Human Weapon – Judo – Part 5 – budomate com

| May 3, 2010 | 25 Comments


budomate.com Human Weapon – TV series Hosts Jason Chambers and Bill Duff set off around the globe in search of the birthplaces of different forms of martial arts and combat styles. Chambers is a mixed-martial artist and professional fighter, while Duff is a former professional football player and wrestler. The two hosts will go through extreme exercises and challenges in preparation for a battle against a professional fighting master in the arts of Karate, Muay Thai, Judo, Eskrima stick fighting, Americas MMA (mixed-martial arts), and Kung-Fu among others. Jason Chambers A Total Fighting Challenge Welterweight Champion, Jason Chambers record as an MMA fighter is 16 wins and 4 losses. Jason Chambers was born in Chicago on March 23, 1980 and has been training in various martial arts since the age of six. He credits his Uncle Dean Chambers and friend Shawn Terrance for igniting his passion for the martial arts. Jason has fought in Deep in Japan and Rento Maximo in Mexico and all over the USA. Jason has trained under Renzo Gracie and currently under Eddie Bravo in Jiu-Jitsu. In addition Jason also holds the rank of Phase 1 Instructor in Jeet Kune Do under Joe Goytia. Some of Jasons current training partners are Karo Parisayn, Bas Rutten, and Randy Coture at Legends Gym in Hollywood, California. Bill Duff Pro football player, bodyguard, wrestler and stunt double, Bill Duff holds a brown belt in Korean street fighting (Toa So Dou) under Master Davis of the Wa Wrang Studios in

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  1. mmk2903 says:

    Yeah it is thought in traditional Judo, but it is Not needed to get the Next grade.

  2. Palestine716 says:

    Do they teach the flying armbar in judo? didnt no that..

  3. murray1234567891011 says:

    if they are fighting under judo rules how can he be aloud to use the triangle choke ?

  4. freespadersuggs says:

    man I like these guys. nice video. keep it up.

  5. hardpunk10101 says:

    umm and i can perfectly hear the Japanese judoka’s words, no need for subtitles just because he’s not american….

  6. bleddingvideos says:

    @larbo1616
    i agree with you.

  7. SlideyMcSlideslide says:

    @vamtheanomaly judo doesnt just take the stright on stance. it may look that way from this video but you have to remeber he is going up against a guy that has been doing judo all his life its not genna be hard for him to win so he prolly didnt need to change stance.

  8. SlideyMcSlideslide says:

    @vamtheanomaly judo doesnt just take the stright on stance. it may look that way from this video but you have to remeber he is going up against a guy that has been doing judo all his life its not genna be hard for him to win so he prolly didnt need to change stance.

  9. vamtheanomaly says:

    This was nice to watch. The only problem i have with judo is the stances. When you get in the habit of having an opening grappling stance like that you are very vulnerable to being stuck or kicked and THEN thrown.

    For instance If this match had of been NON judo rules and say MMA, Jason would have been the victor.

  10. h3quit0r says:

    i have to agree with all the comments below… outclassed.

  11. h3quit0r says:

    the tape are for gi burns. As a judoka I find my fingers become very raw from all the grip fighting and i tend to get bloody knuckles. I presume its to prevent that because it what I use tape for.

  12. Realizalize says:

    @AIMANALI
    for once fingertips get sensitive because of the heavy canvs
    and to protect the nails too,,
    then there is fingertping for stability of weakened prts so you might want to ttach 2 fingers together

  13. powerofthefro says:

    These guys got WAY outclassed on this one, ‘guess they really did send in one of judo’s best players.

  14. Fluffydragoncat says:

    @SlideyMcSlideslide Does strength matter?

  15. AIMANALI says:

    what r the bandages on the fingers for ? is the grabbing the problem ? ANYONE ANSWER PLEASE

  16. juicebox2six says:

    that last throw that okawa had was a tai otoshi! that was the first throw i effectively used and get an ippon. tai otoshi ftw!!

  17. SlideyMcSlideslide says:

    size doesnt matter. im 6ft 260lbs and have had guys half my size take me down. its all a matter of using their own momemum against them people natural reaction if you push them is to lean against the push so push them backwars they lean forwars.. which opens up for throws like uchi mata. so in other words push them back as they lean forward to correct themselfs.. pull them forward. im sure someone else can explain it alot better then me lol

  18. kyuubifox66 says:

    I feel the same way 😀 But not for Judo 😛 I do Karate.
    PS: I respect every martial art and they all rule ;D

  19. LeonSK2009 says:

    i think somehow size matter in Judo and i think bill should compete with the blackbelt guy instead

  20. triotheyoshi says:

    it’s pretty cool seeing how details that i have learned of in my own dojo just shows up in this show! ipon seioinage ftw!!

  21. pindafef says:

    to much tape in the fingers

  22. vordonez12 says:

    you can tell that hes crappin his pants cause of all the tape hes usin

  23. Geliaebrina says:

    How much tape does he need? Ancle, ok. All the fingers, overkill. It won’t do him any good

  24. CarlitoJohnson says:

    i kinda fucked up with the articulation there
    i meant that the culture and tradition of judo is gentle
    though i said if they learned about it, then a judoka is like that.

  25. rustybonaparte says:

    aren’t you also making a generalization?

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