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Send Your Stalling Opponent Flying with Hopping Uchi Mata by Satoshi Ishii

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Send Your Stalling Opponent Flying with Hopping Uchi Mata by Satoshi Ishii

In a BJJ match match, you are likely to face a standing opponent that will have stiff arms and their butt far away from you. They use this as a stalling position to avoid getting thrown.

Here Satoshi shows a ‘ken Ken’ Uchi Mata against a stalling opponent. Ishii had great success with this move in his glorious Judo career. Satoshi Ishii is an olympic Gold Medalist in Judo, winning the 2008 Olympic Games.

This is a clip off of his new instructional series “Japanese Judo Secrets.” With his expertise in Judo he went on to achieve his black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Satoshi has competed at the highest levels with great success.

In Judo, Uchi mata is called “the King of Throws”. Uchi Mata is Ashi Waza or a foot technique, and known as one of the most difficult throws but also the most beautiful.

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