Ten BJJ moves every cop should know...with a twist
The Ten Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Moves Every Police Officer Should Know
these probably have helped them tremendously even knowing only 10 moves!
So here's the twist, if you could only know 10 moves for a street encounter what would they be, they can be grappling or striking oriented.
for me it would be basic and frequent positions that you get stuck in.
1. Doublelegtakedown (good to know how to take it to the ground)
2. GnP (knowing how to throw elbows from on top)
3. Mount position
4. Knowing how to kimura the top man from guard position
6. Leglock ,easy to finish them off with after the double
7. Counter to the Headlock
8. Knowing how to keep opponent in the closed guard
9. Countering the shirt grab, with a wrist lock
10. Knowing how to close the distance and get to the clinch
From here the encounter could be finished like this easily:
Tackle them with a double and easily finish them with a leglock or mount them, throw some elbows, let them roll over and proceed to choke them out with a RnC.
So what are your ten moves in a street encounter?
4.Ground N Pound
From my list you can easily grapple the opponent to the ground and end with GnP, Kimura, Armbar, or Leglock. When fighting standing up, go for the clinch then finish with elbows and kneew. From the clinch you can go to takedowns #1-3 and end on the ground. This list is very well rounded and easy to understand.
good list...probably better then mine...is a leglock easy to get?
My list is probably something more related to small-circle jujitsu/aikido and probably looks a little more like this.
1) Kote-gaishi (small-circle wrist lock/throw)
2) Straight crossbody armbar
5) Rear naked choke
7) Shiho nage (throw leading into Americana and other armlocks)
8) Nikkyo (frontal wrist lock)
9) Sankyo (armlock leading into any number of techniques)
this was where i got the double to leglock idea Template
but it would be easy to get on an unskilled ground fighter, right?
Ironman how long have you been doing bjj?
I don't. I gave up on the BJJ syllabus once I came up with a way to beat it. That bit will follow, probably later tonight when I clear up my desktop.
I think that a cop should use as few takedowns as possible because it's a heavy liability on cement. The quick chokes and the armbars and the Aikido techniques keep everything quick in a street fight, which gives both fighters less time to f*ck themselves, and each other, up.
It's just an opinion, and I'm not a cop, but I think that's how it should work.
and obviously there are ways to beat bjj....
Yeah, but you end up smashing the other guys back on the concrete, and that's gets into a nasty law suit. Regardless of whether or not the guy is a criminal, if you do enough damage to him you will end up in court.
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