I absolutely agree, Okuda was great on that match, and Aja too...the match began as a simple squash from Aja, but slowly develoed and Okuda -although her winning was never even suspected- managed to really shine on that match
among the highlights of the match:
-Okuda's sequence of German followed by the diving knee attack. Those were really delivered with the authority of a veteran (although then she went back into rookie mode by delivering some cute but weak elbows/fists on Aja's back)
-Aja's atttempt at a uraken: before doing it she sort of pats on Okuda's cheek as is saying "be quiet, little girl, and it'll be over in a second; it'll hurt less if you don't resist it"
-Okuda's immediate blocking the uraken