Fav move/submission

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Fav move/submission
Original Poster: 4
Forum: Grappling & Jiu-Jitsu
Posted On: 27-10-2005, 23:09

Orginal Post: 4: whats every ones fav move, mines an arm bar from the back, push the head under and take an arm with you is SO easy. another fav is kimora whilst i have somebody mounted, get the hold then let them umpa you and slap it on. price less faces as they find out they let you do it !

any others ?

Post: Tease T Tickle:

Full nelson. Hammerlock. Uh. kata hajime.>

Post: Stg:

triangle choke. or a simple standing headlock.>

Post: Iron Knuckles:

Stg, I tried to Pm you, but my messages don’t go through for some reason… keep getting “invalid session”, I’ll take it to Matt. But in the meantime, feel free to message me if you need help with your script.>

Post: bamboo:

Ude gatame :wink:>

Post: Gong||Jau:

Rear naked and its variations, no question. I used to leg ride a lot when I wrestled, and any of those chokes are basically an extension of the same skill.>

Post: Bushi:

Juji gatame & Sangaku>

Post: BLACK PANTA:

any arm lock. If I am grappling I ilke to go into the person’s guard and slap on an ankle lock aswell. I’m working on some Chin Na stuff right now and I’m loving it. It’s amazing how much pain you can cause from just the fingers. The controll of your opponent is great aswell.>

Post: zefff:

chin na really hurts. Its amazing what can happen from a little press and twist, some of it could really do damage.

I love using what I think is called ude garami. Always loved that one standing or on the ground. 8)>

Post: MrApollinax:

Ude Garami – specifically kimura from open guard (minus 5 points for ixing japanese and brazilian JJ terms i know ;))

Heel Hook is another one I’m having fun with right now but my favorite sub is taking the back mount and slapping on RNC.>

Post: bamboo:

I would like to add hiji kime osae, it comes out quite abit. I believe a similartechnique known in judo circles is called ude hishigi waki gatame. It transitions nicely to the ground.

THe aikido hiji kime osae does not move so gracefully to the ground but rather is a nice set up for nikyo off the shoulder or shoto zume.

Heres ude hishigi waki gatame

heres hiji kime osae

-bamboo>

Post: BLACK PANTA:

[quote=zefff chin na really hurts. Its amazing what can happen from a little press and twist, some of it could really do damage.
[/quote 

Yeah how you can control someone’s whole body just from their thumbs.>

Post: Umy:

The old schoolboy headlock does the trick everytime time :wink:>

Post: Ninja Kl0wn:

I’m a big fan of the “elevator sweep to ground n pound”submission myself.>

Post: The BadBoy:

:arrowu: :arrowu: :arrowu: :arrowu:
What he said :twisted:>

Post: thebgbb:

Kimura. Neck crank from the mount.>

Post: BLACK PANTA:

I’m loving the leg submissions. Ankle locks are gettin better, and they’re relatively easy to slap on. One aknle lock can easily me transitioned to another and so on. Can also be transitioned to very effective knee bars etc. There are so many submissions to apply on the legs. Also now working of the Ude Garami (bamboo :wink: )/Kimura. From there that attack sets up many upper body submissions, sweeps and alsol, can allow access to opponent’s back. My most favourite and frequently used submissions now are the ankle/achillies locks.>

Post: Irish_Blood:

Sumi-Otoshi :-D>

Post: Dormath:

Anaconda Choke (but i never ger it )

The Move i get people in most is the Key Lock>

Post: Nightstrike:

Heel Hook.
ankle lock.
Knee bar.
Leg locks are where its at.>

Post: dscott:

I don’t really study any type of grappling arts but I was just wondering why it seems most MMA fights that end in submissions are from a rear naked choke. Is this because it’s just the easiest thing to fall into?>

Post: Oh:

Damn, i knew i shouldve stayed longer in judo

We didnt have enuff $$ so i had to choose between TKD and Judo… I choose TKD, which i dont regret>

Post: Tease T Tickle:

[quote=dscott I don’t really study any type of grappling arts but I was just wondering why it seems most MMA fights that end in submissions are from a rear naked choke. Is this because it’s just the easiest thing to fall into?[/quote 

No, it’s the hardest to get out of. Rear nakeds are actually very difficult to get, but if you do get one, there isn’t much the opponent can do about it, whereas every arm lock and leg lock have a few different escape possibilities. The only way, really, to beat a rear naked is to not get put in one.>

Post: BJJKyle:

My fav would have to be the triangle choke from open guard.>

Post: BLACK PANTA:

[quote=Nightstrike Heel Hook.
ankle lock.
Knee bar.
Leg locks are where its at.[/quote 

FO real homey. I love leg locks, especially the heel hook, but especially the knee bar.>

Post: BLACK PANTA:

[quote=Tease T Tickle [quote=dscott I don’t really study any type of grappling arts but I was just wondering why it seems most MMA fights that end in submissions are from a rear naked choke. Is this because it’s just the easiest thing to fall into?[/quote 

No, it’s the hardest to get out of. Rear nakeds are actually very difficult to get, but if you do get one, there isn’t much the opponent can do about it, whereas every arm lock and leg lock have a few different escape possibilities. The only way, really, to beat a rear naked is to not get put in one.[/quote 

Well if you do find yourself getting into a rear naked choke. There are some good defences to that. One thing to remember is to keep your chin tucked in. With both hands grab the hand he is choking you with. Try to roll both of you on your backs. You don’t want to be on the bottom when getting RNCd. When you have him on his back and you are lying on your back, on his belly. You should arch, to relieve some of the pressure. Use 2 hands on one of his arms (the one choking you). Pull to create space, and tuck you chin in. When you arch you create some little space, but you also put pressure on his chest. It’s tough to really explain in words what to do, but I hope you get the picture. The RNC is in no way impossible to get out. I sometimes like to have the person take my back. The RNC takes time to set up, so once he has my back, i like to defend and spin out into his guard, then from there. More than likely your opponent will be discouraged for a moment for not getting the RNC. From there I usually slip back to an achillies lock.>

Post: dscott:

By the way, do you know why it’s called a rear naked choke? That just sounds funny.>

Post: MrApollinax:

It is called Rear Naked Choke because of the position you apply the submission and the fact that you use only your arms not the collar or gi. Here is a great article about chokes:

http://www.fightingarts.com/content01/judo_choke.shtml

alt. location:

http://www.judoinfo.com/chokes.htm>

Post: Stg:

my new fav submission- kimura from north/south :D>

Post: BLACK PANTA:

have any of you tested the twister? I believe it’s a sub created by Eddie Bravo…..if i’m not mistaken>

Post: buicken:

Edit by setsu nin to>

Post: danoa:

Leg lock!>

Post: holofa:

[quote=buicken i like the oil check, if it is applied correctly it is very effective.[/quote 

Sicko!!!! :lol:

I prefer the RNC choke.>

Post: nbotary:

Although it’s HIGHLY illegal, I’m a big fan of the “purple nurple” a.k.a. the “Texas Titty Twister”… :twisted: :lol: :twisted: :lol:

My two fav’s from wrestling were the “guillotine” and the “banana split” a.k.a. the “crowd pleaser”.>

Post: graham1:

Our story begins at the Olympics, specifically the wrestling event.
It is narrowed down to the Russian or the American for the gold medal. Before the final match, the American wrestler’s trainer comes to him and says, “Now don’t forget all the research we’ve done on this Russian. He’s never lost a match because of this “pretzel” hold he has. Whatever you do, don’t let him get you in this hold. If he does, you’re finished!”
The wrestler nods in agreement.
Now, to the match . . . the American and the Russian circle each other several times looking for an opening. All of a sudden the Russian lunges forward, grabbing the American and wrapping him up in the dreaded pretzel hold. A sigh of disappointment goes up from the crowd, and the trainer buries his face in his hands for he knows all is lost. He can’t watch the ending.
Suddenly, there’s a scream, a cheer from the crowd, and the trainer raises his eyes just in time to see the Russian flying up in the air. The Russian’s back hits the mat with a thud, and the American weakly collapses on top of him, getting the pin and winning the match.
The trainer is astounded. When he finally gets the American wrestler alone, he asks, “How did you ever get out of that hold? No one has ever done it before!”
The wrestler answers, “Well, I was ready to give up when he got me in that hold, but at the last moment, I opened my eyes and saw this pair of nuts right in front of my face. I thought I had nothing to lose, so with my last ounce of strength I stretched out my neck and bit those babies just as hard as I could. You’d be amazed how strong you get when you bite your own nuts!”>

Post: Sparky-bjj:

I like omo plata and going back to triangle choke if it fails. I also like going to armbar from the triangle. And altough it is illegal in bjj I also like the heel hook. I also dig most strangulations from the back mount.>

Post: opariser1001:

guillotine choke’s my fav…and armbar>

Post: buicken:

Edit by setsu nin to>

Post: samurai6string:

I’m with Gong on this one, I threw alot of legs as a wrestler so i love rear naked choke. But i also really like traingle, and ryote jime if you spin under and wrap the head with your legs, but that isn’t the easiest thing to get.>

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