11-24-2006, 02:19 PM
Join Date: May 2006
Location: New York City, New York
Traditional, rear judo throw from position edi dori. (rear collar grab) I'm not sure exactly what position your mean by "Top" Rear Mount, but I think that I know what you mean.
Armdrag or rear collar throw. Really just avoid giving up this kind of a position. Against a good grappler, you're pretty much f*cked.
Using an up is probably the best way, you can also backdoor this one.
Punch him in the face? Or a kneebar comes nicely out of here.
Traditional Aikido backroll, collar/hair grab or just turn to try and get him back in butterfly guard.
A modified Aikido roll toward his back will get you into a good back-control position, if it is done quickly and correctly, but you do risk eating some punches.
Aikido front-roll to standing will get you away from your opponent and usually get you free. If he is holding onto you it may also lead into a few nice subs.
Originally Posted by mrmyz
Top Rear Mount
I can post subs from these positions if you want, the basic ones are mostly just armdrags.
My best advice from these positions is simple: Don't get caught in them. But if you do, the above advice should help.
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