First of all let me congratulate Guro Crafty on yet another excellent video.
Crafty, you are probably already familiar with what old time boxers refered to as "shifting". Essentialy changing leads while punching in combinations. This falls right in with the Trigg series.
Island Dogg we've been using FMA in submission grappling for a while now. For example we can set up single leg takedowns by stepping on our opponents foot. We've successfully used this strategy so many times its one of our staple moves. Another useful one is a move I believe Silat players call kenjit ( the one when you throw him over a horse stance). One of our fighters used it to follow up a failed single leg attempt. The setup was to step forward, disbalance him with the kenjit and jump on him into a mount. Tons of useful stuff when clinching. Arm wrenches and the over under two on one ( Lameco's siniguro) are great for setting up takedowns or even standing submissions.
Vtach try using hubud style passing to escape when you are cornered and covering. Drill this like a boxer stuck in a corner. If you are shedding well, slip out to either side using FMA foot work with hubud. In fact we often warm up with hubud and similar drills prior to contact drills or sparring and have found it very useful.
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