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By Geoff Thompson
Floor battling is without doubt one of the so much underestimated but devastatingly ferocious of all of the Martial Arts. Ninety-nine according to cent of all highway fights that aren't complete in the first 3 seconds prove at the ground. The books within the "Ground Fighting" sequence arrange you with the superior of wrestling, ju-jitsu, judo etc., overlaying floor keep watch over, bars, locks, chokes, strangles, cranks, butts, reintroducing a few of the unlawful and banned innovations from the start of the century.
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It is usual for the opponent to try and push up onto his hands from this position, this being the first step in his bid to get back to his feet. To be honest this just makes the choke easier to apply because in using his hands to push up (in a kind of press up action) he leaves his neck and throat unprotected. It is important at this point, however, to be able to do the choke equally from both sides, he may get up in such a way that one side of his neck is not open for attack and so you have to go in from the other side.
Feed your right arm under the opponent’s head, from your right to left, at the other side grip your own left biceps, or grab your shirt if you can’t reach through enough, and feed the left arm over the opponent’s throat, making sure that the bone of the wrist is laying over his wind pipe and grab your own right biceps/shoulder (or grip the sleeve). Squeeze tightly to finish the hold. If you need more leverage go onto the balls of your feet and focus your weight onto the hold, if you need to you can also jump to a jackknife position.
Many inexperienced fighters do panic though when held in the scarf hold because it is such a controlling position, this usually forces an in-fight release of adrenalin that will make them very strong for a few seconds - and empty their fuel tanks just as quickly, others still capitulate because they mistake the in-fight release for fear.