Leg Weave Submission Roll Under Triangle


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In this video I show a very flashy and fun transition into the Triangle off of the Leg Weave.I really like this move because it can surprise your opponent when they get stagnant in the Leg Weave position. I became very successful with the sweeps off of the Leg Weave series and people started dropping their base and refusing to move. This made some of the sweeps difficult and I had to come up with another option that let me threaten them into moving. This transition was just the threat that I
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