posted on Nov, 12 2016 @ 11:21 AM
a reply to: tikbalang
I think the Conner fight will be decided by submission.....and early when everyone is still dry and sticky... a lot more than pride is at stake here
IMHO....hands will fly and whoever blinks first and turns to expose the angle and path to be mounted will have their back taken...and if they open up
early like this, they will surely go to sleep.A failure to grasp this underlying urgency could be very costly......I have always wanted to see an
opponent try an inside spinning elbow...miss it...and spin themselves right into a rear-naked choke....lol....because when that move is attempted and
missed the neck is sooooooo wide open and the direction of spin and torque KEEP IT OPEN and spin it right into the choke .....MMMmmmm....I lick my
lips thinking about how quickly one could latch on and clamp a fully exposed neck like this....no defense....full depth...sinking RIGHT IN FIRST
BITE....sleepwalking your opponent across the mat.....then just gently setting him down.....lol...lol...having had the odd rear-naked sunk in on me
immediatly after I had been opened up in similar ways .... I can say that when it goes deep fast you are finished fast and there is no big
battle...when the pipe is shut off its shut off end of story....its a lot harder to fight a read-naked sunk in deep standing up with someone running
you backwards and not leting you scramble and hit the mat than it is if you are on the ground.When a dum dum misses a spinning elbow all you need to
do is step over his leg hug-up and let him corkscrew himself into your cobras sliding around his windpipe.Taking a rear-naked to the floor is only
needed when it isnt sunk in 100%...if its in deep you WANT to just shuffle-walk it backwards and sleepwalk your way to the win.
You can also slap an opponents arm/shoulder to FORCE CONTINUED ROTATION and turn a missed uppercut into a standing choke sunk in DEEP with a smoother
faster simpler step-over than when you work it out of the spinning elbow miss.I would love to teach Conner some of the things I learned if I wasnt
afraid he would break me into painfull little pieces even playing nice....if you dont have these possibilities worked into your mentality and
instincts you are missing out on an entirely NewAge way of approaching combat sports.
I would call the missed upper-cut slap-step transition into standing choke the Mc-Kraken in honor of Conner.....lol.Now all he has to do is come to
me to learn....lol.