Collar/Arm Drag to Rear Mount

Collar/Arm Drag to Rear Mount

Collar/Arm drag to back control...Now you see me, now you don't.
This is a very effective way to get off your back and on to your opponents. Even if you miss the back, most of the time you end up getting the top position. I have been using this set up for 20 years, it never gets old! Its smooth, easy to do and can turn the fight in a blink of an eye...and in this online series I will show you how!

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Collar/Arm Drag to Rear Mount
  • Collar Drag Sequence - 1of5

    Collar/Arm drag to back control...Now you see me, now you don't.
    This is a very effective way to get off your back and on to your opponents. Even if you miss the back, most of the time you end up getting the top position. I have been using this set up for 20 years, it never gets old! Its smoot...

  • Collar Drag Sequence - 2of5

    When performing the collar drag remember to grab high on the collar to create leverage. When pulling, occupy the space your opponent wants to go so you can guide them where you want them to go.

  • Collar Drag Sequence - 3of5

    Elbow to the ground vs. hand to the ground when performing the collar drag.

  • Collar Drag Sequence - 4of5

    Once you have taken the back from the collar drag you have a multitude of finishing options...short choke, rear naked, cross collar, bow and arrow.

  • Collar Drag Sequence - 5of5

    When taking the back from the collar drag, find the connection with your opponent. Move fast and close the space.