ESP RAW 174
Boxing's Hi-Lo Shell/Front Headlock Attack Chains/Cross-Body Escapes Pt. 2
This RAW covers all three primary aspects of The Combination Man Curriculum: Old School Boxing, All-In Wrestling, & Catch-Jitsu for our back-familiarity and counter JJ game.
In the Boxing Section we will cover the prevalent use of the Hi-Lo Shell from boxing circa, 1920s-1940s.
Once we have the shell down we'll run drills for the 4-Primary Defenses used from this at first glance unwise position. [Still mighty mighty useful today, Crew!]
In the All-In Wrestling Unit we continue to emphasize Snap to Front Headlock Attacks.
• Where last time we focused on Go-Behinds to Combat Cradles here we'll have to alter our game vs. a speedy opponent ready to shut our go-behinds down. [And not one of them calls for unnecessary flopping or rolling--while rolls are cool to look at and train, unwisely risky.]
• We'll follow-up our New Drop with a 9-Submission Run that keeps you on top and in control throughout.
• We'll also spend some time issuing caveats regarding Top-Side Front Headlock Finishes, Peruvian Neckties, poorly set-up Shark-Fins, and Head-Scissors.
• While we're at it, we'll unveil a Naked Reverse Lever, and...issue a caveat.
In the Catch-Jitsu section we continue our journey to beating being caught underneath a HEAVY Cross-Body Ride with THE Primary Escape for Wrestlers. All the while keeping mind you've got to know the follow-ups to the Escape or you will likely be caught.
Drill the Follow-Ups fist-in-glove with the Escape and it's a different world.
24 Drills and Tactics in the 3 Primary Battlegrounds of the Combination Man Attack.
ESP RAW 174 can be had for the month of April 2017 for $32 (S & H included--Domestic & International) at the end of the month the price goes to $42 Domestic/$52 International. (Of course, it's only $26.50 for the RAW Crew.)