kakenage

Hook vs Kakenage - What's the difference?

hook | kakenage |


As nouns the difference between hook and kakenage

is that hook is a rod bent into a curved shape, typically with one end free and the other end secured to a rope or other attachment while kakenage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker hooks one leg under those of his opponent, raises the hooked leg up and back forcing the opponent up and over.

As a verb hook

is to attach a hook to.

Opponent vs Kakenage - What's the difference?

opponent | kakenage |


As nouns the difference between opponent and kakenage

is that opponent is an individual or group who is a rival of another while kakenage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker hooks one leg under those of his opponent, raises the hooked leg up and back forcing the opponent up and over.

As a adjective opponent

is situated in front; opposite; hence, opposing; adverse; antagonistic.

Attacker vs Kakenage - What's the difference?

attacker | kakenage |


As nouns the difference between attacker and kakenage

is that attacker is someone who attacks while kakenage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker hooks one leg under those of his opponent, raises the hooked leg up and back forcing the opponent up and over.

Kakenage vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

kakenage | kimarite |

Kakenage is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between kakenage and kimarite

is that kakenage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker hooks one leg under those of his opponent, raises the hooked leg up and back forcing the opponent up and over while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.