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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry_Spastic
    I have a friend who did lots of rugby, a fair bit of boxing and some wrestling before being involved in a major car accident.

    He is a very keen wrestler. He posed the question "What are the essential moves for a grappler to learn" i.e. if you want a small effective repertoire what are the best ones?


    My opinion that THE essential to learn was the sleeper hold.

    What else?
    The sleeper hold? Do you mean Rear Naked Choke? Nobody besides professional wrestling fans calls it a sleeper hold.

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    My uneducated upinion:

    Sprawl

    Sweep or escape from mount

    Sweep from guard

    Reverse flying triangle while on fire.

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    - Sprawl
    - Mount Escape
    - 1 Half-Guard sweep
    - 1 Guard sweep
    - RNC
    - Guillotine
    - Kimura
    - the Imanari corkscrew baseball slide takedown to leg-lock combo of doom!!!

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    Mat time.
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    How to make a worthwhile thread.

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    ...how to shrimp from guard back to his feet...
    guh? pics?

    Mat time.
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