James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 7 - Failed Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to the Omoplata

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 7 - Failed Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to the Omoplata

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Using the overhook grip, we're able to string a series of attacks on our opponent even if the butterfly hook sweep fails. In this lesson, James teaches a way to transition into the omoplata off a failed overhook butterfly sweep.


James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 5 - Failed Hook Sweep to Failed Kneebar Back to Gullotine or Hook Sweep Darce

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 5 - Failed Hook Sweep to Failed Kneebar Back to Gullotine or Hook Sweep Darce

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James continues the chain of attacks from the failed butterfly hook sweep. In this lesson we learn how to follow up with more combinations of attack if your opponent steps their knee back to prevent the kneebar. As they step back, they open up the opportunity to come back to the hook sweep or to attack the neck with a guillotine.

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 4 - Failed Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Rolling Kneebar

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 4 - Failed Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Rolling Kneebar

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James shows a way to transition into a rolling knee bar when you were unable to sweep your opponent with the failed overhook butterfly sweep. When you go for the hook sweep, your opponent will often push in to you to attempt to stuff your sweep. Anticipating your opponent's reaction and transitioning into the kneebar will often catch them by surprise.

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 3 - Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Marcelotine

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 3 - Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Marcelotine

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James teaches another way to catch your opponent right off of the overhook butterfly hook. In this lesson we learn to use our opponent's reaction against them by setting a trap with the no arm marcelotine. The marcelotine is a guillotine variation that was made famous by Marcelo Garcia and is unique in the way that the elbow is thrown over your opponent's shoulder to tighten the choke.

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 2 - Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Darce Choke

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 2 - Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Darce Choke

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James begins to explore options to follow up your overhook butterfly hook sweep with submissions. In this lesson we learn to set up a darce choke immediately after sweeping them with the hook sweep.

JJU 18-09 Palm Up Palm Down Cross Collar Choke From Closed and Butterfly Guard

JJU 18-09 Palm Up Palm Down Cross Collar Choke From Closed and Butterfly Guard

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Xande teaches how to set up the palm up palm down choke from the closed guard and butterfly guard. With the butterfly guard setup, we learn how to bait our opponent into thinking that they can pass the butterfly guard only to fall right into our cross collar trap to get the finish.

JJU 18-08 Classic Palm Up Palm Up Cross Choke from Butterfly Guard and Closed Guard

JJU 18-08 Classic Palm Up Palm Up Cross Choke from Butterfly Guard and Closed Guard

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Xande teaches how to set up the classic palm up palm up cross choke from the closed guard and butterfly guard. This is a highly effective submission from white to black belt but we must be careful to fine tune the small details that will increase your success with the submission.

Inside the University 134 - Classics Open Guard to Cross Collar Choke against Headquarters Passing

Inside the University 134 - Classics Open Guard to Cross Collar Choke against Headquarters Passing

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In this lesson Xande expands on different ways to set up the cross collar choke from your classic open guard when your opponent is looking to pass from the headquarter's position. We go through many different situations and setups against the headquarters position but use the same concepts to establish your grips and get the right angle to finish the submission.

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 10 - Fake Butterfly Hook Sweep to Calf Slicer

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 10 - Fake Butterfly Hook Sweep to Calf Slicer

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In this lesson Wilson teaches how to use a fake or failed butterfly hook sweep and transition immediately into a calf slicer attack. This sneaky submission will often catch your opponent off guard as they will likely not be expecting a calf slicer off of the hook sweep attempt.

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 7 - Arm In Guillotine from Butterfly Guard

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 7 - Arm In Guillotine from Butterfly Guard

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Xande teaches a similar movement to the arm drag except that this time we will adjust our grips to attack the neck with a guillotine from the butterfly guard. This setup is perfect to use against people who pass on both knees.

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 11 - Rolling Kimura from Standing to Leg Squeeze or Armbar

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 11 - Rolling Kimura from Standing to Leg Squeeze or Armbar

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In this lesson Milton teaches an acrobatic way to jump over your opponent into the kimura. After setting up the grip we are easily able to transition into the leg squeeze or an armbar to finish with a submission.

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 8 - Triangle from the Butterfly Guard

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 8 - Triangle from the Butterfly Guard

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Milton shows a quick submission form the butterfly guard when your opponent is trying to pass your butterfly guard with a collar tie. We learn to use a counter collar tie to lock their arm in place and fall back for a quick triangle submission.