Instructions for the Rubber Guard - Grappling Technique

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Instructions for the Rubber Guard - Grappling Technique

The "Rubber Guard" is a grappling technique used in Mixed Martial Arts, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, etc. This technique uses one arm and leg in order to control an opponent. This leaves the other arm available in order to submit or strike the opponent.

This technique was popularized by Eddie Bravo, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. Eddie is best known for his win against Royler Gracie in the 2003 Abu Dhabi Submission Wrestling Championships.

For other grappling techniques, please visit the main Grappling & Submissions section.

Instructional Video for the Rubber Guard Submission

Instructional Video for Armbar from Rubber Guard

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