How on earth did Rwanda Rousey learn a drop-knee seoi-nage? The video is evidently from Angola, and it clearly shows why this throw is banned in junior competition.
After viewing this clip, Shep I'd have to conclude the following—and if Fatmanjudo, BarukK or other Judoko would like to throw in their comments I'd appreciate it, for this is out of my narrow-assed wheelhouse:
1. This is why big-ass black women in the U.S. are attacked by men less often than they attack men.
2. That if your culture has decreed that your woman moves the furniture, hauls the bananas, hauls the water and does all heavy labor while your lazy ass drinks, you might want to think twice about laying your hands on her. This is why white masters in the Old South rarely beat their own servants, but employed profession whipping men to handle their property, because after sitting a horse and chair your entire life, tussling with a lumberjack or field hand is not likely to be productive. I'm not getting off track here, Shep, the initial positioning for that throw [minus the falling spin that got her there, which was quite nice] when she is turned and under his hips, could just have easily been used to put him on her shoulders and carry him, something she probably does with children, baskets of bananas, sacks of yams, 10 gallon buckets of water, and maybe even his drunk ass when she's bringing him home from the bar.
3. Shep, these people obviously have YouTube, wherever they are. So as frightening as it seems, their might be an entire tribe of ebony feminists watching UFC training footage, planning on claiming refugee status and seeking out Dana White for a UFC contract. Hell, brother, the way my hips are acting, if I end up with a best seller I might bring one of these over to carry me around? Also, do you remember Sokaju [approximate spelling] a burly African specimen that fought pro MMA about five-10 years ago? He was a judo man, so someone is teaching it in Africa.
Seriously, this dude is lucky he's alive. That was a car accident. Imagine if she did that to him on a sidewalk? Also, in support of the argument that she is a trained practitioner, she knows how to revive this guy.