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Old 03-16-2007, 10:08 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by AceCombat
Hey i just got my ass whipped by my friends last saturday right before we watched UFC 68 (BTW props to Randy for the shut out) and i want to get a little payback for the next time we all wrestle again. I know alot of the basic wrestling and jujitszu moves and submissions but i was wondering if someone could give me a few tips of some efficient takedowns from the double underhook position (in the clinch), under-over hook positiion (in the clinch), and double overhook position (also in the clinch). Im pretty strong at 68 kilos and a little on the short side and i normally have to use my sprawl and speed to take my friends down but unfortunately it just wasnt working that night. Its not greco - roman wrestling or anything so there basically no boundaries. Help a brother out!

Thanx

Sorry if i cant explain well.


The basic one is you just lift you right under hook up, lower youre left hook.Then step back with youre left leg and pull him down.
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