Side Control Escape Wrestler Under Arm Spin.mov

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An intermediate escape that works well when your opponent is controlling over the body and is not chalking the hip. It is important to control at the back of the triceps. This will allow you to control the biceps when you spin out the other side and it also is a good place to place your hand to avoid being submittied. Continue to practice this move until you are good at coming out at the 90 degree angle. So many people when they do this move come out at 180 degrees (straight on with their op
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