Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 8 - Half Guard to Failed Butterfly Hook Sweep to Switchback Hook Sweep

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 8 - Half Guard to Failed Butterfly Hook Sweep to Switchback Hook Sweep

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Wilson teaches a great way to follow up a failed butterfly hook sweep by scooting your hip underneath your opponent to switch back in the other direction and get the sweep.


Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 7 - Ankle Pick Sweep from Butterfly Guard

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 7 - Ankle Pick Sweep from Butterfly Guard

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Wilson teaches a quick way to sweep your opponent with an ankle pick from the butterfly guard.

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 6- Double Leg Variation from Butterfly

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 6- Double Leg Variation from Butterfly

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In this lesson Wilson teaches a double leg variation to sweep your opponent from the butterfly guard.

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 8 - Butterfly Hook Sweep

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 8 - Butterfly Hook Sweep

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Xande teaches an adapted version of the butterfly hook sweep for someone who is on both knees but is sitting back and not engaging. In this hook sweep we use double overhooks with a ten finger grip to remove our opponent's opportunity to base and use our upper body and hook to sweep them over.

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.

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 6 - Arm Drag from Butterfly Guard

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 6 - Arm Drag from Butterfly Guard

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Wrestlers will often try to pass your guard with heavy base and it's important to always threaten their base when going for the arm drag. In this lesson Xande goes over a solution to a common problem that can greatly increase your chances of getting the arm drag.

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.

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 7 - Anaconda Choke against No Arm Guillotine Attempt

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 7 - Anaconda Choke against No Arm Guillotine Attempt

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In this lesson Milton teaches how to counter your opponent's no arm guillotine attempt from the butterfly guard. We combine an escape from the guillotine to transition into the set up of our own no arm anaconda choke.

Inside the University 107 - Traditional Arm Drag from Butterfly Guard

Inside the University 107 - Traditional Arm Drag from Butterfly Guard

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Xande teaches the basic mechanics to working the traditional arm drag from the butterfly or open guard. We learn the importance of being able to move our hips to the outside to create the correct angle and space to move to our opponent's back or finish the sweep.

Inside the University 106 - Late Torreando Pass Counter to Modified Arm Drag

Inside the University 106 - Late Torreando Pass Counter to Modified Arm Drag

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Xande teaches in depth how to counter the torreando pass with the modified arm drag. The key to this counter is to shift your hips to the side and redirect your opponent's passing energy. Without moving your hips to the side, the arm drag is nearly impossible because you will be fighting your opponent's entire weight with only your arms.

Inside the University 105 - High Grip Butterfly to Back Take

Inside the University 105 - High Grip Butterfly to Back Take

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Xande teaches that the high grip butterfly is beneficial when you are flattened on your back from the butterfly guard and teaches how to transition into the back take or to get underneath your opponent to an x guard or curu curu guard. We learn that the belt grip butterfly is good when manipulating your opponent side to side but that the high grip is better when you are flat on your back.