Have you ever saw any of these combinations?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by tudor_bjj, Jul 10, 2005.

  1. tudor_bjj

    tudor_bjj Purple Belt

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    Have you ever saw any of these combinations:
    - from back mount (let's say you have your left arm coming under his left armpit) when you're on top, you trap his left arm between your left arm and head, let him roll to the mount and catch him in an arm triangle?
    - you have the armbar from mount and you can't break his grip. Catch his close to you arm in the kimura position, slide the leg that is over his head between his arms, pass the other leg so that you roll over him as in side-mount, breaking his grip by pushing the arms in one way and the leg "trapped" the other way, finishing the kimura from side-mount?
     
  2. TJS

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    the rnc/side choke transition is something Ricardo Almeida uses against Ryo Chonan in Pride..he dosent finish the choke but tries it several times.
     
  3. wildcard_seven

    wildcard_seven Purple Belt

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    I have seen the first one in a grappling competition. The second one would be interesting to see worked out, but I think sticking the "over the head leg" between their arms would let them know you are on to something and they would just power you over since you aren't controlling them anymore. But, yah I've mused about both too.
     
  4. 2om30

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    Wow I gotta try the second one sounds interesting.
     
  5. Yes, I've thought of those too. So they must have been done before. I actually like finishing with a short arm scissors from the side armbar position rather than fight to break the grip. Either that or fool the other guy into landing inside my triangle.
     
  6. Green Whale

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    The rear mount into a mounted arm triangle works REALLY good. Suepr high percentage. You often end up with the side mount after he hips to escapes and you just lock the choke in. Excellent move and actually really easy to get. Hardest part is getting the tap as certain guys are good and taking that one.

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  7. jiujitsujayhawk

    jiujitsujayhawk Yellow Belt

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    The first one sounds like a move I use. When you have an opponent mounted, extend one leg. He'll probably go for it because he sees it as an escape. Once he sticks an arm through to attempt to get out, put you calf behind his head and roll into the triangle.
     

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