I do a little bit of grappling here and there, but I'm not really keen on the traditional terminology for some of the techniques I've learned over the years. My style's focus is more geared towards stand-up grappling (as opposed to ground fighting), so we practice a lot of arm-locks, chokes, sweeps, throws and takedowns from a standing/boxing position or fighting stance. I'm always interested in learning new locks and throws, so if anyone has any ideas on other stand-up grappling techniques, I'm all ears. But I do know how to perform a few basic strangulation holds like the guillotine neck cranking choke and the rear naked choke. I can do a few basic leg sweeps, like sweeping from the inside or outside of an opponent's legs. But I'm trying to figure out the name of these arm-locks and knife-disarms that I practice. One involves catching the attacker's vertical downward stabbing knife-hand with both arms while stepping in, then grabbing your own wrist and cranking the opponent's attacking arm backwards to crank the shoulder and take the opponent down backwards (all while keeping a lock on the arm to control the knife). Another technique involves catching the attacker's horizontal inward slashing knife-hand with both arms while stepping in, turning your shoulder and back into the opponent while cranking down on their wrist to snap the elbow over your shoulder and throw the opponent down forwards (all while keeping a lock on the arm to control the knife). Does anyone know what these stand-up grappling techniques are called? Another technique I just thought of involves catching the attacker's straight thrusting knife-hand by stepping out, seizing the opponent's outer wrist and simultaneously pulling down and forward while pressing their elbow upwards with your other hand to crank the shoulder and drive the opponent face-first into the ground (again keeping a lock on the arm to control the knife). What are the traditional names of these techniques? Thanks.