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Mullen24 08-25-2012 12:38 PM

Good submission leg locks?
I'm new to mma and was just wondering if anyone had any tips On how to become better at leg submissions and if anyone knew any links where i could watch and learn???

Killz 08-25-2012 02:25 PM

Search for Rousmir Palhares on YouTube. ;)

Life B Ez 08-25-2012 03:06 PM

To see them in Mma and grappling tourney rousimar is the guy for sure to watch.

Ryan Hall is another grappled who is really good at them, he has a few instructionals out.

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americanfighter 08-25-2012 05:44 PM

Ken shamrock was the master of leg subs. He had several 1st round subs by heel hook or kneebar. His fights with Leon and bass rutten Were prety good examples of what he could do.

No_Mercy 08-27-2012 11:36 PM

Yah Ken was the original heel hook king!

There's a very good video on Mir showing his knee bar against Brock. It was actually a calf slicer attempt one that Charles Oliveira uses all the time. It's become one of my favorites although I'm not entirely proficient at it, but it's one of the less technical leg submissions. Heel hooks or ankle locks aren't the easiest to pull off cuz of the sweat and people scrambling...Toquinho makes it look easy.

I learned a bad ass knee bar counter against a triangle that I have yet to pull off. BJJ is such a technical martial arts. It's become so advanced now that fighters have to use more unorthodox submissions to win or chain submissions or they just specialize in one particular submission move and perfect it.

Killz 08-28-2012 04:53 AM

every time I think of Ken Shamrock and leg submissions, all I see in my mind is this:

americanfighter 09-02-2012 03:14 PM


Originally Posted by Killz (Post 1621143)
every time I think of Ken Shamrock and leg submissions, all I see in my mind is this:

This is what I think of.

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