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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby ruine87 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:08 pm

keylocks from mount side control half guard even guard a couple times and north south :)
triangles chokes
and not so many armbars anymore they used to be my most commonly pulled sub
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby maciejkargol » Tue Dec 22, 2009 6:11 pm

Its a toss up between RNC and kimura.
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby KeyboardPacifist » Sun Jan 03, 2010 7:34 pm

maciejkargol wrote:Its a toss up between RNC and kimura.


yipes ! I was sure that Macie left this site.

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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby maciejkargol » Sun Jan 03, 2010 7:36 pm

KeyboardPacifist wrote:
maciejkargol wrote:Its a toss up between RNC and kimura.


yipes ! I was sure that Macie left this site.

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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby preacher » Tue Jan 05, 2010 6:29 pm

ankle lock is very high percentage for me.
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby SmokescreenMMA » Mon Jan 11, 2010 4:27 am

On top- Americanas and arm triangles...On the bottom- Omo Plata and mir lock ...Side control -Kimura
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby irishjudoka » Wed Apr 27, 2011 5:16 pm

triangle all day.
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby The Boss » Wed Apr 27, 2011 8:04 pm

Kimuras and RNC for me.
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby TheAssassin » Wed Apr 27, 2011 8:14 pm

maciejkargol wrote:Its a toss up between RNC and kimura.


Brute powerlifting strength on the Kimuras right? 8)

Anacondas. Pretty handy with guillotine variations too.
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby maciejkargol » Thu May 05, 2011 2:58 pm

TheAssassin wrote:
maciejkargol wrote:Its a toss up between RNC and kimura.


Brute powerlifting strength on the Kimuras right? 8)

Anacondas. Pretty handy with guillotine variations too.

I would say its guillotine by far now. I roll with lots of wrestlers who love to give me their necks.

my standing guillotine is sick. Not only am i choking them, i manage to pick them up as well. So its more like a hanging :lol:
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby TheAssassin » Thu May 05, 2011 4:27 pm

maciejkargol wrote:
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maciejkargol wrote:Its a toss up between RNC and kimura.


Brute powerlifting strength on the Kimuras right? 8)

Anacondas. Pretty handy with guillotine variations too.

I would say its guillotine by far now. I roll with lots of wrestlers who love to give me their necks.

my standing guillotine is sick. Not only am i choking them, i manage to pick them up as well. So its more like a hanging :lol:


We never roll from standing :(

I'm having success with the RNC grip guillotine. From the clinch drop down, wrap one arm under the head, grab the bicep, and instead of standing back or pulling guard, sliding the arm thats not holding the neck down their back. Good tap. The drop has to be fast from the clinch though, that's the hardest part.
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Re: Submission caught the most?

Postby GodzillaMMA700 » Thu May 12, 2011 1:13 pm

Traingles are what I get most from guard if I don't stand up or sweep. Not so good at armbars from guard, but I hit them all the time in top postions. Americanas and kimuras are common from side and guard. I use to get a lot of arm triangles but have kinda stepped away from them lately.
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