UnderGround Forums Did Andrada Tap? (Video)

5/14/19 4:25 PM
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https://www.instagram.com/p/BxcVBywgIBp/?igshid=azz3v4yaw85d

 

Blue please!

 

She clearly taps a few times but not she if she is “tapping”. 

 

Thoughts?

5/14/19 4:37 PM
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Damn. It does look like a tap from the outside, but why? Kimura was nowhere near full twist, she's in no danger.
5/14/19 4:41 PM
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PeterIrl - Damn. It does look like a tap from the outside, but why? Kimura was nowhere near full twist, she's in no danger.

Might have been. We are not the ones feeling it. Maybe it was twisting something or felt like something was going to snap or muscle pull for a split second. 

 

Very interesting. 

5/14/19 4:43 PM
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She clearly lets go and taps. Looks like whatever was in pain instantly let loose so she continued on but that is a tap. 

5/14/19 4:43 PM
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PeterIrl - Damn. It does look like a tap from the outside, but why? Kimura was nowhere near full twist, she's in no danger.

My thoughts exactly

 

Maybe she was briefly thinking of trying to break the kimura grip but quickly thought against it and just went for the slam?

5/14/19 4:48 PM
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seems like an involuntary motion..i had something similar happen to me when i was in a kimura in a tournament...ref said i tapped but i didnt
Edited: 5/14/19 6:02 PM
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gokudamus - seems like an involuntary motion..i had something similar happen to me when i was in a kimura in a tournament...ref said i tapped but i didnt

So you tapped, just involuntarily

did rules change to where an “I didn’t mean to tap” now counts?

5/14/19 7:01 PM
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All I know is that Jesus didn't tap.

5/14/19 7:04 PM
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5/14/19 7:04 PM
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danybayamon23 - 
gokudamus - seems like an involuntary motion..i had something similar happen to me when i was in a kimura in a tournament...ref said i tapped but i didnt

So you tapped, just involuntarily

did rules change to where an “I didn’t mean to tap” now counts?


um no i wasnt unconscious idiot...my free arm was moving in a way that looked like a tap as i was trying to adjust but i wasnt deliberately tapping...i wasnt even in any pain
5/14/19 7:06 PM
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Looks like a tap to me.
5/14/19 7:09 PM
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The "Brazilian tap" strikes again
5/14/19 7:10 PM
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gokudamus -
danybayamon23 - 
gokudamus - seems like an involuntary motion..i had something similar happen to me when i was in a kimura in a tournament...ref said i tapped but i didnt

So you tapped, just involuntarily

did rules change to where an “I didn’t mean to tap” now counts?


um no i wasnt unconscious idiot...my free arm was moving in a way that looked like a tap as i was trying to adjust but i wasnt deliberately tapping...i wasnt even in any pain

Right, because I’m the idiot who tapped and can’t accept it 

get over it dude you lost

5/14/19 7:12 PM
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danybayamon23 - 
gokudamus -
danybayamon23 - 
gokudamus - seems like an involuntary motion..i had something similar happen to me when i was in a kimura in a tournament...ref said i tapped but i didnt

So you tapped, just involuntarily

did rules change to where an “I didn’t mean to tap” now counts?


um no i wasnt unconscious idiot...my free arm was moving in a way that looked like a tap as i was trying to adjust but i wasnt deliberately tapping...i wasnt even in any pain

Right, because I’m the idiot who tapped and can’t accept it 

get over it dude you lost


wtf r u talking about...i am over it fool...im saying a "tap" is a voluntary act...so if you make a motion that looks like a tap but is involuntary, it is by definition not a tap
5/14/19 7:19 PM
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Wtf

5/14/19 7:43 PM
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didnt seem like there was any reason to tap, yet she released her grip, tapped, and ... why?

Edited: 5/15/19 4:12 AM
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I wondered

5/14/19 8:44 PM
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A fake tap to trick rose in releasing?

 

Or a twitch

5/14/19 9:08 PM
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bizarre.
5/14/19 9:08 PM
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Or that was the signal to let Rose she is about to slam her for the finish.   Let the conspiracy begin! 

I don't actually believe this,  but it is very odd. 

5/14/19 9:30 PM
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It looks like a tap but I also thought Handy tapped against Tito so I could be wrong.

5/14/19 9:36 PM
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What would she be tapping to though?  The grip is locked but nothing sunk in.  Love Thug but this is a bit of a stretch.

5/14/19 10:42 PM
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That is an involuntary movement.

5/14/19 11:34 PM
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My primary thoughts are 1. There was nothing to tap to 2. I don’t know who “Andrada” is.

5/14/19 11:39 PM
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gokudamus -
danybayamon23 - 
gokudamus -
danybayamon23 - 
gokudamus - seems like an involuntary motion..i had something similar happen to me when i was in a kimura in a tournament...ref said i tapped but i didnt

So you tapped, just involuntarily

did rules change to where an “I didn’t mean to tap” now counts?


um no i wasnt unconscious idiot...my free arm was moving in a way that looked like a tap as i was trying to adjust but i wasnt deliberately tapping...i wasnt even in any pain

Right, because I’m the idiot who tapped and can’t accept it 

get over it dude you lost


wtf r u talking about...i am over it fool...im saying a "tap" is a voluntary act...so if you make a motion that looks like a tap but is involuntary, it is by definition not a tap

Lol

 

Dude, calm down, you're getting trolled.