This Waza Wednesday looks at the sequence of tetsui-uke (hammerfist receiver), mae-geri (front kick), and three sasae-gedan-barai (supported low sweeps) near the end of Passai Sho and Bassai Dai. We demonstrate against a punch, but any time you make cross-body arm contact, you can apply this technique. Ideally, the initial limb destruction will end the fight. If it doesn't, the following shoulder lock can be employed.
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