will it gain momentum? There's been a lot considering it's not commonly known among MMA fans, and it's first use in MMA was only about 3 years ago. Then again, it's only been used in the UFC at UFC 69, 99, and 109. Outside of the UFC, guys like Babalu and Johny Hendricks have had success with the Brabo. A lot of people have tried it, come close, and missed recently, like Matt Brown and Joe Stevenson. What do you guys think? When people realize it's right in front of their faces, will this choke become as common as the arm triangle, which currently has about 20 UFC wins, or will it remain an obscure MMA choke, with less wins than the Anaconda? I don't know what my opinion is yet... I think we'll see a lot more of them, but I don't see it becoming as popular as the arm triangle, due to the gloves. My honest opinion is that it will never be a household name until someone like GSP or another big-name fighter wins a match with one. I wish all arm triangles got more play. In fact, Sonnen should have stuck with that attempt against Silva and maybe he would have won the fight.