Discussion in 'Hapkido' started by DGarcia86, Mar 8, 2012.
Could you please clarify what you belive judo has done re: shime waza?
My comment was something along the line of thought reflected here.
Does this help?
I see, I believe you have misunderstood this, shime waza is very much a part of judo training and competition, including at the olympic level.
It has not been removed.
Very possibly..... the sense that I got was that while the art of Judo retains something, whether it was allowed in competition is open to circumstances. In fact, the issue raised by the author of the article is not the first time I have run across conflicts in regulations in the MA. FWIW.
Chokes in judo are very very much there.
Just like stamping on people in mongolian wrestling is very very much not there.
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