Imagine clinch fighting with someone with about your build and weight, but more than twice as strong. So strong that you can't move them. Area arm wrestling champ strong - and they know MT and Judo. This person, while Thai style clinch fighting, holds your left elbow with their right hand and your left collarbone with their left hand, crossing your centerline. They are able to keep you from turning into them with their right elbow, block all right handed shots with the lead arm, and stop your right knee, or at least cut it down, by off balancing. Ordinarily, I would deal with something like this by pushing their left elbow with my right hand and go to the back or a standing arm triangle or side body clinch or something. I can't move him at all. He is too strong. His move strikes me as muscle-jitsu. I don't think it would work against an equal but it works just fine on me. Anyone advise a tactic? Is this a real clich position that I'm ignorant of or did he make it up and he's getting away with it by attributes?