The single leg seatbelt. I've been saying this for a long time. There are lots of variations and they're all highly effective in both MMA and straight grappling. At the TUF 16 finale, we saw the technique three times. Mike Rio used it twice against John Cofer and Rustam Khalibov used it on Vinc Pichel, before tossing him and hitting his suplex three times. With the single leg seatbelt, you shoot for a basic single leg with the head of course on the inside. Your outside arm reached around his lower back. From there, you can finish it in many ways: -Step inside and run the pipe. This is probably a lot easier with the gi, because you can grab the jacket. You can make it even more effective by blocking the knee or ankle. Probably the most effective finish. 15:33 and 18:47 -Square up and hook the leg whilst bodylocking. Almost like a Kosoto Gake. - Step inside and back arch Unfortunately, I can't find unstructional videos for the other finishes on Youtube: The back arch is pretty tough to finish, because of the sweat and lack of a shirt/gi. -Let go of the single leg and get the bodylock. The outside trips, knee taps and throws are right there and you almost can't screw up. Note that your inside arm pulls up the leg you've got the single leg on, so he can't whizzer and overhook throw/Uchi mata you. It's a great finish to have in your arsenal. Especially when fishing/chaining for single legs against the cage. Thoughts?