Guard retention from near pass *Video*

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  1. Guerilla_Radio

    Guerilla_Radio Blue Belt

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    Emerson Souza teaches a guard retention from near pass:



    For more Information on Emerson Souza - Long Island Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and MMA check out www.emersonsouzabjj.com
     
  2. TheHereticJay

    TheHereticJay I scoff at your belt rankings

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    I smell drills!
     
  3. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    i've been trying to pull this off consistently for ages and just can't do it against anyone worth a damn. people do it all the time effectively against me, but somehow i can't do this without ending up in a double under pass and getting smashed.
     
  4. mw1986

    mw1986 Orange Belt

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    You should really check out the this episode of Rolled up. The technique part will serve you good!
     
  5. Allan san

    Allan san Green Belt

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    i use this same turn away and granby roll for when i get put in knee on belly. never though to use it to retain/regain guard. awesome
     
  6. Jagcorps_esq

    Jagcorps_esq Red Belt

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    Same here. Saulo shows it as a response to KOB (the running man, I think it's called in his book).

    I still use it for KOB, but have a harder time getting it to work in this sort of situation. Time to revisit it though.
     
  7. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    oh yes, i've been using the underhook to yank out a triangle as a counter to that pass for a longass time now. but it only works if you're quick enough and your back is still on the mat, when i get caught in this while trying to reguard with the roll, i'm usually high on my shoulders and they just beat me to shit.
     
  8. Allan san

    Allan san Green Belt

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    that underhook counter to the double-under pass is exactly what i've been looking for. hell yes
     
  9. FIGHTING TALK

    FIGHTING TALK Brown Belt

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    Nothing in this episode relates to the topic :rolleyes:
     

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