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Watch Using the Claw Grip to Take the Back VS Side Control

Watch Using the Claw Grip to Take the Back VS Side Control

Using the Claw Grip to Take the Back VS Side Control

NoGi BJJ: Intro to back attacks • 6m 46s

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