That is why I said "almost". I know there are people who are lightweight but I think they are in the lower side of the scale for average weight.Or just short/skinny. That's around where I am. Don't think anyone would look at me and think "bigger guy" though.
I've taken some seminars from elite female judoka. By "elite" I mean "olympic medalists."If somebody told me they were an 'elite judo fighter', I'd assume they were exaggerating.
Is that slang for black belt? I can't imagine a black belt calling themselves 'Elite'. That sounds like something an orange belt who joined martial arts four months ago, regularly watches UFC/kung fu movies/youtube videos, and been in two fights back in high school would say.
As a JKD fighter and sifu I can say that, in my opinion, it depends entirely upon the skills of the fighter, Judo or (street) fighter. Experience and heart make all the difference. Yes, other factors are at work but the trained, "elite" judo fighter has a better chance of winning.
God i hate short people, you stand there like, where the love am i meant to punch, as they have free rein to IP man your groin.Or just short/skinny. That's around where I am. Don't think anyone would look at me and think "bigger guy" though.
It's kind of a silly question. You're suggesting matching someone with no training against a world class athlete. Do you think you can out run Usain Bolt? Out drive Michael Schumacher? Out Quarterback Tom Brady?
Are you planning on fighting a 105lb female judoka soon? This seems oddly specific...
Well, all other things being equal, I'll put my money on the judoka, and hope you have good heath insurance.