How To Make Michael Chiesa’s One-Arm Kimura Finisher Your Own

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Given how jaw dropping a night of fights UFC 232 turned out to be, it’s possible Michael Chiesa’s devastating one-armed kimura finish of Carlos Condit may not get the attention the truly sneaky submission deserves. Between the grip (no easy feat in gloves) and the angle, it’s a variation on one of the oldest joint locks in the book that we rarely get to see and most will not have practiced.

However, it’s also a submission that catch wrestlers and the like may recognize–one that requires surprisingly little effort if you set it up correctly. included a variation on Chiesa’s theme in this now-vintage tutorial on low effort but high efficacy kimura finishes from 2016.

Let Dan “The Wolfman” walk, and rock, you through some ways to work the one-arm kimura into your training this week:

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Kimberly Kaye

Kimberly Kaye is a blue belt under Plinio Cruz now training BJJ and Muay Thai out of NOLA MMA. When she’s not being choked or kicked by large Louisianians, she’s a student of integrative medicine/nutrition at FCMA and rehabilitator of deaf bully breed dogs no one else wants. Kimberly coexists with the rare diseases CIPO and Ehler-Danlos Syndrome, and is an advocate for disabled individuals in the martial arts community and world at large.

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