This Sneaky Lapel Choke Gives You A Lot Of Options For The Finish

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You learn the choke, you drill it a hundred times and a thousand more. You’re confident executing it in rolling, and you make it part of your gameplan in competition. Methodically, you work your way into mount right where you want to be. Your belt is loose and all the stars have aligned, so you feed your lapel for the choke.

What do you do when your opponent reacts in a way you’ve never seen before? Usually, if the technique you’re going for is no longer viable, you’ll transition to your next position or attack. In this video, you’ll see how to transition the same attack depending on many possible reactions of your opponent.


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