He’s Got Your Back! – Felipe “Preguiça” Pena

Wrist Lock From The Back

If Edwin decides to fight the choke more Felipe uses a unique wrist lock option to submit him. Felipe gains the same top collar grip as in the previous two techniques, but Edwin grabs at the wrist cuff attempting to break it off. Not wanting to lose the opportunity to finish, Felipe reaches into the inside of Edwin’s defending left hand against his palm with his fingers, bends the wrist back, and pulls the grip off. Focused on his wrist now, Edwin ignores Felipe’s advancement of position as he brings Edwin to his side; meanwhile, his legs have moved up and around Edwin’s upper torso like a reverse triangle not fully locked. Releasing the collar grip, Felipe brings his right hand over to the top of Edwin’s palm and pushes down to finish.


1. Partner defends against the choke


2. Reach into inside of palm


3. Remove your leg and bring your partner to the side


4. Bring free hand on top of partners


Travis began his love for grappling and fitness more than ten years ago here in Southern California and has turned that passion into a career helping Mike steward this fine publication. He has been training jiu-jitsu since 2009 under John Munoz at C-quence JJ/MMA in Norco, CA.
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