Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 12 - Paper Cutter Choke from Kimura Setup

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 12 - Paper Cutter Choke from Kimura Setup

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Dominyka has set up a kimura from north-south, as shown in before, but her opponent is defending by grabbing her own belt. Dominyka uses her hand that is grabbing her own wrist, to grab her opponent's wrist, as she pulls the lapel out and wraps it over the wrist and grips it, securing the arm in place. Now she moves to side control, and her free hand grips deep in the far lapel so she can drop her elbow to the mat and finish the choke.


Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 11 - Kimura from North-South

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 11 - Kimura from North-South

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From north-south on top, Dominyka uses her elbow to slide her opponent's arm up, and then pins it with her knee on the biceps. She swims her hand under the other arm, and uses her shoulder to drive the arm onto her opponent's stomach, then uses her head to trap it. Next, she makes her kimura grips on the wrist, turns her opponent onto her side, and steps her leg up behind the back to keep her there. Now she can lift the arm up and finish the kimura.

Inside the University 338 - Armbar when Opponent Pulls Guard

Inside the University 338 - Armbar when Opponent Pulls Guard

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Xande shows the final submission he used, which is the fastest he's ever submitted an opponent. His opponent pulls guard, but since he did not control Xande's sleeve on the side of the foot he used on the hip, Xande immediately used the X-pass to get to side. His opponent went for the single leg, but Xande got the underhook and dropped his weight. He steps all the way over the head to the other side, and spins to take the armbar, while his other hand reaches to grab the knee.

Inside the University 329 - Paper Cutter Choke from North South

Inside the University 329 - Paper Cutter Choke from North South

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From north south position, Xande's opponent is focusing on defending the Kimura, so he stays flat on his back and his arm ended up underneath Xande's armpit. Xande threads his arm underneath his opponent's arm, with his palm up, and grabs the collar with his four fingers inside. With his other hand, he makes a grip on the other side collar with his thumb inside. Now he walks to the side of his first grip, and connects his elbows to finish the paper cutter choke.

Inside the University 311 - Reverse Armbar from Side Control on Bottom

Inside the University 311 - Reverse Armbar from Side Control on Bottom

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Douglas Santos shows a technique that he uses when his opponent has passed his guard and has side control on him. Douglass frames on his opponent's neck and bumps him forward, forcing him to post. Now the space is open for him to feed his leg through and lock his legs over the head, like a reverse triangle. Pinching the arm between his head and shoulder, Douglass squeezes at the elbow to finish the reverse armbar.

Inside the University 309 - Baseball Choke from Side Control

Inside the University 309 - Baseball Choke from Side Control

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Paulo Guillobel shows a way to set up the baseball choke, that can catch your opponent by surprise. From side control, he gets his first grip on the lapel with four fingers in. He hops up to knee on belly, and his opponent turns into him, so he switches to the other side. Now his other hand makes a grip on the lapel, with his hands together like he's holding a baseball. From here he can go north-south to finish the baseball choke.

Xande's World Masters and Grand Slam 2016 Review 2 - Kimura from Side Control

Xande's World Masters and Grand Slam 2016 Review 2 - Kimura from Side Control

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Still analyzing his first fight, Xande is in side control, sprawled out to keep his weight heavy. He switches to his knees to give his opponent space to turn away, and as he turns, Xande locks up the kimura grip and hugs the arm to his chest. Keeping his weight down, Xande walks toward the head and steps over so his opponent is between his legs. To finish the kimura, he posts his back leg and yanks up on the arm to break his opponent's defensive grip on his own belt.

Yuki Nakai Series 10 - Reverse Armbar from Side Control Escape

Yuki Nakai Series 10 - Reverse Armbar from Side Control Escape

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With his opponent on top in side control, Yuki places his forearms at the neck and the hips, gripping the gi. He pushes his opponent up and escapes his hips, creating space to bring his inside foot to his opponent's thigh. His outside leg goes on top of the arm, and he grabs his own shin to trap the arm. Yuki pinches his knees together and raises his hips to finish the reverse armbar.

Yuki Nakai Series 9 - Armlock from Side Control

Yuki Nakai Series 9 - Armlock from Side Control

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From side control, Yuki grabs his opponent's hand and twists it so the palm is facing outside, and brings his other hand underneath the arm to grab his own wrist, making a kimura grip. With his opponent's arm bent a little at the elbow, Yuki closes straightens his own arms and closes his elbows, causing his opponent to tap from torque on the elbow.

Yuki Nakai Series 2 - Kimura Variation from North South

Yuki Nakai Series 2 - Kimura Variation from North South

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Starting with the Kimura trap from North South, Yuki opens his hand that was grabbing his own wrist, and uses it to block his opponent at the forearm. His other hand grabs the hip before he steps his leg over, trapping the arm between his legs. Now his open hand grabs his own thigh, and he post his other hand in front so he can lower his weight forward to finish the armlock.

JT Torres 2nd Series 12 - Wrist Lock from Side Control

JT Torres 2nd Series 12 - Wrist Lock from Side Control

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From side control, JT is going for the kimura, but his opponent is not giving the space for him to get his grips. First, his hand that would grab the wrist swims under the forearm and grabs the biceps. His other hand grabs the elbow and pulls the arm in, causing the forearm to point straight up. The hand should be in his armpit, so JT just puts his weight down to finish the wrist lock.

Fredson Alves Series 8 - Head and Arm Choke from Side Control

Fredson Alves Series 8 - Head and Arm Choke from Side Control

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From side control, Fredson controls underneath his opponent's head and grips the collar with his thumb inside. Next, he switches his hips toward his opponent's hips, and pulls his knees down toward him. He swims his head around his opponent's arm and traps it against his neck, where he can put the pressure and finish the choke.