Originally Posted by harlemhustla145
He stole that damn move from Genki
Just like everyone who does an armbar stole it from the first guy ever to pull off that move? In fact...I think his name was Ba-Ude Damu Ketsunoana. Ba-Ude later came to mean "armbar" in Japanese. He later fought another opponent and tried the same move, not realizing that in his opponent's other hand was a knife. Damu Ketsunoana now means "dumb ass" in Japanese.
Pretty damn impressive...he seems really flexible. I was impressed with the "Swinging your opponent by the ankles straight in to a knee bar" move. He also survived some decent slams while applying the armbars/triangles.