[div class=”notice” class2=”icon”]The following is from an article on DstryrSG, part of the MiddleEasy Network.[/div]
Grapplers, it’s been a Gracie heavy week so far at DSTRYR/SG, so we felt strongly that we had to mix it it for all of our sakes.
In the world of no-gi grappling and in MMA, it seems the guillotine is still king, despite all the training grapplers and fighters do to defend and defeat it. We still see it commonly attempted and employed. Just the other night on UFC on Fuel TV, Cody McKenzie scored yet another funky unorthodox version of the classic sub against Marcus LeVesseur. It’s all a testament to the technique’s effectiveness. But, you know this.
Enter Aloisio Silva black belt and MMA fighter, Joe Camacho and his variation on the now famous “Von Flue” choke (made famous by its namesake, Jason Vonn Flue). This is a tough and advanced maneuver from my perspective, but it looks totally doable, and Joe’s got an entire string of options that spring from it.