takedowns against the cage yes or no?

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  1. rmongler

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    It must be the work of an enemy stand!
     
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    Look at Nieman Gracie's fights; he sets up an excellent step around/polish throw using the cage to get his leg deep around in between the the opponents, making for a high percentage finish. Roger Gracie used the same technique in his last fight two years ago too. And although he did not capitalize, Demian Maia's go-behind with the underhook vs Kamaru Usman was also a virtuous technique.
     
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    I'm definitely a noob when it comes to this position, but what about this sort of technique?


    It's from John Salter...involves using your knee to create space between the opponent and the fence.
     

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