Hip toss whizzer to punch

When your opponent has an under-hook and he drives forward for the takedown, you can use his forward momentum against him by utilizing a hip toss. To do this, you rotate your hips, add to his forward momentum by driving your whizzer into his shoulder, and trip him over your leg. Although it is certainly possible to chuck your opponent to the ground with this technique, a lot of opponents will catch themselves before they go down. When this happens, you can use your opponent's compromised positioning to smash a right hand into his face.

Albert presses forward in the body pummel position.

Keeping my left over-hook tight, I maneuver my left leg to the inside of Albert's right leg.

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