It’s also my ‘go to’ escape when I’m sparring with tough training partners…
And to top it off, this technique works with the gi, without the gi, and in MMA!
It doesn’t matter if it’s the BJJ Mundials, a main event at the UFC, or the ADCC finals; when a world-class grappler screws up and end finds himself rear mounted then he or she will probably go for this particular escape.
Because it works! In fact it’s the highest-percentage rear mount escape, bar none.
But in order to use it correctly you’ve got to include certain details. You’ve to to know what top do when your opponent tries to shut you down – and he’s obviously VERY motivated to keep you trapped in this horrible position.
Check out this breakdown of the first (and maybe the last) rear mount escape you should learn. It’s an excerpt from How to Defeat the Bigger, Stronger Opponent, Series 2 with Brandon Mullins, and it’s something you can start adding to your game right away.
If you found this excerpt useful, then you might be interested in the 5 volume best-selling instructional set that we took it from. It’s called ‘How to Defeat the Bigger, Stronger Opponent, Series 2‘
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