kimarite

Zubuneri vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

zubuneri | kimarite |

Zubuneri is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between zubuneri and kimarite

is that zubuneri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker buries his head in the opponent's chest, locks his arm, and spins him down using the head as fulcrum while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Yoritaoshi vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

yoritaoshi | kimarite |

Yoritaoshi is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between yoritaoshi and kimarite

is that yoritaoshi is (sumo) a kimarite in which, during a yorikiri attack, the opponent collapses to the floor while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Yorikiri vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

yorikiri | kimarite |

Yorikiri is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between yorikiri and kimarite

is that yorikiri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker drives his opponent out backwards while maintaining a constant grip on his mawashi while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Yobimodoshi vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

yobimodoshi | kimarite |

Yobimodoshi is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between yobimodoshi and kimarite

is that yobimodoshi is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker first pulls his opponent forward, then suddenly releases his grip and pushes him back and down while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Yaguranage vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

yaguranage | kimarite |

Yaguranage is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between yaguranage and kimarite

is that yaguranage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker pulls his opponent towards him, places his knee against his opponent's inner thigh and drives the leg upwards while forcing him over while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Watashikomi vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

watashikomi | kimarite |

Watashikomi is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between watashikomi and kimarite

is that watashikomi is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker, while driving his opponent forward, grabs his leg and pulls it, forcing him over while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Waridashi vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

waridashi | kimarite |

Waridashi is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between waridashi and kimarite

is that waridashi is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker grabs his opponent's arm at the biceps and pushes him back and out while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Uwatenage vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

uwatenage | kimarite |

Uwatenage is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between uwatenage and kimarite

is that uwatenage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker heaves his opponent down as he turns away while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Uwatehineri vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

uwatehineri | kimarite |

Uwatehineri is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between uwatehineri and kimarite

is that uwatehineri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker twists his opponent in the direction of his outside arm while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

Uwatedashinage vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

uwatedashinage | kimarite |

Uwatedashinage is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between uwatedashinage and kimarite

is that uwatedashinage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker pulls his opponent forward and down while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.

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