Thursday, January 16, 2014

Urantsetseg Munkhbat's reverse seoi kosoto combo

I know I said the reverse seoi series is complete and that I'll be moving on to other themes but I just came across this amazing reverse seoi-kosoto combo that has got to be shared.

Mongolia's world champion Urantsetseg Munkhbat turns in with a standing reverse seoi but instead of pulling her opponent to the ground as most reverse seoi specialists do, she sweeps her opponent's leg and smashes her to the ground. It's devastating.

Let's analyze how she does it.

She starts off with a lapel grip in a kenka-yotsu position.

Next, like  in all reverse seoi's, she gets a two-on-one grip.

As a right-hander, he spin will be counter-clockwise.

Most players would drop but Munkhbat stays standing.

Notice how she has spun around almost 360 degrees.

Instead of just pulling down, she also sweeps the leg away.

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