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In this video I show a really fun submission. I've seen a couple different variations of this move but the one that I prefer the most is the one that I've seen Bas Rutten teach. So if you're watching this and it looks familiar there are many similarities between this setup and the one that I have seen him show. This position is not one of my favorites as I prefer to always have an underhook, but when I cant get the underhook and I trap the head and my own thigh, this is something that I do from time to time. By no means is this my go to move. With that being said, it's important to have a good grip on the neck and head. I usually make sure this grip is snug by feeding my hand to my thigh. This becomes very important if you're going to try and get this body crush as you finish by squeezing both knees. Now that I have a firm grasp on the head I'm going to roll my rib cage along my opponents. This should lift their head off the floor slightly if done correctly. This is important
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