Another Potential Drop Seoi Nage Murder

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  • Ben

    Reply Reply January 19, 2018

    Distraction, stiff arm, speed turn toward your right, dip execute… you are out!!!!!
    Excellent. It’s one for my books.

  • Richard

    Reply Reply January 20, 2018

    there is no “like” button

  • Chris

    Reply Reply January 20, 2018

    Very nice! Little guy uses a knee drop seoi nage to smash a much larger bully. As a little guy myself, I love this! The bully didn’t know how to fall and did a severe face plant and got creamed! Judo can be used to brutal effects.

  • Steven Louis Born

    Reply Reply January 21, 2018

    Again the victors face got dangerously close to the ground. But I guess it was his lucky day. So many other unbalancing tactics are safer. Not what I would have chose.

  • Wine Guy

    Reply Reply January 22, 2018

    Another good reason to make sure your knees aren’t straight and your feet aren’t side by side…

  • Dave

    Reply Reply January 23, 2018

    This move can be lethal. It’s a face plant that can snap the neck. It would be safer and perhaps just as effective if the opponent is “thrown away” instead of being driven into the ground. No one wants to go to jail for defending himself.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply January 25, 2018

    I’d almost be more worried about what was on the ground that I landed on rather than being tossed on my head. Dirty shit hole. Notice the dog in the background barking along in unison with the laughter.

  • A Jenks

    Reply Reply April 19, 2019

    Not Seoi Nage..

    Wrestler’s arm throw. Difference is whether he drops to the knees or not. Learn the difference. It seems small until you do it

    • Trav

      Reply Reply April 20, 2019

      No, that would be a “drop seoi nage” vs a regular “seio nage”. (Learn the difference… lest you look like a douchebag commenting on my page.) The “Wrestlers Arm Throw” you’re talking about is also typically referred to as a ‘Jap-Wiz’… which stands for “Japanese Whizzer”… because the Japanese were doing it in Judo before it was adopted into wrestling.

      • Ed in kochang

        Reply Reply April 20, 2019

        Hahaha snap

        • Trav

          Reply Reply April 22, 2019

          These people drive me insane, Ed.

      • R Martinez

        Reply Reply April 26, 2019

        A Jenks just got Hijinks’d! LOL!

      • Leon

        Reply Reply April 26, 2019

        DBag: blahblahblahblahblaaaaahhhh
        Trav: claps back

  • Steverino

    Reply Reply April 19, 2019

    Double drop knee throws of any judo nomenclature aren’t allowed in competition for this very reason. The uke has absolutely NOWHERE to roll out except on his face.

    Same with kani-basami (rooster or double-leg scissor throw) where uke lands on the back of the dome.

    In the streets, however, have a boshin’ good time, mate!

  • John

    Reply Reply April 20, 2019

    The guy whose face met the….well, I was going to say “pavement” but I guess there ain’t any…anyhow, the dude whose face got introduced to the concept of a sudden gust of gravity?

    His kung-fu is WEAK.

  • OnePunchMan

    Reply Reply April 21, 2019

    Using the ground to punch your opponent in the face works every time. Not trying to be overly critical or anything but I think it’s called (spelled) Shihō-nage.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply April 26, 2019

    Call that a fight? An assault needing defence? So no examples of this judo move actually working in the street then. Is it good for rucks in a bar or on thestreet [where multiple attackers are common]? NO.

    • Anonymous

      Reply Reply May 3, 2019

      It wasn’t a fight because the little guy ended before it became one, and as far as self defence, if a bigger guy has a hold of you and is trying to dominate you when does it become self defence, after you get beat up. And it looked to me like it was in the street, and it worked in that situation. I really don’t get your point.

  • Brian

    Reply Reply April 28, 2019

    The kicker is: he may have ACTUALLY mirdered him….

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