flying armbar

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Cameron, Jun 22, 2008.

  1. Cameron

    Cameron Green Belt

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    this is me at the mma expo tournament in toronto this week end i won first in the under 140 blue belt division this was the championship match

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  2. hayliks

    hayliks Banned Banned

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    sexy submission, but it was VERY painful to watch up until that point, please work on your takedown game.
     
  3. judofarmerbob

    judofarmerbob Banned Banned

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    fuck this guy ^

    good match.
     
  4. hayliks

    hayliks Banned Banned

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    hey shitbag go drink some drano you retarded baboon fucker.
     
  5. Hammer Time

    Hammer Time Brown Belt

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    nice finish, i agree with hayliks. work on that wrestling or judo for gi and u will be a double threat. props on the armbar though very slick man
     
  6. RytroSpyk

    RytroSpyk Scugnizzo

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    The flying armbar was beautiful.

    However, you should listen to Hayliks. He was a little blunt, but his comments are spot on. Your takedowns need some serious work.

    When you post a video on here, you should use the constructive criticism to improve your game. Everyone has something they need to improve, and for you it looks to be takedowns.

    If you just want a pat on the back for the video, just go show some TUF noobs. If you want some useful comments on what you can improve, then post it here.
     
  8. Trickster***

    Trickster*** Banned Banned

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    Yea I wouldve just posted the last few seconds lol but nice technique though! ^5
     
  9. STFUjiujitsu

    STFUjiujitsu Blue Belt

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    I landed a flying armbar in my first tournament, it's the coolest feeling in the world. Mine wasn't nearly as pretty as yours though.

    congrats on 1st. How many matches did you have to do???
     
  10. Great sub, beautiful execution. But like the first guy said, work on them takedowns
     
  11. Cameron

    Cameron Green Belt

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    the take down situation was hard he kept grabbing my lapel and i couldnt get his grip off to get a take down and my throws suck. also had an ankle injury from the previous match. thanks for the advice tho
     
  12. Mike Wilson Jr.

    Mike Wilson Jr. Amateur Fighter

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    Nice bro! way to secure it on the way down! looked like he was gonna pull out but oyu kept it in there... kudos

    like everyone else said, TKDs bro, but yea otherwise!

    B-E-A-UTIFUL flying armbar
     
  13. Cameron

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    thanks everyone
     

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