRanks on Thu Jan 21, 2016 7:27 am

    I would of out gripped the opponent. To much energy being wasted by him.
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    Re: Uchi Mata on a Japanese Judoka in the De La Riva Cup BJJ tournament

    Post by big_budo on Sat Feb 06, 2016 5:35 am

    Looks like you grasped the opportunity when it was presented to you.

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