Karo hit some SICK throws against Diego.
Unfortunately, like most Judo guys, Karo gave Diego all kinds of space after throwing him. This allowed Diego to roll and wriggle out into a better position before Karo was able to secure top position and make his throw count.
I have trained with Judo guys who are great at throwing, but end up losing the takedown during the scramble for position that happens after the throw.
As a folkstyle wrestler, maintaining complete control over your opponent throughout the takedown and as soon as it hit the mat was crucial. I think that Judo rules, favoring the ippon give less incentive for players to control their opponent's on the way down.