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Open Guard Sweep Failed Koala To Ankle Pick

  • Posted on Oct 23, 2012
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In this video I show a second option for when your opponent fails the Koala. This is an easy and effective option. The easiest defense for the Koala sweep is when your opponent just lifts his ankle. This can be very discouraging as it is very easy and can totally shut down the sweep. Thankfully the transition into this sweep is also simple. Now that you can easily angle your chest towards the floor (because your opponent cleared that bottom leg for you) you transfer your hand to the back of
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