Dave Camarillo - Amazing Armbar?

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  1. DatchGuy

    DatchGuy White Belt

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    Is this common to catch the arm right there? Do you think he drills this off from the sweep?
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  2. cbtrn

    cbtrn Green Belt

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    Which armbar is it?
     
  3. lts5025

    lts5025 "What the **** is a Dim Mack?"

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    Try that again.
     
  4. Higher Learning

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    *edit* nevermind
     
  5. DatchGuy

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    Sorry fellas, new to this forum. Thought imbeding a video would be just like any other forum, guess not.

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  6. Title Fight Productions

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    Well played.
     
  7. TheHereticJay

    TheHereticJay I scoff at your belt rankings

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    It's kinda like that armbar drill where as soon as your partner straightens their arm, you armbar it from whereever you are. If the arm is straight, it can be armbarred. But nonetheless, it was a pretty badass armbar to catch.
     
  8. MogwaiJitsu

    MogwaiJitsu White Belt

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    Helicopter armbar? Braulio uses this same set up.
     
  9. DatchGuy

    DatchGuy White Belt

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    Very true.
    The guy is an arm killer
     
  10. DatchGuy

    DatchGuy White Belt

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  11. syncopizer

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    I love how the loser pulls a total d-bag move and kicks at Dave Camarillo like a kid throwing a tantrum after getting his arse handed to him.
     
  12. Oenomaus

    Oenomaus Green Belt

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    That was pretty sick, as soon as he sees his arm is straight he jumps on it.
     
  13. Spoonman7

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    that sweep from de la riva into armbar was amazing. Dave is the man when it comes to armbars
     
  14. shouldercharge

    shouldercharge Dave Camarillo idoliser

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    one of the best on the planet when it comes to hyper-extending an elbow,and since starting out as had the style i want to emulate well rounded,great judo,and slick sub game,seems like a very classy dude too
    - fortunately for his opponent,a lesser person would probably have dished out the beating that ass hole deserved,what the hell was he thinking?
     
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  15. shouldercharge

    shouldercharge Dave Camarillo idoliser

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    ^ unashamed camarillo nuthugger, hope i get to train with him one day.
     
  16. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    wow, that was slick.

    any details on that sweep? i've been playing around with that collar and arm control, except i've been shown to use the foot on the hip on the arm side and foot on the biceps on the other arm. a rough guard to pass. dave is just sort of pulling him towards himself then switches to de la riva to elevate him fully?
     
  17. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    i think it was because he tapped and dave didn't let go immediately. that might've pissed him off, especially if his elbow popped.
     
  18. Einarr

    Einarr Banned Banned

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    Sweet armbar.

    That Edson Missio is a *********-bitch. He had plenty of time to tap to that armbar. Lucky for him Dave Camarillo has a lot of self-control - I'd have stomped the moron's balls to mush.
     
  19. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    ^^ but he did tap, i'd say a good second or two before dave let it go. i think camarillo just missed it.
     
  20. Discipulus

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    He tapped, it just didn't seem like Camarillo felt it, and the ref didn't see it because of the roll. Seems like Dave let it go when he heard the guy's screaming rather than felt the tap.

    You can't blame him for being a little upset if his elbow popped, but he definitely reacted like a child, kicking Dave like that. Made Dave look even more impressive by respectfully bowing to his petulant and beaten opponent.
     

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