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It's Finally Here! King Gordon Ryan's New Instructional Series!
2 Sick Moves From “King” Gordon Ryan!
Gordon Ryan has become a house hold name. As a New Jersey native, Ryan is a member of the notoriously well known Danaher Death Squad. He is a submission orientated competitor and a leading jiu jitsu figure of his generation. Gordon cemented himself as one of the world’s best on the planet in 2015 by winning the Newaza Challenge and No Gi World Championship becoming Garry Tonon’s first ever student to achieve black belt. With Tonon’s growing influence over Ryan’s grappling lifestyle, Ryan began regular travel to one of Gary’s mentors – John Danaher. Danaher as the head coach of the Renzo Gracie Academy was a big part of Ryan’s success in the submission only jiu jitsu circuit where Ryan’s status as a potential star was first noticed.
Gordon Ryan just made headlines again after an impressive victory over Joao Rocha in the main event at Kasai Super Series. What great timing for Gordon Ryan to release a new instructional series on BJJ Fanatics! Gordon Ryan’s new Guard Passing Instructional series "Systematically Attacking the Guard" will be available soon, but in the meantime let us check out 2 sick moves from "King" Gordon Ryan!
The most anticipated passing instructional ever is finally here! Check out Gordon Ryan's new instructional series "Systematically Attacking The Guard!"
#1. Butterfly Hook Sweep Blocking The Arm
When training in the gi, you have a great tool to control your opponent with: the belt. By grabbing the belt and lifting your opponent verses pulling him as you would in no gi, you will be able to take him up and over. Get your right foot through and use the ball of your foot to elevate yourself. Now with your foot in place it will be much easier to push yourself off your hip and onto your shoulder. As you are driving take your opponent’s wrist and punch it down into his belt. This will trap his hand making him unable to defend from this position. Typically at this point a person is going to attempt to drive you down into half guard. So with your right foot through his leg you will use his momentum, lifting him by the belt, to bring him up and over, ending in top side control.
#2. Passing From Ushiro X Guard
This is a clip from Gordon Ryan's new Guard Passing Instructional series "Systematically Attacking the Guard by Gordon Ryan." Gordon Ryan is famous for his precision guard passing. The X guard can be a difficult guard to pass but King Ryan has an answer for the struggle. The goal of this pass is to get into north south position. By systematically dismantling the guard, Gordon can free his legs and step around his opponent, ending in a much better position to start attacking submissions.
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