Garry Tonon: Toe Hold (Submission Grappling, Brown, Black)

4. With control of the foot and leg, Garry drops to his right side. If Eddie were to kick his leg out to break the grip, Garry would plant the foot on the mat to help defend the escape.
5. To expose Eddie’s hips and get more control of the leg, Garry rotates his body to his left side. Once Eddie’s hips are off the ground, Garry crosses his legs to help pull Eddie in.
6. To finish, Garry keeps Eddie’s knee bent as he twists to his left, twisting the bones in Eddie’s foot to finish the toe hold.

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