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What is the most painfull but practical submission technique???

for me is either
twisted ankle lock

or

Eddie Bravo's twister OUCH!!!!

what's your technique??

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Post #1   8/2/07 2:07:58AM   

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bicep scrape

Post #2   8/2/07 7:30:49AM   

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I would say a heel hook or a bicep slicer. I'm not sure if those were already picked and just given different names.

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Yeah I think the bicep scrape/slicer is the same thing. And it hurt likes hell.

Post #4   8/2/07 10:46:11AM   

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heel hook mainly because it destroys your knee you dont really feel anything that bad until it snaps

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heel hook mainly because it destroys your knee you dont really feel anything that bad until it snaps
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Posted by akumairon

heel hook mainly because it destroys your knee you dont really feel anything that bad until it snaps



This is why I practice any submissions with knees very slowly.




Regarding the bicep slicer. I don't understand the big deal with this technique. It hurts, but not that much.

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fish hooking.

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Crucifier (not the crucifix)....rear naked choke, but instead of a choke, an exagerrated full nelson w/ hands pushing on back of the head.

I've pulled it off a few times and had someone do it to me to see how it felt.

You can't tap because your arms are strung up and your legs are bound by the scissors and you can't say "uncle" because you're too busy choking on your own windpipe, whil the stretch makes your spine feel like it's separating....it really sucks

or a grapevine w/ a bullrider coupled w/ a forearm choke....you're not sure if your shins are going to snap or if you'll choke to death

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1.Kneebar
2. Can Opener( Any Neck Crank/ Cervical lock can go here though, they all suck equally bad.)
3. Kneebar
4. Bicep Slicer
5. Heel Hook
In my experience those are pretty much the worst things to get caught in, but anything hurts if it's done quickly and with excessive force.

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arm bar also hurts if its done by a guy who used to do weight lifting lol

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Bicep slicers, calf slicers, kneebars, kimuras, ankle locks, and neck cranks.

Post #14   8/4/07 12:57:30PM   

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1. any neck crank (and newbie fools who dont know what they are, and rip your head off with them)
2. all the slicers/scrapers
3. twister
4. tight kimura
5. heel hooks & knee bars

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