There is, inter alia, a full match of Parisi (the second match in the clip), refereed by the young-looking Barcos, now notorious as IJF Chief referee. Parisi's bilateral attacks are always nice to see
At minute 12:00 there a match with the notorious and late Kuznetsov (he died in 2011), the physically strongest judoka we ever measured, and who competed internationally winning medals until an extremely advanced aged for an international elite judoka. In this match during the Moscow Olympics he is 39.5 years old, and still dangerous !
Note how in certain matches a player may fall flat on his back and ... still no ippon if there isn't enough speed and power ! Look at 33'02, that's a kôka ! Today, idiots award ippon for that !! Oh, and in case you wonder what some of the stuff is in the Solodoukhin/Reisman fight is, it's called newaza, which in those days still was a ... normal part of competitive judo ... And note how the fighting experience isn't destroyed by referees awarding hansoku-make, a penalty rarely seen in those days.
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