Inside the University 408 - Brabo Choke from Half Guard

Inside the University 408 - Brabo Choke from Half Guard

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From inside his opponent's half guard, Professor Kayan pulls his opponent's far lapel out of the belt, feeds it under the armpit and behind the neck to his other hand, establishing a strong cross face. Next he switches his hips so he is facing him, and then stands up to free his knee from the half guard, and cuts it across the thigh so his hips are facing away now. Now he changes the lapel grip to his other hand, with his wrist tight to the back of the neck. From here he has two options to finish. He can grab the gi at the shoulder and finish with a cross choke, or he can pull his opponent's far arm across his neck and drop his weight with his chest on the arm to finish the choke.


Josh Hinger Series 11 - The Bukich Triangle

Josh Hinger Series 11 - The Bukich Triangle

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Josh is in half guard, and his opponent has the underhook and has smashed his shield. Josh locks a good overhook on his opponent's arm, and gets control of the other wrist. He brings the wrist to his other hand, and locks a Kimura type grip, pinning his opponent's arm to the chest. From here, he slides his top knee out and puts it over the back, and plants his bottom foot to escape his hips and get his leg free so he can throw it over the shoulder and cross his feet. Keeping his overhook, Josh releases the wrist grip and grabs the back of the head. Now he can let go of the overhook to grab his shin. From here, he adjusts his hips and legs to lock the triangle and finish.

Xande's Abu Dhabi Grand Slam 2017 Review 3 - Finishing the Kimura from Deep Half Guard

Xande's Abu Dhabi Grand Slam 2017 Review 3 - Finishing the Kimura from Deep Half Guard

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Continuing where the last position left off, Xande is on top in the deep half guard, and has the arm trapped, ready to attack the Kimura. Xande keeps the arm hugged tight to his body, and he leans back to create the space to slide his other arm underneath. Now he switches his hands, grabs his opponent's wrist, and then his own, locking the Kimura grip. His opponent is now defending by holding his hands tight together, so Xande shows two options to break his grip and finish. First, he kicks his leg straight as he pulls the arm back hard with his body, breaking the grip. Another option is to lower his head to the mat, roll over his shoulder, and finish with his leg on top of the head, where he can easily break the grip and finish.

Xande's Abu Dhabi Grand Slam 2017 Review 2 - Kimura Setup from Deep Half Guard

Xande's Abu Dhabi Grand Slam 2017 Review 2 - Kimura Setup from Deep Half Guard

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During his first fight, Xande's opponent put him in his deep half guard. Xande's first step is to get the underhook and sprawl, putting the weight from his hips on the face. Now he walks his foot til his leg is on the other side of the head. From here, he sits back on the head and opens the arm with his underhook to set up the kimura.

Xande's World Masters and Grand Slam 2016 Review 7 - Kimura from Deep Half Guard on Top

Xande's World Masters and Grand Slam 2016 Review 7 - Kimura from Deep Half Guard on Top

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Xande now reviews his first fight at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam. His opponent pulled a deep half guard, so Xande made sure to get the underhook and sprawled to keep his weight heavy on his opponent's head. He was able to step his leg over the head, and then pulled his elbow tight to his body to keep his opponent's arm trapped. His opponent turned in to him, and Xande was able to create the space to switch his grip to a kimura trap. His opponent tried to defend with different grips, but Xande was able to use his leverage to break the grip and finish the kimura.

Fredson Alves Series 5 - Armbar from Half Guard on Top

Fredson Alves Series 5 - Armbar from Half Guard on Top

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From the half guard, Fredson gets the underhook and controls his opponent's arm at the elbow, and pulls him to his side. He turns his hips in to free his knee out of the half guard, and then knee cuts while stepping his other leg over the head. From here, he spins over the head and sets up the arm bar.

Rodrigo Pagani Curu Curu Guard and More 14 - Leg Lock from Half Guard on Top

Rodrigo Pagani Curu Curu Guard and More 14 - Leg Lock from Half Guard on Top

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In the half guard, when Rodrigo's opponent goes for the underhook, he turns his base into him, traps his arm and flattens him out. Next he frees his knee a few inches and grabs his opponent's foot, immediately bringing his elbow to his knee. His other hand now grabs the foot too, and he opens his knee and pushes his hips forward. To finish the submission, he places his head on the mat, stands up and puts his knee to the mat.

Rodrigo Pagani Curu Curu Guard and More 13 - Guillotine from Half Guard on Top

Rodrigo Pagani Curu Curu Guard and More 13 - Guillotine from Half Guard on Top

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From inside his opponent's half guard, Rodrigo keeps some distance, and when his opponent sits up to get the underhook, he immediately wraps his arm around the neck and grabs the chin. He posts with his free hand, steps his outside leg up and frees his other knee. As his opponent struggles to get his head out and tries to put Rodrigo off balance, Rodrigo throws his other arm under the chin and squeezes to finish the guillotine.

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 4 - Bow and Arrow Choke

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 4 - Bow and Arrow Choke

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Xande breaks down his 2nd fight in the Pan Ams, starting from inside his opponent's deep half guard with the lockdown. Xande was able to step his leg over his opponent's head, and ended up in a little scramble, and eventually stepped back over to a half mount position. Xande reaches his arm under the head to grip the lapel, grabs his opponent's pants and sits back, stretching out his opponent. Now he brings his leg over the shoulder and finishes the bow and arrow choke.

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 2 - Brabo Choke from Half Guard

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 2 - Brabo Choke from Half Guard

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After passing the guard in his first fight, Xande's opponent was able to replace the half guard, so Xande opted to go for the finish rather than pass for more points. From the half guard, Xande feeds the lapel behind his opponent's back and stays with his base low. He turns his hips toward his opponent to free his knee, and then cuts it to the outside. Now he switches the grip and goes for the choke, which causes his opponent to block with his hand, so Xande pulls the arm across and puts pressure with his shoulder to finish the choke.

Inside The University 251 - Xande's Pan Am Review - Brabo Choke from Half Guard

Inside The University 251 - Xande's Pan Am Review - Brabo Choke from Half Guard

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Xande now shows how he finished a fight at the Pan Ams, using the brabo choke from the half guard. Since he was already up on points, Xande did not want to pass again, rather he wanted to finish the fight. So from the half guard, he feeds his opponent's lapel underneath the neck and switches his grip. From here, he pulls the arm across the neck and drops weight on top to finish the choke.

AJ Sousa Series 4 - Half Guard Sweep to Omoplata

AJ Sousa Series 4 - Half Guard Sweep to Omoplata

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AJ Sousa shows a half guard sweep using his knee shield. First he loads his opponent's weight on top of him, then rocks him over to the side and immediately attacks the omoplata.

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