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How long will it take Female Tyson to defeat Zigano?


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 I'll tell u exactly how it goes, cat gets slam'd from a judo throw and is finished off with vicious ground and pound. Very similar to Davis fight except cat manages to last late 1st early 2nd!!! Rousey wont mess with her long on their feet as she hates get'n punched and she knows cat could possibly do damage to that movie star face if she trys to stand and bang with cat, I think Rousey would love to show the world how superior she is in all areas but cat is just to dangerous and shes watched the tate footage 2 many times 2 fk around with this gal. IS THAT DEAD ON THE MONEY OR WHAT???

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What in god's name is happening here?

 

We have one can stealing Wedo's schtick and trying to rustle our jimmies with this played out "Female Tyson" crap. Then who knows what the **** carnages is doing, or where he found that monster... 

 

It was my schtick before it was Wedo's schtick you can

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What in god's name is happening here?

 

We have one can stealing Wedo's schtick and trying to rustle our jimmies with this played out "Female Tyson" crap. Then who knows what the **** carnages is doing, or where he found that monster...

1 week 2 of my ideas brought back first the final frame og the bigfoot gif from 2+ years ago and this female tyson stuff from last year.
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Lol Tyson would never shoot for carpet burn takedowns non stop.

Her takedowns are 100% Judo. She that doesn't utilize freestyle wrestling at all.  She doesn't 'shoot' for carpet burn takedowns you uneducated fool. 

 

Ronda strikes to clinch then chains together trips and throws that have synergy in fluid, effortless, seamless combinations according to her opponents reactions until they either over compensate or fall a step behind which leaves them completely open to one or the other.

 

Ronda takes the initiative probing aggressively & relentlessly attacking to get a response she can hard counter right away or gain a tell to read any future reactions she can gain a beat on. If they do not bite overcompensating falling for the hard counter she'll chip away & make small positional improvements that weaken the opponents position and strengthens hers which puts them completely on the defensive which in turn limits their options & ability to resist or counter her. Then knowing their limited options and ability to resist or counter she times response taking full advantage of the leverage her superior position provides and she simply takes what they must give her. She's an artist at painting opponents into a corner of no return where there are only two options for them. Lose or lose big. 

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Her takedowns are 100% Judo. She that doesn't utilize freestyle wrestling at all.  She doesn't 'shoot' for carpet burn takedowns you uneducated fool. 

 

Ronda strikes to clinch then chains together trips and throws that have synergy in fluid, effortless, seamless combinations according to her opponents reactions until they either over compensate or fall a step behind which leaves them completely open to one or the other.

 

Ronda takes the initiative probing aggressively & relentlessly attacking to get a response she can hard counter right away or gain a tell to read any future reactions she can gain a beat on. If they do not bite overcompensating falling for the hard counter she'll chip away & make small positional improvements that weaken the opponents position and strengthens hers which puts them completely on the defensive which in turn limits their options & ability to resist or counter her. Then knowing their limited options and ability to resist or counter she times response taking full advantage of the leverage her superior position provides and she simply takes what they must give her. She's an artist at painting opponents into a corner of no return where there are only two options for them. Lose or lose big. 

Judo invented carpet burn takedowns m8

 

Grabbing your opponent and then sitting down, Khabib is the master at it

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Judo invented carpet burn takedowns m8

 

Grabbing your opponent and then sitting down, Khabib is the master at it

 

Judo invented carpet burn takedowns m8

 

Grabbing your opponent and then sitting down, Khabib is the master at it

No Judo didn't, wrestling did. Sitting down pulling guard, trips and throws including sacrifice throws are not carpet burn takedowns.

 

Low singles and double legs where the knees touch the ground are carpet burn takedowns and the origin is wrestling. 

 

There are a few throws in Judo i can think of that you go down to a knee. One is Drop Seoi-nage aka one arm shoulder throw from your knees which is risky giving up the back if it fails and Ochi-Gari which is basically an inside trip going down to a knee trapping the foot and tripping. Ronda does use Ochi but she doesn't go down to a knee. She just probes with it like a jab. Judo did have a high double leg at one time but they didn't go down to a knee or both knees like wrestling. They also had a fireman's carry which you do go down to a knee but all the leg attacks in judo are now illegal. 

 

Ronda mostly uses trips, footsweeps & hip throws. She uses Kouchi-Gari like which is an inside footweep. She uses Ochi-Gari which is an inside trip but she doesn't go down to a knee hooking the foot. She uses a standing variation of it probing with it like a jab.

 

Lastly she uses various head & arm or over-under hip throws and Uchi-mata which is an inside inner thigh hip throw from a deep overhooking whizzer position to counter bodylock & trip attempts. 

 

 

 

 

 

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