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Watch Using the Topspin to Create Far Side Back Exposure VS Side Control (and Turtle)

Watch Using the Topspin to Create Far Side Back Exposure VS Side Control (and Turtle)

Using the Topspin to Create Far Side Back Exposure VS Side Control (and Turtle)

NoGi BJJ: Intro to back attacks • 3m 57s

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