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  1. Hammer Time

    Hammer Time Brown Belt

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    whats up grapplers of all kinds wrestlers, judoka's,jjers, sambo men, everyone. I got a question what move is really ur bread and butter move. u know that move that seems effortless and usually has the best results. the move u seem to tap guys with, use to take guys down with or just transition with. just write down what art u practise or more than one if u cross train and what ur bread and butter move is
     
  2. greasemonkey

    greasemonkey Banned Banned

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    I train in BJJ, I pull off the helicopter sweep alot in no gi and gi, I use it alot and it works like 80% of the time. Also the kimura from the north/south position, I"ve gotten so many taps from that.
     
  3. RedAger

    RedAger Amateur Fighter

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    keylock/kimura
     
  4. relapselve

    relapselve Orange Belt

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    getting the back and doing the rear naked choke or getting an armbar. More than half of the matches i have won in tourneys have been via RNC
     
  5. wildcard_seven

    wildcard_seven Purple Belt

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    I like the single leg dump for a takedown. As for submissions, when the chips are down I usually find myself relying on my mighty triangle choke. :D
     
  6. Lobo

    Lobo Brown Belt

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    Triangle choke.
     
  7. Coleman

    Coleman White Belt

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    I land triangle chokes more than anything. After learning a few new techniques, namely arm dragging and drilling that a lot, I'm getting surprisingly good and taking the back and landing a rear naked as well.
     
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    Bubba_gump Green Belt

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    I like trying for a kimura from the guard then going for the hip bump sweep into mount. Unfortunately, not every good in submissions yet so I pretty much mount and hold.
     
  9. Hammer Time

    Hammer Time Brown Belt

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    remember to include ur grappling style
     
  10. Lobo

    Lobo Brown Belt

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  11. VampireMonk

    VampireMonk Black Belt

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    triangle
     
  12. phenomfan1529

    phenomfan1529 Brown Belt

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    footlocks & guillotine choke.
     
  13. spiderguardman

    spiderguardman Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    i do alot of omoplatas but mostly to transition to better positions, i never even try to get a tap from it.
     
  14. private ryan

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    smother by belly
     
  15. serima

    serima Green Belt

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    Triangel and RNC
     
  16. scorcho

    scorcho Brown Belt

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    My transition from the RNC to the armbar to triangle is very effective. I have never had anyone escape it.
     
  17. Coach Couzo

    Coach Couzo Orange Belt

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  18. DMcKayBJJ

    DMcKayBJJ Blue Belt

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    then I attack the far arm, preferably by armbar, occasionally by keylock if they're new or just not paying attention
     
  19. ValeTudo19

    ValeTudo19 White Belt

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    Bjj- Would be the ankle lock from the elevator sweep, sets it up perfect! Or taken the back from the half guard! Old school sweep from the half guard! Or Triangle Chokes from the guard! Really getting better with the flower sweep and armbar combo from the guard!

    I can't really decide what technique I like best!
     
  20. Wuli

    Wuli Orange Belt

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    I really don't tap people that much. But when I do, it's with armbar or triangle usually.
     

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