This is one of the sneakiest, slickest submission attacks I have ever seen.
The first time I saw this technique was when BJJ world champion Brandon ‘Wolverine’ Mullins used it at the IBJJF European Championships in 2013.
At first I just didn’t understand what I had seen. One minute his opponent was in the X Guard, and the next he was tapping out from a super-tight triangle choke. I had to watch it a bunch of times to even begin to figure out what had happened.
But you now have a huge advantage if you want to add this technique to your arsenal. And that’s because I convinced Brandon to break it down for you.
This is a clip from the brand new Grapplearts instructional, a four volume set called ‘Non-Stop Jiu-Jitsu.’
In the video below Brandon teaches this slick, sneaky triangle choke setup. Watch it, and then give it a try – it’s a lot easier than you might think!
And I guarantee that your training partners won’t know what hit ’em!
For more cutting edge techniques by Brandon Mullins, including competition-proven Butterfly Guard, X Guard, and de la Riva Guard attacks (and much more) check out Non-Stop Jiu-Jitsu.
It contains 9 hours of instruction in 4 volumes, and comes with free shipping and an unconditional 365 day moneyback guarantee if you don’t like it for any reason at all.