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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby jblade2112 » Thu Jan 03, 2008 6:32 pm

reversal machine wrote:d'arce


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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby WandyGuy » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:26 am

Triangle from guard is definitely the one I hit the most, so thats probably my favorite.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby UchiMata » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:30 am

From the guard I like armbars, triangles, and arm triangles along with sweeps. From mount I like arm triangles/side chokes and armbars. From side control I'm all about north/south choke, kimura, or americana. I also LOOOVE d'arce and anaconda chokes, which i also love from sprawl position, those along with guillotines.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby yoseph » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:36 am

oma plata and triangle for sure
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby shoto » Wed Jun 01, 2011 2:11 am

Triangle with an armbar.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby MuayCrim » Wed Jun 01, 2011 2:19 am

Kimura from side control.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby Fearless6691 » Thu Jun 02, 2011 11:28 am

skylerholderman wrote:i dnt kno how to spell it but its the ammall plotta or soemthing like that side mount arm bar

u can jsu get it from so many angles

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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby Terryman » Thu Jun 02, 2011 12:48 pm

reversal machine wrote:d'arce


Brabo > d'arce lol

I like the Brabo choke from mainly either side control or sprawl,

arm triangle from guard, mount, or kesa gatame,

key lock from mount or side control

kimura from guard.

Arm bar or key lock from s mount.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby eyelikefighting » Wed Jun 08, 2011 5:49 pm

Im all about sleeve choke Ezekiel's are my bread and butter, bow n arrow chokes armbars are fantastic as always. I loved doing knee bars but since I am a blue belt I cant really do those in competition so I have had to steer away from that.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby irishmike357 » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:52 pm

eyelikefighting wrote:Im all about sleeve choke Ezekiel's are my bread and butter, bow n arrow chokes armbars are fantastic as always. I loved doing knee bars but since I am a blue belt I cant really do those in competition so I have had to steer away from that.

Ezekiels are great, you can land it from anywhere. Kimura is right up there too. But I really love any type of slicer (biceps or calf) they just hurt so bad and are often there for the taking.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby irishjudoka » Thu Jun 16, 2011 9:16 am

for me its triangle, omoplata and knee bar's.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby eyelikefighting » Sun Jan 01, 2012 4:37 am

irishmike357 wrote:
eyelikefighting wrote:Im all about sleeve choke Ezekiel's are my bread and butter, bow n arrow chokes armbars are fantastic as always. I loved doing knee bars but since I am a blue belt I cant really do those in competition so I have had to steer away from that.

Ezekiels are great, you can land it from anywhere. Kimura is right up there too. But I really love any type of slicer (biceps or calf) they just hurt so bad and are often there for the taking.

Under the IBJJF rules I do not think we can do slicers. I have a pretty sick spider guard set up to a slicer but i cant use it in competition so I havent had time to be able to pull it off live yet. kimuras are always nice especially if you want to maintain total control from the side mount, there is not much risk there of getting reversed...for the most part.
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby FEAR » Wed Jan 04, 2012 4:42 am

Arm Triangle or Guillotine
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Re: for those of you in Ju jitsu or MMA

Postby Fearless6691 » Sat Jan 07, 2012 3:54 pm

eyelikefighting wrote:
irishmike357 wrote:
eyelikefighting wrote:Im all about sleeve choke Ezekiel's are my bread and butter, bow n arrow chokes armbars are fantastic as always. I loved doing knee bars but since I am a blue belt I cant really do those in competition so I have had to steer away from that.

Ezekiels are great, you can land it from anywhere. Kimura is right up there too. But I really love any type of slicer (biceps or calf) they just hurt so bad and are often there for the taking.

Under the IBJJF rules I do not think we can do slicers. I have a pretty sick spider guard set up to a slicer but i cant use it in competition so I havent had time to be able to pull it off live yet. kimuras are always nice especially if you want to maintain total control from the side mount, there is not much risk there of getting reversed...for the most part.

Yup, I didn't know that on my first tourney, I was in a match with a guy way above my level and I got mount and went for an arm bar (It was a little early) so he was blocking it, and I did the slicer that Eddie B does, I got the tap but after a few seconds the ref was talking to the other one and they said we had to reset because it was a slicer :( I was so bummed.
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