Posted On:9/23/2006 3:10pm
Digging through my magazine scans, I found another good one. It's Pe de Pano doing what I consider one of his signature sweeps. I was talking to Eduardo about this sweep and he said that PDP if won a fight, you could almost be certain he got this sweep too.
He's entering it from spider guard here but look at step 3 and realize how you could just as easily get there from De la Riva, sitting half guard or "single leg" guard.
I've drilled this sweep a lot, but never really use it much. Still, if you have questions about it or can't figure out a detail in the photos above, I'll do my best to explain it.
Posted On:9/23/2006 3:23pm
Posted On:9/23/2006 3:27pm
Good find. I missed that.
Posted On:9/24/2006 6:38pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
This is one of my favourite and most used sweeps also.
Da Komrads... Again you are MadPelvisOwn3d!
Posted On:9/24/2006 7:34pm
Style: Spetsnaz Shovel-Fu
Any tips for a no gi modification to this technique?
To fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence;
Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without spilling your Guinness.
Sun "Fu Man JhooJits" Tzu, the Art of War & Guinness
Posted On:9/24/2006 7:39pm
Learn to grip handfuls of flesh directly to create lapels out of their skin.
Posted On:9/24/2006 8:01pm
Yeah, that works on the heffalumps. Not so good for the woozels though.
Posted On:9/25/2006 8:51am
very cool, nice post Aeso. Time to drill.
Posted On:9/25/2006 8:54am
I was sharing some techniques with a guy yesterday and he happened to show me this sweep from knees. Eveything is the same, except they are in combat base.
BJJ Black Belt
Posted On:9/25/2006 9:32am
Style: Rex Kwon Do
I use this sweep a lot. From the knees and while they're standing. Lots of options from there.
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