Small Guy Knee Push Sweep From Butterfly Guard
Knee Push Sweep Butterfly Guard by Bruno Malfacine
Who is Bruno Malfacine? Bruno Malfacine is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor. He began training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in 1998 at the age of eleven under Carlos Santana. After Santana stopped coaching, Malfacine moved to the Gama Filho team and was awarded his black belt there. In 2008 he moved to São Paulo, to train with Fabio Gurgel, at the Alliance team, where he has achieved ten world titles. Bruno "Bad Boy" Malfacine now trains in Orlando, Florida, where he is pursuing MMA. He has a professional record of 3 - 0. Bruno Malfacine is a 10x Black Belt World Champion. He is the only competitor to ever win 10 titles in the same weight division and many people see him as the best pound for pound BJJ fighter ever.
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Today Bruno is here to demonstrate his knee push sweep butterfly guard. Watch the video below and then we will break down the technique. Check it out now!
Bruno Malfacine starts the technique by demonstrating how he likes to set up his butterfly hook. He likes to put one knee on the floor and then set his hook with his other foot. We he gets his hook in he controls his training partner by putting his arm around his back and grabbing the belt. He keeps his head below his opponent’s chin. This is because if your head is above your training partner he will be able to easily push you over. Now he establishes pants control on the other side of his training partner. Bruno pulls his opponent slightly towards him. The natural reaction of your training partner will be to sit back. This is the momentum you use to successfully sweep your opponent. When you hit the sweep make sure you keep your leg on your opponent’s thigh to pin his leg.
This is a very impressive knee push sweep from butterfly guard by Bruno Malfacine. It is important to remember that you want to get your opponent’s momentum moving in the right direction to pull off this sweep. You have to be very active with your hooking foot. Make sure that is tight to your training partner. All and all I think this is a really effective way to sweep from butterfly guard. Make sure you remember this one the next time you are playing butterfly guard and looking for an opportunity to attack your opponent. Thank you for the technique Bruno Malfacine!
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