Troubleshooting The Triangle - Part 2
Beginner Essentials • 2m 7s
Matt Darcy shows another troubleshoot adjustment to finish the triangle called the “Scape and Chop.” Using his forearm he scrapes his opponents head into the inside of his knee and then finishes off an space that might be left with a few chopping motions with his leg.
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