Nathiely de Jesus Series 8 - Reverse De La Riva Pass

Nathiely de Jesus Series 8 - Reverse De La Riva Pass

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Nathiely opponent is playing reverse De La Riva guard with one foot in the biceps stretching her arm away, so Nathiely first move is to make grip on the pants and step to the side. Here she straightens her arm to release the foot on the biceps, and pushes it away. Now she drops her weight down, and her free arm hugs deep behind the head, putting her shoulder heavy on her opponent. While pushing the pants grip away from her, she back steps to free herself from the guard, and establishes side control.


JT Torres 2nd Series 7 - Overhead Pass from Reverse De La Riva Guard

JT Torres 2nd Series 7 - Overhead Pass from Reverse De La Riva Guard

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From inside his opponent's reverse De La Riva guard, JT grabs the farside lapel and the outside of the hook knee. He stands up a little to clear space and cuts his shin across his opponent's shin to reach the side. His opponent reacts by turning into him, so JT spins overhead to establish side control on the opposite side.

JT Torres 2nd Series 6 - Long Step Pass from Reverse De La Riva Guard

JT Torres 2nd Series 6 - Long Step Pass from Reverse De La Riva Guard

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JT is in his opponent's reverse De La Riva guard, so he grabs the leg as if he wants a foot lock, and grips the bottom of the pants. His free hand grabs the nearside lapel and he uses the grip to pull his opponent toward him. He falls to his hip and back steps his leg out of the guard, before making a tripod with his head and positioning his hips to pass the guard.

Daisuke Nakamura Series 5 - De La Riva Guard Long Step Pass

Daisuke Nakamura Series 5 - De La Riva Guard Long Step Pass

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From inside the De La Riva guard, Daisuke first breaks his opponent's grip on his lapel. Next he pushes his opponent's shin to get rid of the De La Riva hook, and makes a grip on the lapel. Facing his knee outward, he puts his shin across his opponent's shin and long steps with his other hand gripping the pants. From here he steps over to the other side, passing the guard and establishing side control.

Fredson Paixao Series 12 - Shutting Down the Berimbolo Part 2

Fredson Paixao Series 12 - Shutting Down the Berimbolo Part 2

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Fredson continues discussing how to shut down the berimbolo and De La Riva guard, and emphasizes the importance of how uses his pressure and controls his opponent's legs.

Fredson Paixao Series 11 - Shutting Down the Berimbolo Part 1

Fredson Paixao Series 11 - Shutting Down the Berimbolo Part 1

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Fredson shows how to shut down the berimbolo when your opponent is trying to set it up from the De La Riva guard. His first key is to turn the leg that has the De La Riva hook on it to the outside, and drop his weight. He also emphasizes the importance of being loose in his body, rather than forcefully resisting his opponent's strength.

Inside the University 151 - Aggressive Modified Headquarters to Buttflop Pass

Inside the University 151 - Aggressive Modified Headquarters to Buttflop Pass

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In this next lesson, we learn how to chain the Saulo choke side smash pass with the buttflop to create a combination of passes from the modified headquarters.

Inside the University 150 - Modified Headquarters Saulo Choke to Side Smash Pass

Inside the University 150 - Modified Headquarters Saulo Choke to Side Smash Pass

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Xande teaches a way to really get your opponent moving with the aggressive modified headquarters. From the modified HQ position, we use the Saulo choke to add discomfort and force a reaction that allows us to transition into the side smash pass.

Mackenzie Dern Koala Guard and Favorites 6 - Buttflop Pass against Reverse De la Riva

Mackenzie Dern Koala Guard and Favorites 6 - Buttflop Pass against Reverse De la Riva

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Mackenzie teaches how to buttflop out of the reverse de la riva to solidify a quick but highly effective pass. Using similar grips and mechanics as to the buttflop from headquarters, we make a few adjustments to kick out a bit further to clear the leg and land in side control.

JJU 30-03 Passing Deep De la Riva with Classic Negative Side Hip Switch Pass

JJU 30-03 Passing Deep De la Riva with Classic Negative Side Hip Switch Pass

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Saulo teaches how to use the classic negative side hip switch pass when you are late to react to the deep de la riva and your opponent has the deep hook in. We use the classic hip switch but the positioning and being able to stop your opponent's upper body movements with your grip are vital to ensure they do not spin underneath you for a sweep.

JJU 30-3 Passing the Deep De la Riva Guard

JJU 30-3 Passing the Deep De la Riva Guard

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Saulo teaches how to pass the deep de la riva guard by cutting across with your knee and blocking your opponent's shoulder to prevent them from spinning underneath you.

Breakdown of Saulo at 2014 Brasileiros Fight 1 Part 2 - Drilling Guard Pull Defense and Late Recovery from Reverse De la Riva Sweep to Modified Knee Cut Pass

Breakdown of Saulo at 2014 Brasileiros Fight 1 Part 2 - Drilling Guard Pull Defense and Late Recovery from Reverse De la Riva Sweep to Modified Knee Cut Pass

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Saulo sets up a drill for the class and goes into further detail on how to defend the guard pull as well as how to pull guard in order to recreate the scenario.

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