DescriptionEditExecuted by charging backward then pressing forward and kick, Dee Jay hops forward with one foot while delivering a roundhouse kick with the other, then landing with that foot while delivering a backward-facing kick with the first. The distance travelled, damage dealt and speed of the attack are determined by the kick button used: if light kick is used, Dee Jay will only use the initial hopping roundhouse. The attack also has an EX Special version which travels furthest, deals the most damage and moves the quickest.
The move is named for the "rolling sobat", a Japanese professional wrestling term which generally refers to a backwards kick. This move partially shares its name with one of Guile's unique attacks, the Rolling Sobat--both moves adhere fairly faithfully to the original meaning.