Originally Posted by Deadpool
What an incredibly one sided arguement. Thanks for the advice i'll try using it in my next sparring session instead of the sprawl. I can see how it would be an easy way of avoiding the clinch with a possibly larger but less swift opponent and setting up strikes.
My pleasure. I hope it work for you. But, I really want to move this discussion away from that one specific technique and back into the general topic of takedown defense. On that note, how do you like to do it? Or alternately, what do you usually like to do after a sprawl?