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Realizing I have sunk low, Paco Seeing the knee coming, I un-throws a left knee at my face. der-hook Paco's left leg with my right arm and posture up to avoid getting hit.

I'm tied up with Paco in the I hunch over and drop my level, body pummel position.

Realizing I have sunk low, Paco Seeing the knee coming, I un-throws a left knee at my face. der-hook Paco's left leg with my right arm and posture up to avoid getting hit.

Posturing all the way up, I continue to lift Paco's left leg into the air. As I do this, his right foot lifts off the canvas. I capitalize on his lack of base by shifting the majority of my weight onto my right leg, and then sweeping his right leg out from underneath him with my left leg.

Now that Paco's right foot is off the canvas, I continue to lift his left leg upward. Notice how this turns his body.

As I slam Paco to the canvas, I follow him down to prevent him from scrambling. Notice how I still have my right arm wrapped around his left leg for control.

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