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Chris "the Westside Strangler" Brennan is widely regarded as one of the first American Jiu-jitsu practioners who really embraced NoGi grappling. Although he started training in the gi at the Gracie Academy, early on in his training he focused completely on NoGi and MMA. Chris is not only a professional grappling instructor but he is also an avid competitor with matches in the UFC, Pride, KOTC, BJJ Worlds, and ADCC.
On this DVD Chris teaches his innovative 5 and 10 finger GUILLOTINES. These are some of Chris' most painful subs and after watching this you will see why! The Westside Strangler shows you how to get the chokes from just about all positions including the mount, side control, guard, half guard and more. Not only does Chris show you how to get the choke, but he also shows you how to defend it.
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