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2/25/12 6:54 PM
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Spartan79
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No gi judo. Is it just basicly Greco roman wrestling or something else? No wrestling here in Kent england so
hard to say. What you USA boys think???? Phone Post
2/25/12 9:42 PM
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SidRon
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Not really, you can't submit people in greco and you can't attack their legs with reaps, trips, etc..
2/26/12 1:24 AM
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judo throws with no gi grips. It's not greco.
2/26/12 2:56 AM
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As I've said never had the chance to train Any wrestling , would like to though.
I ask beacuse I'm seeing more and more top mma fighters training in judo.
Not sure weather they are training in the gi for judo or just no gi judo for mma.
Is no gi judo big in the states? Phone Post
2/26/12 3:44 AM
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actually.. in Greco you can attack the legs, you just cant attack them with your hands... throws like osoto happen all the time.

i think no-gi judo and greco have a lot in common.
2/26/12 3:51 AM
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Do your guys train no gi judo josh or just cross train with Greco ? Phone Post
2/29/12 12:27 AM
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Yes, in greco the legs can be used as a static barrier or block, "static" is the key word.
2/29/12 6:04 PM
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so..the difference is no reaping?
2/29/12 7:29 PM
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The rules say that the leg cannot be "active".
3/4/12 1:43 AM
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Edited: 03/04/12 1:43 AM
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They are similar, like a house cat and a lion are..

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