Travis Stevens shares how to attack the wrist lock from the kimura setup. He hits it from the common position of side control.
This attack happens when your opponent is on his side and you are attacking the kimura, but your opponet is grabbing the gi. Travis shows you how to attack a wrist lock to either submit your opponent, or use the wrist lock to open up the kimura attack.
He is looking for a quick submission that results in a scream or a quick TAP TAP.
He shows other variations of how to attack wrist locks when your opponent is holding the gi or his hands tightly together.
Travis Stevens emphasizes staying in the same position to attack a variety of different wrist locks, arm bars or back to kimuras.