柔道で世界一の頂は、総合の高嶺の麓に過ぎなかった

1名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2008/11/22(土) 12:20:18ID:q+hPwx4t

そして1人の勇敢な若者がその頂への挑戦へ歩みだす。




その名は石井慧。


65名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/02/25(水) 17:55:28.98ID:pDCkn8eZ

66名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/03/09(月) 17:54:00.84ID:l45NlSiU

67名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/03/11(水) 17:40:14.92ID:X3ajp70x
UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey believes she could still win Olympic gold.

Rousey, a 2008 Olympic judo bronze medalist, is 11-0 in four years as a professional mixed martial arts fighter,
boosted no doubt by her two Olympics’ worth of elite international judo experience.

The 28-year-old has no wish to return to Olympic judo, but if she did devote an Olympic cycle (a few years) to the sport,
she is confident she would master it again.

“I still believe I would be able to win the Olympics,” Rousey, who appeared to have the Olympic rings tattooed on her pelvis
and, along with the Olympic motto “citius altius fortius,” above her right ankle, said in a phone interview Tuesday. “That takes
100 percent of your energy. It has to be the No. 1 priority in your life.”

Rousey decided after the Beijing 2008 Olympics that she could no longer devote 100 percent of her energy to judo. Starting an
MMA career did not sit well with her judo coach, two-time Olympic bronze medalist Jimmy Pedro.

“He pretty much told me to go [bleep] myself,” Rousey said in 2013, according to USA Today. “He didn’t want to help me.”

Rousey said Tuesday that she and Pedro haven’t spoken much since.

“He just became one of those disbelievers that I had to prove wrong,” said Rousey, who also said she’s never spoken with
Michael Phelps, the 22-time Olympic medalist swimmer whom she criticized in this 2012 video.

By 2011, Rousey became a professional MMA fighter. By 2012, she won a Strikeforce bantamweight championship.

She said that’s about when she gave up judo altogether, as she had been teaching classes twice a week at Dynamix MMA in
southern California for supplemental income along with working graveyard shifts at 24 Hour Fitness and as a veterinary assistant.

Much was made of Rousey’s win over Cat Zingano on Feb. 28 in a UFC Championship-record 14 seconds. But Rousey said
she once beat a judoka in just four seconds at the 2004 World Junior Championships final in Budapest, Hungary. Sure enough,
there’s video.

At that time, the Olympics were very much the priority. Rousey even named her cat “Beijing” in reference to the 2008 Olympic
host city, before she made the Athens 2004 team at age 17, when she was eliminated from the Games early on.

Rousey said her sister Jennifer has Beijing now, while Rousey owns an ex-roommate’s abandoned cat and her Dogo Argentino, Mochi.

“I still get to visit [Beijing]; I get visitation rights,” she joked.

Rousey says the Olympic chapter of her life “has been closed, written and passed,” but she wouldn’t mind a trip to Rio de
Janeiro next summer.

“I have always wanted to go as a spectator,” she said.

Ronda Rousey: I could still win gold, but Olympic chapter is closed
http://olympictalk.nbcsports.com/2015/03/10/ronda-rousey-olympics-judo-mma-ufc/

68名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/03/11(水) 17:48:47.27ID:X3ajp70x
"In my opinion, she has become the face of the UFC - not just women's MMA -
she is the face of the UFC.
Period. She is a gigantic star," said Helwani, who sees her as the 'Mike Tyson of MMA'.

'Ronda Rousey has become the face of UFC'
http://www.newstalk.com/shows/47.305.363/43134/0/

69名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/03/14(土) 18:22:58.78ID:4KI//PP3

70名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/03/14(土) 18:23:22.77ID:4KI//PP3

71名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/03/15(日) 19:55:57.86ID:3SL53yCi
Ronda has stated her desire to participate in the 2016 Rio Games if given the Wild Card spot on the USA Judo Team.
She has proven to be a top Judoka, and is the highest profile American Judoka ever. USA Judo does not have a
representative for the 70 KG Women's division. Nor is anyone seriously competing for the spot. She is still in her prime
and can help everyone involved.

From USA Judo's perspective. She would be the highest profile athlete throughout the entire games. Making her competition
day the most viewed of all sports. And will probably break the TV rating records. Judo in the US would be under the spotlight,
and Judo overall would grow. Which is the whole point of the USA Judo itself. And the TV coverage would pay more than ever
before. She is the best economical choice by far of any sport to earn a Wild Card spot.

From Jimmy Pedro's perspective. She is a world class talent, and it would give him the chance to finish what he started with her.
To get Gold. They left on bad terms, so let them patch things up. And he would have an ally for Judoka wanting to transition to MMA.
A note to Sensei Pedro, since you have Kayla, you already have the best benchmark to test Ronda against to see where
she is at. And you would give Kayla and Marti the best sparring partner in the world to train with on a daily basis. You know she is
still good enough for the Olympics. Ronda would raise the bar on mental toughness. Having her around if you patch things up
with the team would only serve everyone in all of Judo. I think Kano would be willing to forgive if he was in your place. She is
a good player and she said she wants to do it.

From the UFC's perspective. She would be the first ever MMA to Olympic athlete in history. As of now. MMA is perceived as
the sport for washed up athletes. Former boxers, former Judoka, former wrestlers, etc go to MMA. Not the other way around.
This would bring MMA's prestige to a higher level forever. And thus bringing in the cash revenues to the UFC in the long term.
In addition, having her at the Olympics gives her MMA rivals a chance to take an interim title, thus rebuilding the division
she has destroyed. Her return to MMA would generate larger revenues due to her increased superstar level exposure at the
Olympics even if she doesn’t medal. But if she does, she would break the PPV records. And finally Judo is a grappling sport,
thus her MMA shelf life would be longer since she won’t take damages from strikes. This is a win-win for the UFC.


From Ronda's perspective. She has stated she would go for Gold at 2016 if given the Wild Card spot. Practically no one in Judo
thinks she could take Gold at the Olympics. And she likes proving people wrong. She turned her back on years of grooming to
become Judo champion so she could try out MMA. This is her chance at Gold. She cleaned her division in MMA. So instead of
being just another actress, let's see her do what she was groomed for her whole life. Kick ass. Her acting roles aren't challenging,
Judo is.

From the Fans' perspective. Everyone wants to see her challenged. For her to be both Judo and MMA champion simultaneously
would be a truly historical achievement. Perhaps the greatest ever in all combat sports. Let's see her in the toughest tournament
in the world at her native combat style. Her competition day would be the highest viewed rating in the history of the Olympics.
More than any swimmer or runner. Money talks, her Judo skills talk, so let’s do it.

Give Ronda Rousey the Wild Card Spot for Rio 2016
https://www.change.org/p/usa-judo-give-ronda-rousey-the-wild-card-spot-for-rio-2016

72名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/03/26(木) 07:36:41.09ID:cSjzQmNp

73名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/04/04(土) 12:57:34.50ID:XuP/sqFN
Kayla Harrison, Ronda Rousey's former teammate and the first American Olympic Gold Medalist in Judo, ponders
a future move to Mixed Martial Arts.
Back when Ronda Rousey won her bronze medal at the 2008 Olympics, one of her teammates was a then 18-year-old
Kayla Harrison. The United States didn't qualify at Harrison's weight class at that time, so she served as a primary training
partner to the future UFC champion during their 'Rocky style' camps for the Olympics.
"I actually miss it," Harrison told NBC Sports as she spoke about Rousey. "I miss having a girl to train with who hates to lose
as much as me."
"Kayla very much cared ? practice, competition, she had that deep caring about how she did," Rousey said. "What really made
her stand out the most was how important it was to her, to see how passionate she was about it."
After having 'catfights everyday' in the dojo, Rousey moved to MMA in 2010, while Harrison continued her Judo career. She won
the World Judo Championships at the same year, and in 2012, she went on to be the first American, male or female, to win
Olympic gold in Judo.
She's the best in the world at what she does, and is currently training for the 2016 Olympic games in Brazil.
Now 24-years-old, Kayla is the same age as when Rousey made her pro MMA debut. According to her, she also is thinking
about following in her footsteps.
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"We go back and forth. It’s pretty tempting at times. Who doesn’t want to be famous? Who doesn’t want to be rich?
Who doesn’t yearn for all of those things at some point in their life?"
"Who knows, maybe after Rio, [MMA] is what I’ll want to do."
With the current state of Women's MMA, a top level athlete and Judoka like Harrison could conceivably only take a few fights
before making an impact, but there could be a few hurdles before that can even happen. For one, she mentions that she isn't
comfortable with the entertainment factor in Mixed Martial Arts.
"I just don’t know if it’s for me, quite honestly. I’m not as confident as Ronda in front of the media. I don’t mean this in a
negative way, but I’m not a showboater. I don’t think I would be very good at putting on a show or talking trash."
That trait obviously isn't as big a requirement in MMA than actually winning fights, and Rousey grew into that aspect as
she started tearing through the amateur and regional circuits.
Another potential issue is her weight class. Harrison competed from 63 kg (138 lbs) to as high as 78 kg (172 lbs) in Judo,
meaning that for her to go to MMA, she will likely have to cut down to the 145 lb weight class.
It may sound like a tough cut, but weight cutting in the two sports is completely different, and Rousey made a similar drop from
155 lbs in Judo to 135 lbs in the UFC. The 145 lb division also isn't available in the UFC today, but as you may know, a lot can
happen in this sport in the span of two years.
According to Harrison, apart from keeping in touch with Rousey, the UFC champ also gave her contacts in MMA if she ever
decided to make that switch.

Ronda Rousey's former Judo teammate and Olympic Gold Medalist moving to MMA after 2016 Rio Games?
http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2015/4/3/8339167/ronda-rouseys-former-judo-teammate-and-olympic-gold-medalist-moving

74名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/04/04(土) 12:58:03.20ID:XuP/sqFN
Many eyes turned at Pedro’s Judo Center during practices in 2009. When Ronda Rousey and Kayla Harrison faced off,
it was the round to watch.
“I actually miss it,” Harrison said last week. “I miss having a girl to train with who hates to lose as much as me.”
Rousey, now an undefeated UFC champion, became the first U.S. Olympic women’s judo medalist when she took bronze in 2008.
Harrison, then 18 years old, was also at the Beijing Olympics, only as a training partner for the 21-year-old Rousey because
the U.S. did not earn a spot in Harrison’s weight division for those Games.
To prep, Rousey and Harrison went to a camp in relative seclusion at the home of their coach’s father off Arlington Pond in
Salem, N.H.
“No Internet,” Harrison said. “His TV sucked. It was very much Rocky style.”
They fought in the mornings outside, shaded from the July sun by a tarp normally used to cover a car.
“I had that age advantage, even though she was heavier,” said Rousey, who fought in Olympic judo one weight class lighter than
Harrison (about 17 pounds). “I always beat her.”
Then they ran around the lake. When they got back, Rousey and Harrison descended into the cellar and lifted weights.
“It was a catfight every day in the dojo,” said their coach, Jimmy Pedro.
“It works,” Harrison said. “I did the same thing before London.”
Harrison became the first American to win an Olympic judo gold medal at the London 2012 Games. That came three years after
her last training bout with Rousey.
In 2009, Rousey made a brief comeback to judo one year after capturing Olympic bronze, Harrison and Pedro said. After two
months training at Pedro’s Judo Center in Massachusetts, and a few days training in Japan, Rousey unexpectedly quit and
flew home to California, leading to her switch to mixed martial arts.
Rousey has said Pedro disapproved of MMA.
“He pretty much told me to go [bleep] myself,” Rousey said in 2013, according to USA Today. “He didn’t want to help me.”
“I’m not extremely happy with some of the comments that have been made in USA Today,” Pedro said in New York last week.
“It didn’t go down like they quoted. I wish Ronda well in her MMA career. I didn’t tell her to bleep off. We didn’t leave on bad terms.”
They left on unfortunate terms, the way Pedro and Harrison tell it. Rousey had returned to training with Pedro’s judo group for
two months in 2009 when she accepted an offer, with Pedro’s blessing, to spend a year training in Japan, the birthplace of the sport.
Some of America’s best judokas spent blocks in Japan, including the two-time Olympic bronze medalist Pedro. Rousey would
receive $40,000 for one year with housing and food paid for, plus two trips back to the U.S. to visit family, Pedro said.
Harrison and others from the Massachusetts group went with Rousey for her move-in to Japan in 2009. Here’s what Pedro
said happened:
“They did a big to-do for her. They rolled out the red carpet, had a big press thing for her. It was very important to the Japanese
that they had an American coming to live and train with them for a year. After four days, [Rousey] decided this isn’t for me.
Rather than talk to the Japanese, politely ask for her way out of it, she just packed her bags and left. The Japanese were very
upset. That’s not their culture. They don’t understand an American just taking off. That’s just not protocol. They shunned the
rest of our team and ignored our team. They [the other U.S. judokas] were there for another six weeks. They didn’t give them
any rides, didn’t pay attention to them. [The Japanese] were really pissed off.”
“This is all probably in [Rousey’s] book that’s coming out soon,” Harrison joked in a separate interview. “She moved home,
and I didn’t hear from her for a long time after that.”

75名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/04/04(土) 12:58:32.38ID:XuP/sqFN
Pedro said he’s occasionally seen Rousey since 2009 and wished her luck in person. He called her an icon and the most
recognizable female athlete in the world in an interview last week.
“I knew she’d be successful [in MMA],” Pedro said. “She got a level of judo living at our place for six years that no other
female on the planet, other than Kayla, has gotten.
Harrison is often asked if she might pursue MMA. She’s received offers. Even Rousey has brought it up as the former
roommates talk on the phone or text.
“We go back and forth,” Harrison said, adding that Rousey gave her MMA contacts if she wanted to get started. “It’s pretty
tempting at times. Who doesn’t want to be famous? Who doesn’t want to be rich? Who doesn’t yearn for all of those things
at some point in their life? But I just don’t know if it’s for me, quite honestly. I’m not as confident as Ronda in front of the
media. I don’t mean this in a negative way, but I’m not a showboater. I don’t think I would be very good at putting on a show
or talking trash.”
Rousey, who is quite good at putting on a show and talking trash, admires Harrison’s attitude.
“Kayla very much cared ? practice, competition, she had that deep caring about how she did,” Rousey said last month.
“What really made her stand out the most was how important it was to her, to see how passionate she was about it.”
Harrison can’t fight in MMA at her Olympic weight. Her judo weight class is a maximum 171 pounds. The highest women’s
MMA division caps at 145.
But Rousey competed in Olympic judo in one division lower than Harrison and has dominated in MMA since dropping 15-20
pounds in competition weight. So it’s possible.
And Harrison can be buoyed by the fact that she closed the gap on Rousey in their head-to-head sessions from that pre-2008
Olympic camp to those two months in 2009 when they were so competitive that everybody in the dojo had to watch.
“Who knows, maybe after Rio, [MMA] is what I’ll want to do,” Harrison said.

Kayla Harrison recalls Ronda Rousey’s judo exit, ponders future in MMA
http://olympictalk.nbcsports.com/2015/04/02/kayla-harrison-mma-ronda-rousey-judo-olympics/

76名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/06/04(木) 17:40:54.42ID:oaUj8pJv
ブラジル、格闘技大国の面も…原点は日本の柔道
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/sports/etc/20150603-OYT1T50042.html

77名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/06/05(金) 17:38:22.29ID:uEqDPcYY
Ronda Rousey Only Has Judo In Fighting Arsenal: Bethe Correia
http://www.ibtimes.com/ronda-rousey-only-has-judo-fighting-arsenal-bethe-correia-1949890

78名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/07/15(水) 01:09:05.37ID:RVP3PGW4
Thanks to UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, the most common question an outstanding female judo
athlete is likely to receive these days has nothing to do with judo at all.
“Everyone wants to know if and when you’re going to do mixed martial arts,” Marti Malloy, who won gold on Sunday in the
Pan Am Games’ 57-kilogram (125-pound) division, told USA TODAY Sports. “People assume that’s what you’re going to do next.”
Rousey’s spectacular rise from Olympic bronze medalist in Beijing in 2008 to one of the most influential female athletes in sports
(and a movie star to boot) would appear on the surface to have opened a natural path to the riches of the octagon for the likes
of Malloy, who won Olympic bronze in 2012 and has her sights set firmly on next year’s Rio de Janeiro Games.
“But it’s not quite as simple as that,” Malloy said. “The real meaning of judo is ‘the gentle way.’ There is no punching, no
kicking. To me it is very opposite to MMA. People say you can make a lot of money, but it has taken me a lifetime to become
good at judo. You can’t force a dream on someone.”
Rousey’s former contemporaries say her natural feistiness made MMA a perfect fit for her. For others, however, there is no
temptation to gravitate toward the UFC and the potential for fame.
Hannah Martin, who fights in Rousey’s old 63-kilogram (138-pound) weight class and was competing for bronze Monday night,
has busted her shoulders, knees and mangled her fingers during her judo career and is one of the most tenacious competitors on
the international circuit. Yet she has no wish to get “punched in the face.”
“I am not interested (in MMA),” Martin said.
The most touted potential defector from judo to the UFC has been Kayla Harrison, Rousey’s former sparring partner in the
buildup to Beijing and a gold medalist herself in 2012. Harrison would need to drop more than 20 pounds to compete at the
UFC’s highest level, much like Rousey was required to do when she switched. Training fights between the two were said to
have been the stuff of legend.

79名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/07/15(水) 01:12:05.10ID:RVP3PGW4
However, while judo has benefitted from increased interest as a result of Rousey’s (11-0 MMA, 5-0 UFC) success, U.S. national
team coach Jimmy Pedro warned that the lure of MMA should not be judged solely on the experience of the UFC star, who
fights Bethe Correia (9-0 MMA, 3-0 UFC) in Rio on Aug. 1 at UFC 190.
“There is a lot of money for the superstars, but you have to be willing to really pay a price and start all over again,” Pedro said.
“You are talking about years of training to learn a new sport. The hope is someday there is a payout.
“At the highest level, MMA is a well-put-together show, but to get started in the sport there is a very seedy atmosphere for
young girls, fighting in basements or bars, drunk guys yelling and screaming at the athletes. Ronda hit the lottery at the right
time. For another girl to do that and follow Ronda’s footsteps is next to impossible.”
Nevertheless, the Rousey factor has brought more young female athletes into judo clubs, according to national team member
Katie Sell, who fought against Rousey on numerous occasions.
“It is exciting to see that more people actually understand what judo is and don’t think its taekwondo or karate right away,”
she said. “We are all really proud of what Ronda is doing.”
Then there is the small matter of Rousey’s lethal armbar, the move she has used to dominate all of her MMA fights and one
to which none of her opponents have come close to finding an answer.
“That’s straight from judo,” Malloy said. “It is such a dynamic move, and she can execute it so many ways that she can
anticipate anything someone tries to do to get out of it. During her judo career, she worked for thousands and thousands of
hours to take someone down and perform that move. That’s why if anyone is going to stand a chance of beating her, they will
probably have to come from a judo background.”

Ronda Rousey effect on judo is strong, but it's tough act to follow
http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/olympics/2015/07/13/ronda-rousey-judo-effect/30111677/

80名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/07/20(月) 07:43:27.45ID:XuTzwlgk
浅井信幸・選手権実行委員長はリア・ノーヴォスチに対し、大会には日本人選手60人が参加する、と明かした。
勝者は11月、モロッコのカサブランカで行われる世界選手権に進出する。
浅井氏は語る。「サンボはロシア生まれの競技とされているが、根っこは柔道にある。サンボは技の技術だけでなく、
エネルギーの最適利用や相互援助および協力といった原理に表現される精神においても日本の伝統を引き継いでいる」
プーチン大統領はサンボおよび柔道のスポーツマスターである。ゆえに日本ではプーチン氏の名が地元サンボ杯に冠せられている。
プーチン大統領杯は日本で既に3回目の開催。

サンボ日本選手権「プーチン大統領杯」、開催
http://jp.sputniknews.com/sport/20150719/602517.html

81名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/07/30(木) 11:59:35.12ID:3QRyjFBv

82名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/07/30(木) 12:07:05.57ID:3QRyjFBv

83名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/08/01(土) 11:29:16.45ID:JM0CwkVL
Mayra Aguiar, the current Judo world Champion, has a bronze medal in the 2012 Olympic Games, a silver and two other
bronzes in the World Championship. However, she has a rivalry that goes way back to the 2007 Pan-American Games in
Rio de Janeiro when she was only 15 and lost twice to then 20 year old Ronda Rousey.
Now, at 23, Mayra revealed to Globo Esporte she enjoys MMA and watches Rousey fight when she can. Although her
main focus is still Judo, she would consider taking up MMA if the opportunity arises. Furthermore, she might even take
some tips from the UFC champion if it ever comes to that.
"I like MMA and I think it's cool, but I have to train to see how it is. I don't know I'll know how to punch someone in the
face or be punched in the face. I have never been punched in the face in my life, so I have to see if it would work or not.
If I decide to really do MMA, I will talk to Ronda to get some tips."
Even though Ronda defeated her twice in the past, Mayra reveals she still cheers for her and will be watching her fight
against Bethe Correia this Saturday.
"I'll watch the fight at home, I think it's really cool. She was always really strong and really good on the ground. She took
a lot of her judo game to MMA, which favored her a lot in the UFC. We don't really talk, but I really root for her."

Rousey's rival in Judo and current world champion considers taking up MMA
http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2015/7/30/9075235/ufc-190-ronda-rousey-mayra-aguiar-world-champion-mma-judo-mma-news

84名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/08/03(月) 11:19:01.81ID:Ys5HUNfR
Marti Malloy won the biggest title of her career at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, but won’t
be following one of the biggest names in Judo history to mixed martial arts.
Malloy defeated Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard to capture the -57kg (125 pound) gold medal on July 12 in Canada,
and told MMAFighting.com that UFC superstar Ronda Rousey, the first U.S. woman to earn an Olympic medal in Judo,
has always been one of her inspirations.
"We grew up fighting each other for years, actually," Malloy said. "I always told her she’s one of the main reasons
that I went to dojo and worked so hard because she always beat me."
Beating Rousey in judo wasn’t an easy feat, and Malloy can say she did it once. There’s an issue, though.
"She swears that I beat her one time, but I really don’t remember ever beating her," she said with a laugh, "because
I was always thinking ‘I have to beat Ronda, I have to beat Ronda’, because she would submit me with her famous armbar,
or beat me. We were part of the same club and we would fight almost every single weekend in that club."
"@adamistrippin: @RondaRousey did you help train marti Molloy? She's incredible." we fought all the time when we were kids
she's real legit
? Ronda Rousey (@RondaRousey) 30 julho 2012
A fan of Rousey’s armbars, Malloy was in China when the current UFC bantamweight champion won the Olympic bronze medal.
Malloy, who also won an Olympic bronze medal at London 2012, wasn’t surprised when "Rowdy" decided to leave judo for MMA.
"When Ronda was done fighting in Beijing, I really didn’t know where she would go next," Malloy said. "I saw her a couple years
later and she mentioned to me she was thinking about fighting mixed martial arts. At the time, I thought ‘but that doesn’t exist
for women yet’, but she made it exist.
"She’s amazing, and it’s inspiring to see somebody create a market for something that wasn’t even there. She basically made
that whole thing happen, and it’s great. She’s that kind of person that wherever she strides to be good at, she will be good at
because of her work ethic."

85名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/08/03(月) 11:19:31.89ID:Ys5HUNfR
A fan of mixed martial arts, Malloy rules out competing in other sport other than judo.
"I don’t know. At my age… I know I’m not that old, but I’m going to be 30 years old after the Olympics," she said. "For me,
transferring over to other martial arts and trying to learn and pick up new skills, isn’t something at that age I’m really that
excited about. I don’t wanna get punched or kicked [laughs]. I’m happier being just a fan of MMA than a practitioner."
Ronda Rousey, who puts the UFC title on the line in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. 1st, facing undefeated contender Bethe Correia at
the HSBC Arena, loves competing in the city. In 2007, Rousey won the gold medal at the Pan American Games and placed
second in the world championship.
Malloy, who also placed second at the world championship in Rio de Janeiro in 2013, wants to return to the city in 2016 for the
Olympic gold.
"I can’t wait to go to Rio next year," Malloy said. "I have good feeling about Rio. I took silver at the world in 2013 and I went
back to Saquarema in January for a training camp. I had a great training camp, had a really great time. It’s a really beautiful
place. It’s really nice to go again for the Olympics."
"I’ve had my first Olympic experience last time and luckily I was able to get the bronze medal, so I think, more than anything,
I’m prepared to go there and win," she continued. "I’ve learned a lot in the last three years since London, so I know I’m
completely capable of coming home with the gold. There’s just so many factors there’s going to come into play, my conditioning,
my state of mind, mentally, and who you’re going to fight first, second, and who you’re going to face in the final. My division is
a very, very tough one, so there’s no match that would be easy."
If everything goes right, Malloy will retire after competing in Rio de Janeiro.
"I wanna retire as Olympic champion and world champion," she said. "We have a world championship this year, and I think
that if I don’t come home with the gold medal, I think that I’ll try winning the gold before hanging my gi, for sure."

Pan American gold medalist once beat UFC star Ronda Rousey, but doesn’t remember it
http://www.mmafighting.com/2015/8/1/9036831/pan-american-gold-medalist-once-beat-ufc-star-ronda-rousey-but-doesn

86名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/08/16(日) 15:02:01.53ID:kxOKH4tR
ここ数試合のほとんどが秒殺ショーであり、「人類最強女子」の名を欲しいままにしているUFC女子王者のロンダ・ラウジー。
そんな彼女の技術に対して、最近現役復帰を示唆し話題となったエメリヤーエンコ・ヒョードルがもの申し話題となっている。
インタビューで、時の人ロンダに対して「言われているほど大した事無いよ」と一蹴し、「戦うことよりも他の注目に気を取られ過ぎ」ともコメント。
さらには、「女性には女性のスポーツ競技というもが存在する。体操とか水泳競技、陸上とか。
でもMMAってのは根本的に男のやるものだと思っている。これは男たちの為の競技なんだ」と女子総合格闘技自体を全否定。
最後に「彼女はナンバーワンだと言っているけど、パンチのミスが多すぎるし、あと相手を痛めつけるだけのやり方はあまり
おすすめできないね」と述べた。
現世の格闘界でロンダ・ラウジーの強さにイチャモンをつける人など皆無だっただけに、これは逆に新鮮なコメントだ。

場合によっては男尊女卑とも取れる問題発言。しかし、ヒョードルは相手をボコボコに殴る凶暴なファイターという反面、娘をこよなく
愛する優しいお父さんでもある。
最凶ファイターとしてなのか、娘を持つパパとしてなのか、どの目線で発言したか?で随分見方も変わってくる。

ネット上でも「これはUFCでヒョードル復帰の布石か?」という話題もちらほら出始めている今、このような揉め事は格闘ファンとしては
ワクワクする燃料でもある。
ロンダVSヒョードル、これからも注目の熱い戦いである。

帝王ヒョードルが世界最強女子、ロンダ・ラウジーをDIS!「大した事ねえ」「MMAは男の競技」
http://netallica.yahoo.co.jp/news/20150811-00045720-aol

米国女子柔道代表として北京五輪で銅メダルを獲得し、現在は格闘技UFC女子バンタム級王者のロンダ・ラウジー(28)が
ネット上で強気なコメントを発した。
10日にファンとのチャットを楽しんでいたラウジーは、あるファンからこんな質問を受けた。
「あなたはUFCのようなルール制限のない試合でメイウェザーに勝てるか?」。
メイウェザーといえば48戦無敗で、全階級を通じて最強と称されるボクサー。
5月に行われたマニー・パッキャオ戦では、この1試合だけで300億円超を稼ぎ出したスポーツ界のスーパースターだ。
ラウジーはこの問いに「彼は史上最強のボクサーの一人。ボクシングでは間違えなく負けるわ」とメイウェザーにまず敬意を示すと、
次のようにコメントを続けてファンを驚かせた。
「ルール制限のない試合であれば、地球上で私はだれでも打ち負かすことができると思っている。
それが正直な答えね」と最強王者にも勝てる自信があると打ち明かした。
実は昨年にもメディアに対して同様の発言をしていたラウジー。
1日に行なわれた試合でも開始34秒でKO勝ちを収め、これで3戦連続1ラウンドでの勝利。好調な戦いぶりに比例して、ますます舌も
滑らかのようだ。

女性格闘家 3戦連続KO勝ちに舌も滑らか「メイウェザーに勝てる」
http://www.sponichi.co.jp/battle/news/2015/08/11/kiji/K20150811010917500.html

87名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/10/14(水) 22:34:28.94ID:F0mYjF0c
LE PRESIDENT DE LA Federation Francaise de Judo INSULTE LE JOURNALISTE Arnaud Romera

Sur le compte facebook du journaliste nous pouvons lire le message suivant:

"Se faire insulter et diffamer en public par le President de la FF de Judo ... c'est fait!

6 mois apres sa brillante demonstration lors d'un debat sur le MMA dans Stade 2, le President decide de debriefer ce matin a l'Insep.
Il m'apostrophe a la fin de l'entrainement alors que je suis en cours d'un tournage Judo (le 25 eme de l'annee).

Devant les journalistes, les athletes et les entraineurs, il me traite a plusieurs reprises de malhonnete, d'incompetent, il assure que j
e ne connais rien a mon metier ni au judo et que je ne ferai jamais partie de la famille.

CE QUE TU FAIS,CA NE VAUT RIEN.TOI,JE NE TE RESPECTE PAS.

Puis il assure d'un ton peremptoire qu'il sait que les americains depensent des millions de dollars pour arroser des journalistes corrompus
afin qu'ils fassent la promo du MMA. Il insinue que j'en suis. Et finit par clore la conversation d'un condescendant : "Ce que tu fais,
ca ne vaut rien. Toi, je ne te respecte pas!"

Quelle grande lecon d'elegance, de classe, de maitrise, de respect et de clairvoyance. Voila des paroles et un etat d'esprit qui font
honneur aux sacro-saintes valeurs du Judo.

Je ne suis pas un champion mais un simple journaliste qui fait son travail de maniere passionnee, determinee et completement ... desinteressee!

Je peux entendre que je suis incompetent ou mediocre mais je ne peux accepter qu'on me traite de malhonnete et qu'on me manque
de respect. J'en tirerai tres bientot les conclusions.

QUE PENSEZ VOUS DE L'ATTITUDE DE JEAN LUC ROUGE A L'EGARD DU JOURNALISTE ARNAUD ROMERA ?

https://www.facebook.com/lepetitjournaldujudofrancais

88名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/10/28(水) 15:56:38.97ID:IDBupQtW
総合格闘技を五輪種目にするために 世界MMA連盟CEOインタビュー
http://sports.yahoo.co.jp/column/detail/201510280001-spnavi

89名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2015/10/29(木) 17:34:18.79ID:m7SJTjIG
「MMAはスポーツ」だと証明したい 世界MMA連盟CEOインタビュー(2)

http://sports.yahoo.co.jp/column/detail/201510290001-spnavi

90名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/01/29(金) 11:52:06.30ID:ILFuvXxl

91名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/04/19(火) 21:11:00.13ID:/ztpUBMP
Majlinda Kelmendi may be the most successful sportswoman in the history of Kosovo - but her coach says the authorities in her hometown
offer little support to future athletes like her.
Kelmendi, from Pec/Peja, a city in western Kosovo, was world judo champion in 2013 and 2014 as well as triple winner of the Grand Slam
in Paris 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Coach Driton Kuka told BIRN that although Kelmendi is a world champion, the municipality of Pec/Peja had shown very little interest in
supporting her club or her sport.
Last October, BIRN Kosovo reported that Kelmendi had warned that she would abandon her hometown entirely if the Municipality of
Pec/Peja did not give her club some financial aid.
“I am a double world champion but where I have to exercise it is -10 to 15 degrees Celsius in winter," she complained.
"I have to come in the morning with woollen socks and other clothes under my kimono,” Kelmendi added.
Kelmendi also said that when she travelled abroad in different countries she witnessed how sportswomen of her calibre were treated in
their home countries.
Up until October, the city gave her Ippon Club no financial support at all. Later, they helped the judo club by giving them some heating
material during the winter.
They also offered 5,000 euros in cash, but in the end allocated only half of that amount. “We are still waiting for the rest,” Kuka said.
Durim Sheremeti, chef-de-cabinet in the mayor's office, said that the funds intended for sport are divided proportionally based on
recommendations from the city's sports directorate.
“The money [the other 2,500 euros] is in the process [of being allocated] because we had some delays from the Ministry of Finance,”
Sheremeti explained.
For 2016, the municipality has allocated only 2,000 euros for the club, which coach Kuka called “shameful”.
He told BIRN that the municipality seemed ignorant and indifferent to the importance of sport for the city and the country.
“The municipality is destroying a discipline [judo], which has resulted in the greatest successes in the history of Albanian sport,” Kuka said.
Sheremeti said the municipality had a smaller budget this year, so they could not provide any more financial help.

Kosovo Judo Champ Feels Spurned in Her Hometown
http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/kosovo-judo-world-champion-disappointed-with-local-treatment-04-15-2016

92名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/06/09(木) 00:20:20.19ID:OiMIV3j+
SVT

93名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/07/21(木) 22:20:28.87ID:hHbDY+lF
かねてから「日本のお家芸」と言われてきた柔道だが、4年前のロンドン五輪では金メダルわずか「1」という屈辱を味わった。男子の金はゼロ。
女子57キロ級で松本薫が頂点に立ったのが唯一だった。
日本勢がそんな歴史的惨敗を喫する裏で、初の金メダルを手にした国があった。アメリカである。女子78キロ級でケイラ・ハリソンが世界一に輝き、同国に
初の栄冠をもたらした。以来、4年が経ち、リオデジャネイロ五輪が迫る中で、米高級紙「ウォール・ストリート・ジャーナル」紙がいかにして同選手が
進化したかについて特集している。
「JUDO」という競技が国際化し、世界の国々がメダル数を増やす中で、ハリソンは「寝技」で自身のスタイルを確立していったようだ。
「私は世界中でとても多くのトレーニングキャンプを組んできたし、寝技の乱取り、すなわちスパーリングを3ラウンドにわたって行なってきたんです。
他の人たちが立ち技での乱取りを10ラウンドこなしている時にです」
26歳の金メダリストは記事の中でそう語っている。
記事によると、ロンドンで頂点に立ったハリソンには、総合格闘技界も注目。もし参戦すれば億万長者になった可能性もあったという。
それでもハリソンは「私は26歳ですが、全く新しいアスリート人生を送りたいと思うでしょうか。そうは思いません。私は柔道に関わり続けたいのです」と語り、
UFCなどへの参戦に否定的な姿勢を示し続けているという。
記事ではハリソンがリオ五輪に向けても多くの練習時間を寝技に割いていることを紹介。「寝技は決して派手でも爆発性もないが、アメリカ人柔道家にとって
の信条なのだ」とレポートしている。ハリソン自身、「寝技は相手にとっての弱点になります。それと同時に私たちの長所です。だからこそ鍛え上げているのです」
と語っているという。
自らのストロングポイントを突き詰めることが、世界一への最短距離――。ロンドン五輪で頂点に立ったハリソンは、その練習法こそが自身の生命線と考えている
ようだ。同級のリオ五輪代表で2015年世界選手権覇者の梅木真美も昨年のグランドスラム東京大会準決勝ではハリソンに惜敗。今大会も強敵になることは
間違いない。

米柔道界に初の五輪金メダルをもたらした柔道家 その進化の要因とは
https://the-ans.jp/news/1023/

94名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/07/30(土) 17:34:34.19ID:lpzB/sxa
「老舗」柔道の顧客離れ危惧、味+宣伝も/コラム - 柔道
http://www.nikkansports.com/olympic/rio2016/judo/news/1686755.html

95名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/10/01(土) 21:18:07.56ID:mJr05CcG
ラグビー、イングランド代表のエディー・ジョーンズ(Eddie Jones)ヘッドコーチ(HC)は、11月のテストマッチに向けて新たなタックル技術を取り入れるために、
柔道の専門家を招へいする意向を示した。
イングランド代表指揮官に就任して以降、短期間でシックスネーションズ(Six Nations Rugby 2016)で全勝優勝(グランドスラム)を成し遂げ、
母国オーストラリアにも3連勝を記録した56歳のジョーンズHCは、日本伝統の格闘技である柔道がラグビーに役立つと確信している。
英西部ウェストミッドランド(West Midlands)のウォルバーハンプトン(Wolverhampton)にある柔道の練習場を訪れたジョーンズHCは、
柔道の元世界女王であるケイト・ホーウェイ(Kate Howey)氏と面会して大きな影響を受けた。
ジョーンズ氏は30日、南アフリカをはじめ、フィジー、アルゼンチン、そしてオーストラリアとの11月のテストマッチに招集するメンバー発表すると、
「英ブライトン(Brighton)のトレーニング合宿には、数人の柔道家も帯同することになる。オーストラリアへの遠征で学んだことの一つは、タックル時の
組み合いの練習をする必要があることだ。故に、柔道のコーチを招へいすることにした」と明かした。

ジョーンズHC、タックル技術向上のため合宿に柔道家を招へい News
http://www.afpbb.com/articles/-/3102870

96名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/10/28(金) 18:16:07.60ID:DZVo8WiT
リオ五輪の柔道女子78kg級で2大会連続となる金メダルを獲得したケイラ・ハリソンがMMA(総合格闘技)転向を表明。K-1で活躍したレイ・セフォーが
代表を務めるアメリカ第三のMMA団体『WSOF』と契約を交わしたことを現地メディアが報じた。
ハリソンは2012年ロンドン五輪の柔道女子78kg級に22歳で出場。母国に同階級で初となる金メダルをもたらした。さらに今年8月のリオ五輪では、
全試合一本勝ちという圧倒的な強さで2大会連続となる金メダルを獲得。大会後に柔道からの引退を表明していた。
そんなアメリカ柔道界の功労者であるハリソン。実は、UFCのスター選手として活躍する元UFC女子バンタム級王者ロンダ・ラウジーの柔道時代の同僚であった。
2008年の北京五輪で柔道女子70kg級の銅メダリストに輝き、母国アメリカに女子柔道史上初のメダルをもたらしたラウジーのトレーニングパートナーを務めていた。
ハリソンの元同僚である元UFC女子バンタム級王者ロンダ・ラウジー
ラウジーがその後、MMAに転向してスターダムへと駆け上がったことから、ハリソンも引退後はMMAに転向するのではとの噂がささやかれるようになっていた。
また、本人も複数のMMA団体から接触があったことを認め、「私はケージ(金網で囲まれたリング)の中で、たくさんお金を稼ぐために相手を打ちのめすことも
出来ると思うわ」と話すなど、MMA転向を匂わせていた。
リオ五輪後は「全く可能性が無いとは言いきれないけれど、今の答えは”ノー”ね」と、現時点でのMMA転向は無いとしていたが、今回のMMA転向とWSOFとの契約に至っている。
現地メディアの取材に対し、ハリソンは「自分にとって最も大きかったのは競争が恋しくなったことね。また、世界最高峰の舞台で戦いたいと思うようになったの。
WSOFは私に素晴らしいチャンスを与えてくれたわ」と話している。
ハリソンのデビュー戦の日程等はまだ発表されていないが、12月31日アメリカ・ニューヨーク州のマディソン・スクエア・ガーデン(MSG)にて開催される
『WSOF 34』で、コメンテーターを務めることが決まっている。

【WSOF】五輪柔道女子の金メダリストがMMA転向、元チームメイトのラウジーに続く
http://efight.jp/news-20161028_249116

97名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/12/12(月) 01:09:53.29ID:Anh36/Bb
Morgane RIbout marche sur les traces de Ronda Rousey. L'ancienne championne du monde judo (-57 kg, 2009), retraitee des tatamis depuis 2014,
vient d'annoncer qu'elle changeait de discipline pour se lancer dans le MMA (Mixed Martial Art). ≪Cela fait plusieurs annees que j'ai envie de faire du MMA.
Cela a du commencer vers 2010-2011, a-t-elle declare dans un entretien accorde au Point. Dans mon esprit et dans le meilleur des mondes, je comptais faire
les JO 2012, etre idealement championne olympique et arreter ma carriere de judo pour me lancer dans le MMA.≫
≪J'ai ete seduite par le cote ludique du MMA : je commencais a visualiser la maniere dont j'allais aborder un combat, les opportunites qui pourraient
s'ouvrir, les enchainements et les techniques a placer...≫ Morgane Ribout devrait disputer son premier combat de MMA, dont les competitions ont
ete interdites en France par un arrete ministeriel, au premier trimestre 2017.

Judo - Morgane Ribout, ancienne championne du monde de judo, se lance dans le MMA
http://www.lequipe.fr/Judo/Actualites/Morgane-ribout-ancienne-championne-du-monde-de-judo-se-lance-dans-le-mma/757350

98名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/12/12(月) 01:10:09.44ID:Anh36/Bb
The alternate-reality, ‘classy’ Ronda Rousey is ready to storm MMA | New York Post
http://nypost.com/2016/12/10/the-alternate-reality-classy-ronda-rousey-is-ready-to-storm-mma/

99名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2016/12/27(火) 01:45:59.03ID:5187ebXl
Modified Khabarelli pick-up.

Giorgi Gviniashvili This technic is from georgian wrestling "chidaoba". It's name is not khabareli,it is "aglejva"

Eldar Toklani I thought it's called Gadauli, no?

Zakaria Khitarishvili Yes its called gadauli

Giorgi Gviniashvili No it's not right,Gadavleba (not gadauli) is name of grip,from this grip you can do many throws,but this throw is aglejva.

100名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/01/06(金) 08:01:18.40ID:q75QOHXF

101名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/01/25(水) 00:12:45.59ID:JIlT+ZMi
IME AFRAID NEIL IS TELLING PORKYS !! THE ORIGINS OF THIS HOLDOWN CAME FROM THE ORIGIONAL INVENTER NICK KOKOTAYLO IN 1977 !! kOKOGATAMI
PROOF IS PICS I HAVE IN THE 1977 NATONAL SQUAD SELECTIONS CRYSTAL PALACE LONDON HOLDING GREAM CAMPBLE SCOTLAND WITH IT
SO PLAESE STOP GIVING ECKERSLY THE CREDIT FOR THIS MOVE AS I INVENTED THE THING AND HE ADOPTED IT AND IS TAKING ALL THE GLORY !!
SO PLEASE DO YOUR RESERCH PROPERLY !!THANKS .
PS NEIL ECKERLSY WILL TELL YOU !!
PPS NOT TAKING ANYTHING AWAY FROM NEILS JUDO HE WAS A GOOD JUDO. COMPETITOR
WAS WITH HIM MANY TIMES AT INTERNATIONALS !!

102名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/06/09(金) 20:53:08.28ID:3+BXFpV0
世界の「格闘技」のルーツは日本にあった──谷川貞治がたどるファイターたちの系譜
https://gqjapan.jp/culture/sports/20170609/family-tree-of-martial-arts

103名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/06/28(水) 13:20:44.81ID:MHndtPSm
ボクシングのWBO世界スーパーフライ級王者井上尚弥(24=大橋)が27日、リオデジャネイロ五輪柔道男子60キロ級銅メダリストの
高藤直寿(24=パーク24)と合同練習を敢行した。横浜市内の大橋ジムで実技指導しながら意見交換。高藤は世界選手権(8〜9月、ブダペスト)で4年
ぶりの世界一を狙う。
高藤は経験したことがないような動きに、進化のヒントを探った。昨年9月の井上のV4戦を会場で観戦するなど、以前からボクシングに関心を
持ってきた。この日、念願かない、世界王者からの直接指導も受けると、「いろいろな動きを取り入れたい。いつもと違うので、思ったより息が
上がりますね」と、大粒の汗を流しながら充実感をにじませた。
8月には世界選手権がある。その先には20年東京五輪も待つ。「この年になると柔道の技術向上より、いろいろなことからヒントを探りたい」と貪欲だ。柔
道は外国勢が他の格闘技の技術を持ち込むなど、多角化が進んでいる。人一倍研究熱心な高藤も、「まったく違う競技だからやる意味がある」と
狙いを持つ。「1、2回で分かるものではない」と、継続的にボクシングも研究していく姿勢を見せていた。

高藤直寿、異種合同トレ「いろいろヒント探りたい」 - 柔道
https://www.nikkansports.com/sports/news/1846953.html

世界で戦う同学年の2人の格闘家がタッグを組んだ。ボクシングのWBO世界スーパーフライ級王者井上尚弥(24=大橋)が27日、リオデジャネイロ
五輪柔道男子60キロ級銅メダリストの高藤直寿(24=パーク24)と合同練習を敢行した。横浜市内の大橋ジムで実技指導しながら意見交換。
米国に初進出する9月9日の6度目の防衛戦に向けたスパーリングを開始した日に、異種交流で大きな刺激をもらった。高藤も世界選手権(8〜9月、
ブダペスト)で4年ぶりの世界一を狙う。
米国デビューに向けた本格スタートに、井上が珍しい“パートナー”を伴って現れた。「今日、みっちりやってもらいますから。打ち合いもしますよ」。
冗談まじりに楽しそうに視線を向けた先にいたのは高藤。昨夏のリオ五輪後に知人を通じて知り合い、意気投合した24歳同士。食事などで交流を深め、
以前よりボクシングを経験したいと希望していた親友の申し出を快諾し、ジムに招いた。
初めて本格的にグローブをつけた高藤にまずは実技指導。パンチの基礎を教えると、リングに誘った。「打ってきて」と軽快にステップを踏んで、
パンチをかわす。リラックスした表情で向き合うと、「刺激になりますね! 柔道の踏ん張りなどもボクシングに生きると思う。やってみたいですね」と、
逆の立場での練習も希望した。
高藤と汗を流す前には、違う「パートナー」相手に引き締まった表情を見せた。WBOフェザー級4位セルベニヤ(フィリピン)と4回のスパーリングを行った。
3階級上の強豪にも力負けしない打撃を打ち込み、米国進出に向けた実戦練習を開始した。「まだまだですね。無駄なパンチをもらっている」としながらも、
動きは切れていた。挑戦者のニエベス(米国)の映像も見たそうで、「まとまった選手。かみ合いそう」と本場ファンを熱狂させるKO劇を予感させた。
「今度は柔道着を持ってくるから、ぜひ柔道を」と高藤から提案されると、「受け身ですよね。中学でやったなあ」と機会を探っての挑戦に意欲も見せた。
競技は違うが、戦うフィールドは同じく世界。切磋琢磨(せっさたくま)をガソリンに、スタートダッシュを切った。

井上尚弥、高藤直寿と異種合同トレ「刺激になる」 - ボクシング
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/news/1846921.html

104名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/07/01(土) 22:59:37.30ID:CgxWhjA3
柔道の12年ロンドン、16年リオデジャネイロ両五輪女子78キロ級金メダリストのケイラ・ハリソン(26=米国)が来年2月、
米総合格闘技の第3団体PFLでデビューすることが分かった。6月29日(日本時間30日)に米メディアが報じたもので、対戦相手や会場などは未定。
同級で米国に初の金メダルをもたらしたハリソンはリオ五輪後に引退を表明し、総合格闘家に転向していた。08年北京五輪銅メダリストで
元UFCバンタム級王者ロンダ・ラウジーの練習パートナーを務めた経験もある。

105名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/07/01(土) 22:59:54.10ID:CgxWhjA3
五輪柔道連覇のハリソンが来年米総合格闘技デビュー
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/news/1848451.html

106名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/07/29(土) 23:26:32.28ID:aO/Cvp0T
Wilt Chamberlain vs A Retarded Orange Ape In The White House とその分身(Sasha S、James Long)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMLzQD6o4Ts

107名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/11/28(火) 14:54:53.55ID:peU3qC2w
【DEEP JEWELS】女子柔道出身・渡辺華奈、デビュー戦に自信「私の方が強い」
http://efight.jp/news-20171128_273630

108名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/12/06(水) 15:41:13.34ID:jDZQRQr3
美女柔道家・渡辺華奈、圧巻の総合格闘技デビュー 年末の大型格闘技イベント「RIZIN」でニューヒロイン誕生か「大晦日、空いてます」
https://news.nifty.com/article/entame/showbizd/12173-oric2101746/

109名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/12/12(火) 21:38:36.16ID:sixP3EuI
【RIZIN】渡辺華奈と超人女子・杉山しずかの美ボディ対決が決定
http://efight.jp/news-20171212_275036

110名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/12/16(土) 03:45:08.83ID:ohChp+pZ
【RIZIN】渡辺華奈「打撃は楽しい。打ち合いになっても大丈夫」
http://efight.jp/news-20171214_275172

111名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2017/12/29(金) 19:48:56.52ID:2rWpi4TZ
【RIZIN】“マッチョすぎるYAWARAちゃん”渡辺華奈が初勝利「もっと強い人とやらせて」
http://www.hochi.co.jp/fight/20171229-OHT1T50120.html

112名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2018/01/04(木) 23:11:25.16ID:J60RFOW2
【RIZIN】渡辺華奈、女子中量級を盛り上げていく
http://efight.jp/news-20180102_276978

113名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2018/03/28(水) 08:43:54.88ID:PbMXjivs
【柔術】柔道vs柔術・総合格闘家・サンボ連合軍の異種格闘技戦が実現!
http://efight.jp/news-20180327_282546

114名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2018/06/22(金) 16:46:14.73ID:UEC3bCs4
2×柔道五輪金メダリスト=ケイラ・ハリソン、腕十字でMMA初陣を飾る
http://mmaplanet.jp/80742

115名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。2018/07/27(金) 23:52:29.93ID:0RCc/yuc
元柔道エリートの美人格闘家、“戦力外通告”が転機に「まだ選手としてやりきっていない」
https://www.iwate-np.co.jp/article/oricon/2116321

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