so here's a pretty insane submission

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  1. JosephDredd

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    Dunno, that looks like there totally could have been a neck snap.
     
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    That's the Dragon Sleeper, brother.

     
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    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.jiujitsutimes.com/origins-justin-raders-decapirader/amp/

    "We had a student who was really, really tough to choke a while back, and so I started trying to find ways with legal choke holds like D’arce’s and guillotines and anaconda chokes to try to neck crank him. Those are legal holds that I can put on and make a neck crank out of so I kind of just developed this one for the north-south choke and when they start to turn away I shot my hooks in and it looks like a guillotine, so it’s still a legal hold, and so it’s choking as well as kind of really arching the neck. And I showed it to Rafael [Lovato Jr., Rader’s instructor] afterwards and I was like, ‘So what do you think about this?’ I really never seen it really been done before, so I just started calling it the Decapi-Rader, and that’s just kind of what we call it."

    It's the shown in the first sequence here

     
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    Holy shit. My mind can't wrap around that for some reason.
     
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    Around wanting something to create more of a crank than a choke? If so then I agree because usually it seems like people want to go the other direction.

    If I think about it though I sort of get it. Sometimes people have deep set carotids or it is difficult to trigger that vagus nerve response. In some rare cases I think creating a neck crank can at least get them to tap from the pain and is just easier and faster.
     
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    I have thought about this choke for a while, but never actually tried it. Cool submission though - looks pretty brutal.
     
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    Brutal. You'd tap instant. Painful hold
     

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