"Single Motion Defensive Response" #2
This is the 2nd version of the previously described Combination, and is utilized when the previously practiced motion is compromised by the Uke retracting their striking hand/arm before the Tori is able to secure the ability to manipulate/control it.
Though the Uke may chose to (completely) roll over (to a prone position, face down), it is a rare occurrence. Most often the Uke will be taken to the ground, and will be placed on their back. We instruct students in two (standard) manner's of rolling the Uke to the prone position (though I won't be covering those here, at this time).