I was working on arm triangles last night and thought to myself "With a closed guard and a wrist or two, shouldn't you be able to set these up in MMA just as well?" You know, how you use your legs in conjunction with your hands on their wrists and pull them over your head to make them base, then move your head to the outside and lock up the Triangle from the bottom. I was wondering why this isn't ever really seen in MMA? I realize the threat of getting punched or elbowed but I figured that if you could get a wrist or two, or maybe even an underhooks, that them trying to punch you would make it EASIER to throw them off balance because they would be doing it a little bit themselves by trying to strike. Your thoughts?