Would the standard way of beating people (punches, kicks to the tigh, oblique kicks if allowed) be effective?
no, they probably do kudo
Stall. They'll explode from no 3rd party resetting or dqing you.
>>137105wear short sleeves and he'll panic
Go deadweight when they try to throw you.
Have a gun
If you can only strike, then your best bet against a judoka is using angles and throwing high volume combos and immediately getting away, If you get grabbed then you might as well start throwing elbows and uppercuts as fast as you can before you get thrown
>>137105Muay Thai. If they grab you and put your head first into concrete, things have gone to shit.
>>137105It’s not as simple as how to beat [x] you have to make the right choices in a fight and hope your opponent makes a wrong choice. Generally against a grappler like a judoka or wrestler you would want to make space and move laterally, but you should also account for them grappling you by knowing how to grapple to get away
>>137105Literally don't walk out there in a big sailcloth dress from bushido era Japan that's specifically designed so he can grab it and throw you.Laugh as his pathetic attempts to substitute a thai clench with cup grips for a collar grab backfire as soon as you microadjust.Sock him in the mouth. He grabs your wrist. Pull it out while drawing it back, so you can sock him in the mouth with your other fist.No Gi Judo is just worse no Gi BJJ. Plus the Judo practitioner ('Judoka' implies there's something special about it) is probably going to be less experienced with striking, given the relative populations that go to either, and then go to the likes of MMA.>But I can't not wear a GI because...Then don't fight the Judo practitioner in his own sport.
>>137105>how to beat a judokounironically just sit down
either be a bjj fag or keep your distance from a judoka dropping you
You can't, a judoka will always beat any other fighter. Train Judo.
>>139688Judoka and learning Muay Thai. A grappler that knows how to deal with strikes or at least close the distance is very difficult to beat.But these are usually the tactics that work against judoka (if you're well trained too):Kick to the thigh with hardened shins. Watch them drop in pain.Know how to nullify their takedown with sprawl and brawl. Elbow to the jaw, knee to the face. NEVER clinch because they will eventually get leverage to throw you HARD.
>>139481judo does groundwork. it was literally a judoka that broke bjj god helio gracie's shoulder with an armlock that every bjjfag today name after him: the "kimura"
>>139701THAT DOESNT COUNTKIMURA WAS 1000000000 LBS HEAVIERITS NOT OUR FAULT WE CHALLENGED HIMTHIS WAS A MORAL VICTORYHELIO GRACIE INVENTED LEVERAGE
>>139695Learning Muay Thai is a waste of time, just do Judo. Get close and just throw them. If you're getting hit, then you're not good enough at Judo. Literally nothing can beat a good Judoka.>>139701Judo's groundwork is better than BJJ and wrestling. Literally just train Judo.
>>139701Yeah. Where do people get the idea that Judo has little to no ground fighting? Ne-waza is like half of judo.
>>139717People are uninformed. Judo's ne-waza is superior to wrestling, BJJ and sambo because it actually lets you use chokes to restrain a person and teaches you how to hold someone down. If anyone's grappling and they aren't training Judo, they're just wasting their time.
>>139704Boxer/Judoka here whose also learning Muay Thai. There's a reason why Muay Thai is considered the most complete form of striking. Judo is amazing but good luck trying to grab a hold of someone with solid clinching and neck-wrestling. Many judoka and Greco-Roman wrestlers make that mistake that their stand-up clinch can completely shut down Chap Koh. >Judo's groundwork is better than BJJ and wrestling. Literally just train Judo.The fuck are you talking about? Judo newaza at one point did have a full arsenal of joint-locks, chokes, pins, and some sneaky pain-compliance moves in groundfighting. But too many dojos don't practice enough newaza nor are their instructors as well versed to teach it. I have to watch old judo videos and books to find matwork to use in randori as well as practicing with my buddies who do BJJ. >>139717More like 30% and I'm being generous. It's supposed to be 50/50 between tachi-waza and newaza but a lot of judo schools outside of Japan, France, Brazil, Russia, and the Netherlands don't emphasize enough time and development for it. >>139750Sambists are well versed in chokes too. Just because Sport rules don't allow them doesn't mean Sambists (who also do Judo) can't do it. And I agree that BJJ should've adapted pins because that's a seriously overlooked part of groundfighting, but you're fucking kidding me if you think modern judo newaza can compete with BJJ's arsenal. To be fair, BJJ always took infusions from judo newaza even as late as the 1980's like the Ezekiel choke being introduced. Judo did indeed have sophisticated groundwork, but World Championships and the Olympics are what most judoka care about nowadays and while there's still some superb newaza specialists, the emphasis is the dramatic throws for ippon.
>>137105By learning Aikido