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Choke of Doom

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Enhance, Aug 18, 2010.

  1. Enhance

    Enhance White Belt

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    Hope you all enjoy this. It's a nasty choke setup from side control by baiting your opponent to turtle into you. Not really called choke of doom, but have this choke drilled on you a few times and feel how horrible it is.

    I guess it's the same concept as a brabo choke if it had to have a name?

    Let us know what you think!

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  2. RespectIsEarned

    RespectIsEarned Real life Brown belt

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    I like, I am in top control so much I enjoy new techniques.
     
  3. bnosam

    bnosam Green Belt

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    Your kind (helpful, and with legit credentials) are not welcome on sherdog :icon_chee

    Anyway, in all seriousness, thanks for the video. I'm sure some of the gi players will enjoy it.
     
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    Fedorzilla Brown Belt

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    Solid technique.

    I miss training under Luis. The guy's sick. Of course Tanq's rocking the gi with the fancy lining. haha
     
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    redaxe Silver Belt

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    Yeah that's pretty much an arm triangle with the gi. Sick choke, but I think it's much tighter if you pass the end of the lapel to your other hand and do the gi brabo choke.
     
  6. Enhance

    Enhance White Belt

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    That you Mark? It's Chris - hope you're doing well over there in China!
     

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