I'm referring to the one that Ryo Chonan did to Anderson Silva that was followed up by the inverted heel hook. Does anyone use this takedown often in sparring? My brother and I were working on this and it seems like a really useful takedown that could easily surprise grappling veterans. Also, for those of you that use it, do you prefer to run and then go for the scissors, or do you clinch up first? Ryo just ran to Silva when he did it, but you can see that he instictively put his arm up like he had done the clinch method in training many times before.