About 15 - 16 years ago, I studied a style of karate that used some aikido-like defenses and throws in addition to the typical strikes and blocks of karate. The dojo also had an aikido class on Wednesday nights. There is a particular move I learned that I am trying to remember. Because it was so long ago, I can't remember if it was in the karate class or aikido class. It was a defense against a round/hook punch. The idea was to sort of catch the arm with two hands and redirect it in a circular motion. I think it then involved turning and stepping under the opponent's arm, which then put you in the position to throw them forwards. However, it's all very hazy and there were several defenses that worked similarly. Does this sound familiar to anyone and does anyone have a link to a video demonstrating it?