By Geoff Thompson
Floor scuffling with is among the so much underestimated but devastatingly ferocious of the entire Martial Arts. Ninety-nine in keeping with cent of all highway fights that aren't entire in the first 3 seconds prove at the ground. The books within the "Ground Fighting" sequence arrange you with the superior of wrestling, ju-jitsu, judo etc., overlaying floor regulate, bars, locks, chokes, strangles, cranks, butts, reintroducing the various unlawful and banned strategies from the start of the century.
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G E O F F 60 T H O M P S O N ’ S G R O U N D F I G H T I N G S E R I E S Chokes and strangles from the side 4 1/4 pin G E O F F T H O M P S O N ’ S G R O U N D F I G H T I N G S E R I E S 61 Chokes and Strangles Under head choke Feed your left arm under/around the opponent’s head, from his left to his right, and feed your right arm under your own body and couple with your left, via the hands, and squeeze to secure the finish. If you need more leverage lean back as you pull, or even climb into the mount position and continue cranking the neck from that position.
As I said before the opponent will usually move away from pain, so give his some pain and he’ll go just where you want him. G E O F F 44 T H O M P S O N ’ S G R O U N D F I G H T I N G S E R I E S Chokes and strangles from the mount position G E O F F T H O M P S O N ’ S G R O U N D F I G H T I N G S E R I E S 45 Chokes and Strangles Lip turn to choke One of the cruelest ways to turn an opponent, this is my favourite, is to feed your left arm under the opponent’s head, from left to right, and hook your finger/s into the side of his mouth, being very careful not to go in too far and get bitten.
Basically the mount position has been secured and defended (see Volume One for the details of securing, defending and attacking [from] this and all the other base pins), now you are going for the finish by attacking the face of the opponent until he either turns or is punched out, nine times out of ten he will instinctively turn to escape. When the opponent does, turn your end up in the reverse mount position, sitting on his back. From here feed your right arm, or left, around his throat, from right to left, and secure at the other side by gripping your left hand and squeezing to finish.