Are there many effective submission techniques that can be done standing for...

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  1. 33Breeze Orange Belt

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    Are there many effective no gi submission techniques that can be done standing for self defense from bjj or any other grappling art? What are they?
     
  2. Defy Unforgiven

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    search feature maybe.
     
  3. silverline122 Brown Belt

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    standing gogoplatter ftw
     
  4. danxgerous White Belt

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    some purple from brazil taught my last class for some reason and he showed us a cool standing wristlock. its just like the one jacare does.
     
  5. AlexBJJ** Banned Banned

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    wristlocks ftw
     
  6. redpits Orange Belt

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    guillotine baby guillotine,
     
  7. FlameBoy Green Belt

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    Standing head and arm choke from a failed haymaker!!
     
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    that's the million dollar dream!
     
  9. No Quarter Blue Belt

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    I have seen it done.
     
  10. codemonkey76 Black Belt

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    flying armbar
     
  11. PhillyD45 Orange Belt

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    Standing arm bar, guillotine, rear naked choke, russian arm bar, wrist lock, full nelson, arm lock, there are a ton. I don't think BJJ teaches this until much higher levels. I'm a catch wrestler so these are in the basics. My favorite choke I don't know the name of. It's from the clinch. You duck under the opponents arm and figure four him. You essentially hug his neck to the shoulder you just ducked under. This thing works like a charm.
     
  12. Czyivn Yellow Belt

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    That's the standing arm triangle.
     
  13. spirez Purple Belt

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    Getting dropped on concrete ftw
     
  14. lethalazn Purple Belt

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    preferably behind you, with both hooks sunk in
    High % Ones
    Guillotine
    Rear Naked Choke (dragging the guy back instead of hooks may work better for SD)

    The others
    Standing Kimura (works better near a wall)
    Head+Arm Choke
     
  15. Saith UFC poster boy

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    In self defense, just kick him in the nuts and choke him when he hits the ground.
     
  16. PhillyD45 Orange Belt

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    Yes! Thank you. It's great.

    In BJJ what level do they start teaching standing techniques? Or is it per instructor?
     
  17. EndoG Blue Belt

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    Been posted before, but topical:
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  18. whipyourasstyle Exitus acta probat

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    The Second time I ever choked a guy out at work (I work in a Miami night club) was with this exact thing. Drunk idiots go out very fast, when I let go of him at the side door he fell like he was dead :redface:
     
  19. TheGambler13 Green Belt

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    I like this one.

    Kimura, Guillotine, Head-Arm Triangle, Anaconda, Wrist Locks, there is some good stuff. Catch the leg and drop him into a leg lock
     
  20. Darkslide632 Brown Belt

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    Waki gatame is one of the fastest and, IMO, most effective submissions from standing. Of course you don't stand long, as a quick drop to the ground is the proper finish from standing.

    It is effective enough to be used successfully in competition, and dangerous enough that Judo does not allow you to drop directly to the ground due to the high probability of injury.
     

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