Two-time black belt open class world champion (1999-2000), Rodrigo Comprido is one of the most renowned competitors of all times. Over more than a decade, he built a solid career using clever ways to surprise his opponents. One fine example was the 1999 open class final, when a toe hold forced Roberto Roleta to tap. Here he teaches another variation of the technique. Click paly and go train.


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