Posted On:12/29/2005 3:51pm
Style: MMA, Boxing
I recall seeing this mentioned recently, and I searched till my searcher was sore, but couldn't find the thread.
Are there effective standing applications for the rear nakid choke?
If so, does the lack of control of the opponent's hips (by not having him/her in guard from behind) open you up to unpleasantness?
Last edited by garbanzo; 12/29/2005 3:54pm at .
Posted On:12/29/2005 3:53pm
May the ghost of Marcelo Garcia haunt you forever.
Posted On:12/29/2005 3:54pm
Not strictly the hips I guess.
Posted On:12/29/2005 3:55pm
I like how every position in BJJ is becoming an alternate form of the guard.
Posted On:12/29/2005 3:56pm
You know what I mean.
Posted On:12/29/2005 3:57pm
Better name, seatbelt or harness?
Posted On:12/29/2005 3:59pm
Harness. The seatbelt is taken by a butterfly guard grip.
Posted On:12/29/2005 4:01pm
I've talked to bouncers that say they've used RNC from standing by knocking out the knees as they drag them backwards so they drop into the choke. They've all described it as a "hangman".
Posted On:12/29/2005 4:03pm
If I were Eddie Bravo I would just coopt it and force everyone to conform to my terminology.
Serious answer to the question: the ability to choke someone with an rnc is equally applicable standing as it is on the ground given the caveat that standing you have sacrificed a certain amount of control and safety (e.g. Garcia versus Rizzo, ADCC2005).
Posted On:12/29/2005 4:09pm
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