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Once I get my left foot behind my right knee, I coil my right leg back and reset my base.

I pull Beach's left arm up with my right hand.

Using my right hand, I drive Beach's left arm across my body.

To finish the submission, I latch onto Beach's head with both hands and pull up.

ShiS^^^^^SPm^^^Se^^ng my right leg forward and hook my left foot behind my right knee.

I pull Beach's left arm up with my right hand.

Using my right hand, I drive Beach's left arm across my body.

ShiS^^^^^SPm^^^Se^^ng my right leg forward and hook my left foot behind my right knee.

To finish the submission, I latch onto Beach's head with both hands and pull up.

Once I get my left foot behind my right knee, I coil my right leg back and reset my base.

Not wanting to take more abuse, Tony begins rolling over to his right side. I allow him to roll by slightly lifting my hips off of his body.

I'm postured up in the mount with my right arm cocked back.

I drop a downward elbow to Tony's face.

Tony rolls all the way over to his belly. To secure his back, I reach my right arm underneath his right arm, latch onto his right wrist with my right hand, and hook my right leg underneath his right leg to secure my second hook.

As Tony continues to roll over to his belly, I bring my weight back down on the top of him and hook my left arm underneath his left arm, securing an under-hook.

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