• on Oct 23, 2012
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This submission looks remarkably like the Baseball slide armbar but the entry, weight distribution and the spacing differs slightly.

For this move I like to dominate my opponents arm with an overhook. This leads to a much more powerful submission and has the added benefit of being very secure.

The rotation of the foot should be a very quick transition. There should be very little warning that you are about to transition into a submission until you are falling back. This, unlike the Base
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