I've been able to hit this move several times in the last few months when I've been mounted... When I'm mounted, if a guy keeps staying tight when I'm bumping and rolling (upa), if they get worked forward, then posture up/sit up, I'll kick my legs up and hook both legs around his body, usually trapping at least one arm. Then I'll push away with my legs and arch my back. At worst, it's created a scramble which has always left me in side control, but it has also ended me up reverse mounted on a guy's back (spun and took the back with him belly down). If a guy knows his shit, he won't posture up readily, but the further forward I work guys, the more they have to posture up to work their attacks, which sets them up perfectly. Is there a name for this technique? It takes me from being inside a mount, to at least a scramble, or to the guys back, and I've never "missed" the move. If it was there, I've hit it. I think it's very unexpected (based on the size of the guys' eyes as my legs rip them off the mount) and it puts them in a weird position, which gives me the advantage to regain control. The arms seem to make a difference. If I miss both arms, then I had one guy post his hands, stopping on his ass, and I had to break lose and take side control. If I get one arm under and one arm over, I can usually drop the guy onto his back and posture up and take his back. If I get double over, I can either take the back, OR in one case, I got the guy on his hands and knees, and he backed out of my reverse back mount, and instead of spinning to take his back, I just took the D'arce choke as he backed out. At any rate, is there a name for it? Any blatant holes in the technique that nobody has exploited on me yet? It's pretty unorthodox, so nobody has been ready for it, so maybe there's an easy counter than I'm not seeing that guy's haven't taken advantage of yet?