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Paco has my back and he's managed to slap on a rear naked choke. In order to escape this fight-ending submission, I need to quickly break his hold.

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I reach my left hand up and pull Paco's left arm down. It is important that you remove your opponent's anchor hand from behind your head because it's how he generates leverage to lock in the choke.

Paco has my back and he's managed to slap on a rear naked choke. In order to escape this fight-ending submission, I need to quickly break his hold.

I reach my left hand up and pull Paco's left arm down. It is important that you remove your opponent's anchor hand from behind your head because it's how he generates leverage to lock in the choke.

I continue to pull Paco's left arm down, and then I straighten it over my left shoulder.

I continue to pull Paco's left arm down, and then I straighten it over my left shoulder.

Once I pry Paco's right arm away from my neck with my right hand, I double up on his right arm with my hands.

Controlling Paco's right arm with both hands, I begin to maneuver it over to the left side of my head.

Now that I've eliminated Paco's left arm from the picture, I begin prying his right arm away from my neck using my right hand. It is important to notice that I've turned my head to my left to alleviate pressure from my neck.

Once I pry Paco's right arm away from my neck with my right hand, I double up on his right arm with my hands.

Controlling Paco's right arm with both hands, I begin to maneuver it over to the left side of my head.

I move Paco's right arm to the left side of my head, and I then use both hands to straighten his arm over my left shoulder. This prevents him from being able to maneuver his arm back to the right side of my head and re-secure the choke.

Maintaining downward pressure on Paco's right arm with my hands, I push off my feet and shoot my head back.

Posting on my right foot and pushing off, I continue to drive my head back. At the same time, I reach my right arm up and grip the back of Paco's head with my right hand.

Using my grip on the back of Paco's head for leverage, I twist my body in a clockwise direction. As my torso and hips turn toward the mat, Paco's right hook slips free.

Crawling up to my knees, I pull my left arm out from underneath me and wrap it around Paco's back to secure the top position.
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