High Elbow Guillotine, Countering The Deep Half With Crucifix
Matt Darcy • 10m
Matt Darcy “Gets the party started” with a butterfly sweep. Expecting his partner to post on the side they are getting swept opens up the guillotine. Another circumstance is if the opponent gets swept, but ends up recovering a deep-half. This is where a Crucifix option presents itself for a rear-naked choke and straight armlock finishes.
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