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How to do a JUDO DEATH ROLL from Turtle Guard

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SUBSCRIBE - https://twitter.com/SubmissionAus Submission Radio Technique of the Week - How to do a Judo Death Roll from Turtle guard, for No Gi BJJ, Sambo and MMA, demonstrated by Jerome Maitland and Thien Ho New technique EVERY WEDNESDAY! Breaking down techniques from Sambo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, Kickboxing, Boxing, Muay Thai & more. You can train BJJ with Jerome Maitland and Thien Ho at Australian Elite Team in Tullamarine, Victoria, Australia. More details here: http://on.fb.me/1Cv0sf0 Brazilian Jiu Jitsu originated from Japan under Mitsuyo Maeda, but was made wildly popular and famous by the Gracie family. In the early 90's Royce Gracie brought BJJ into the mainstream, by winning the first ever UFC tournament. Since then, BJJ has become one of the most popular and practiced martial arts. BJJ is known for it's submission grappling based techniques the basic principal of position over submission. It has also been successfully used by famous MMA and UFC fighters such as
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