Mongolian Judo

Mongolian Judo

16 Seasons

Superstar Judo is proud to bring you three of Mongolia’s best fighters. They are led by their first ever World Champion; Tsagaanbaatar Khashbaatar, who has just recently retired from competitive judo.

When rules have changed Mongolia have always been at the forefront of new technique development. They push judo onto new levels and the rest of the world tries to keep up. This comes from the Mongolian nomadic mentality of adapting to changing circumstances. This mentality also applies to contests and randori; as the circumstances of a fight change their grips, entries and throws change.

You will never have seen an approach to gripping like that of the Mongolians; how to deceive an opponent, or combine unorthodox grips.

Mongolian Judo offers a unique perspective, with a different way of thinking and a refreshing approach to everything about our amazing sport. This truly is what judo is all about.

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Mongolian Judo
  • Overview | Tai Otoshi | Davaadorj

    Episode 1

    Double Asian Games Champion Davaadorj introduces his Tai otoshi

  • Grips | Davaadorj

    Episode 2

    Double Asian Games Champion Davaadorj reveals the grips and hand movement for his Tai otoshi

  • Lower Body | Davaadorj

    Episode 3

    Double Asian Games Champion Davaadorj reveals the leg and foot movement for his Tai otoshi

  • Competition variations | Davaadorj

    Episode 4

    A chance to see Double Asian Games Champion Davaadorj using his Tai otoshi at the world's biggest competitions