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  • http://informedguy.com/2012/08/29/a-small-czech-sumo-wrestler-destroys-other-larger-opponents-in-his-way-video/ A small Czech sumo wrestler destroys other larger opponents in his way (Video) | Infomormed guy | Only what matters!

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  • http://twitter.com/nickinwarcal @nickinwarcal

    Those bigger guys better czech themselves

    • thepoopsmith

      I bet those guys are hungary

      • Syriasly

        When you're Hungary, you're nothing Budapest. Nation puns are silly, so there's Norway I want to do more. I'm Finnish now so I'll Thai this up by saying I'm Syria-s that it Israeli the truth that Samoa puns would be a bad idea. I Haiti to break that to you.

        I've got Togo. Austria later!

        • http://twitter.com/nickinwarcal @nickinwarcal

          mother of god

    • Mike

      This makes me happy.

    • http://twitter.com/S1umdawg @S1umdawg

      before they wreck themselves

    • http://www.facebook.com/toledo11 Matt Orosz

      1:47, owned!!!

    • Adam

      I have had enough alcohol to get a hippopotamus drunk

  • Aaron

    That was ridiculous.

    • Emucratic

      He wasn't born in the Czech republic. He was born in the Czech Socialist Republic. That explains everything. If you google it, all top fighters were born in the USSR or other communist countries. I dunno what it is, but something in that system made people tough as fuck.

      • fabio

        vodka instead of milk

  • niagaraguy

    nice!

    • Max

      Mind the gap!

  • Verbal_Kint

    That dude is strong as fuck.

    • toddlee57

      strength has nothing to do with it. That is the beauty of Judo and BJJ.

      • Verbal_Kint

        Strength has quite a bit to do with it. Believe that. There's an interesting documentary on Sumo you might want to look up. Those guys are ridiculously strong. Not just big and fat.

      • Sarex

        Trust me even in judo, technique can get you only so far. If you fight someone who doesn't know judo, you can win, if he's not like half a meter taller then you and weighs half as much. But in a judo competition, you start with technique and you finish with strength.

      • ASP

        Where in his comment did he say anything about the Czech guy winning via strength? All he said was that he was "strong as fuck". He was stating an observation he made, and you went and assumed that by him saying that the Czech guy was "strong as fuck", he was insinuating that the reason he wins is due to his strength, when in fact, he made no such comment. Shame on you.

        Also, "That is the beauty of Judo and BJJ"…? This is a video about Sumo yo. Its like he said that he likes the taste of BLT sandwiches, to which you replied, "that is the beauty of Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches".. granted, grappling/wrestling fundamental body movements are the same across the board, but we're talking about SUMO here.

        Look man, I do BJJ and used to wrestle. I know what you are getting at; you want people to realize that this guy is good due to his outstanding technique, not solely his strength. But any time somebody brings up the word, "strength", it doesn't mean that they are discounting their technique. It simply means that they are talking about strength.

        • Sarex

          LOL…

          You do know that sumo originated from judo…

  • Lolasaurus

    It's all down to centre of gravity… And knowing how to shift your opponents centre of gravity + their inertia to your advantage. His small (yet muscular frame) allows for a quicker reaction time + lower centre of gravity. Allowing him to have not only a quicker reaction but a more stable centre of gravity than most of his opponents.

    • Verbal_Kint

      Thanks, Mr. Miyagi….

    • 350

      You must be a load of fun at parties.

    • true story

      You said centre of gravity four times in that paragraph.

      • Alex

        Center of gravity.

    • Showusyourflops

      I think it has more to do with his center of gravity than anything. Center of gravity.

      • golfn9

        Yeah, that's it center of gravity, no-wait centre of gravity, ha!

    • ShowusyourFlops

      I think it's more about his center of gravity than anything. Center of gravity.

    • Al Jones

      You sure that it doesn't have something to do with his center of gravity?

      • Ginger girl

        Is this Alexander whincheater jones?

    • Bill Nye

      And that kids, is what it sounds like when someone with no scientific knowledge to speak of watches Bill Nye the Science Guy, then hops on the internet to put to use the new words they've learned.

      • She-man

        It's funny to see the morons tryna gang up on the smart guy for being….Ya know….Smart. Very intimidating to them when they see others use their brain. Snarky retorts, the last resort of the simple minded.

        • The2nd

          Hahaha love it!! ya atleast his comment was constructive and not just a bunch of bull like most comments

    • black27696

      It's way, way simpler than that. Traditional sumo relies on weight, and the strength that comes along with hauling yourself around. They don't weight train or condition like this guy has, so he's stronger, more agile, and faster. For the same reason that a wrestler will lose to a boxer, the sumos will lose to a judo expert.

      • I don't know

        A wrestler will lose to a boxer in what exactly? I offer you James toney vs randy couture at UFC 118 as an example of your wrongness.

        • Sarex

          They are mix martial artist, wrestler who competes in wrestling would lose to a boxer.

          • I don't know

            Randy couture competed in Greco roman wrestling and toney was a multi time boxing champ. If you watch the fight, which it's pretty clear you haven't, you would see the coutures wrestling was the difference maker. I believe he threw less than ten strikes and most of those were after he already secured the take down. If it was a boxing match then yeah the wrestler would lose but in a real fight if the boxer can't stay on his feet (and how many boxers do you know that train take down d?) then he's not going to be able to use his boxing no matter how good it is.

            • I don't know l

              Also if you watch early UFC where it was style vs style instead of mixed martial arts you would see that any time a wrestler faced a pure boxer they won because they were able to decide where the fight took place. Wrestling is currently the most dominant style in mma and there is no way you can argue that. Therefore a boxer will only beat a wrestler in a pure striking match and probably not in an actual fight.

    • Mighty

      Nobody cares, you sound type like an asshole…KCCO

  • Matt

    Dude is a BEAST!

  • Czech You Out

    Doesn't matter, had sex

    • WHEW!

      I thought I was the only person j/o-ing to that.

  • Steved24

    He's quicker. So obviously he can just dart out of the way and use his opponents momentum against them. Nonetheless impressive!

    • PA2AK

      Yes, I hear Michael Johnson gave up a very lucrative career in Sumo.

  • http://www.facebook.com/heyitscarlos Carlos Rodriguez

    lol @ that sidestep. Ole!

    • jim thorton

      haha, he just didn't want that dudes man tits touching him.

    • Master_Rahl

      didn't get out of the way of all of 'em, you can hear the thud when they collide. crazy!

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    • emu90

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  • tv_paul

    He's quick & smart. He uses the opponents weight & movement against them. I think he almost hip tossed everyone of them.

  • Tiber_Septim

    speedy you must be, quickness you must have

  • Master_Rahl

    Wow, he's a flippin' powerhouse, you can see the judo training helps out a ton (no pun intended). I love at the approx 1:30 mark as he's dusting his hands off. "No big deal, just tossing huge dudes around."

  • Alex

    Who is this guy?!?! That was absolutely amazing.

  • Midget

    I am 4'8 and weight 95 lbs. I can bench press 600 lbs and squat 2000 lbs. I also just beat up a man who is 7 ft tall and weights 400 lbs.

    What's up now?

    • https://www.facebook.com/herecomesdan.thebadness.onemangoonsquad Dan Peterson

      not your height

      • https://www.facebook.com/yann.mathieu Yann Mathieu

        Awesome, just awesome. Thank you.

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    • http://thechive.com/ Paula_

      Meow you wake up.

      Hugs,
      Paula
      – the one you love to hate

    • Midget Master

      Sorry guys, sometimes my dick makes comments. Back in the Hanes, Midget!

  • Donger

    I don't know what you call it, but I'm pretty sure you don't "play" judo

    • Groggy

      "Play" is a term used a lot in the martial arts community to denote training. I don't know why, it just makes sense to us. It's usually people who have been doing it for a while that will use the term "play".

      • I don't know

        Exactly. I've heard the term used for bjj, judo, karate, tkd etc. for example "tim is a high level bjj player and can submit almost anyone".

    • bob

      Its considered a sport and its s term widely used by Judoka.

    • pie

      yes you do donger
      its a sport you play when in competition and train at the dojo

  • https://www.facebook.com/herecomesdan.thebadness.onemangoonsquad Dan Peterson

    Judoka beating up on the fatties

  • Phox

    these were not the boobs i was looking for

  • Hrdwood

    Looks like me trying to dance with my date at the prom…

  • Jay-Z (That Jay-Z)

    this is why japan is cool, they dont care if you beat the japanese dude, they just care how well you displayed your sport

    • Groggy

      They DO care, but they'll respect the skill of any player nonetheless.

      I prefer their attitude to that of the Chinese…too much concern with "saving face", they can be outright criminal in the judging of foreigners in any of their national competitions.

      • jonny

        Actually Japan is an incredibly xenophobic culture. even 20 years ago this would be next to impossible It is a testament to the change in culture wrought by globalization that Takanoyama can enjoy the level of success and popularity that he does. Former Foreign Sumo wrestlers like Konishi also helped pave the way for wrestlers like Takanoyama.

        …looks up…. man, i sound like an asshole snob… my bad

  • https://www.facebook.com/engineerairborne Jarrod McReynolds

    I'd kick his ass… What I mean is that if he was passed out drunk, I might get a shot or two in, before he put me in the hospital.

  • Phil Pearson

    Welcome to 4 hours ago on Reddit.

    • BlackMan

      You sad bastard.

  • Himesmagic

    Looks like a Czech Judo player found his calling.

  • Guest

    too bad this is just a highlight video and if you look at his actual record it's not like he's winning all the time

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