Discussion in 'Grappling / Brazilian Ju Jitsu / Wrestling' started by Andrew Green, Nov 16, 2005.
and #2 for today...
Alex has Kyle's back and is working for a choke.
Unable to secure a choke she hooks her right foot around his.
She then dismounts, keeping control of Kyles foot.
Wedging her shin into Kyles knee she grabs his foot and pulls in while kicking her leg out and reinforcing it with her other foot.
Neat! Thanks for taking the time to share these. The leg locks are very unfamiliar to me--I tend to think of them as Sombo techniques, even though I know they're there in BJJ too.
A lot of them have come from catch / shootfighting roots, everything comes from everywhere if you look hard enough
But if there is interest I can shoot some more leg locks...
This move leaves you extremely vulnurable to a brutal crossface. Do you have a defense?
Describe how you are going to do it, and I'll do my best.
We do leg and ankle locks as well as calf compressions. Very very OUCH! I was wincing at the last photo! Well worth learning though, thanks for posting!
Also with the single hook look for the banana splits.
not really. if someone tries to crossface you from here, lay back with it, with the leg, and wrench away.
also, not to attack you, but in all honesty, you are claiming all of andrew's techniques are crap, but your MMA career is what...? 3 submission losses and a KO loss?
Let me get this straight. To crank the calf the attacker has to lean back and pull the defenders foot towards the defenders buttocks. So in doing the crossface as a counter the defender would have to arch back and pull their own butt towards their own foot which increases the pressure of the hold they are in. Then, after they have done that, the defender is going to crossface the attacker which makes the attacker lean back putting further pressure on the hold the defender is in. What?!?! :whip:123
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