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 pressed: light kick version will only hop a short distance and launch only the initial roundhouse; medium and heavy kick versions will perform both kicks, with the latter covering a slightly longer distance between the blows.
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.
This technique is best used for rapid approach and finish combos safely.