How common is this?

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  1. marques

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    First of all, we should avoid that oportunity for the opponent - distance management, footwork, closer guard, keeping him busy...

    After the trapping, I would rise the shoulder and lean the head / body. I think it happens quite often in MMA. But it is not a counter.

    As a counter, I would kick the knee or body (if... because longer weapon). Puting him a bit cautions or off balance is enough, defensively.
     

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