Diet Butcher wrote:I like it. I like it a lot. Will try it out tonight!
This has been a game-changer for me. Almost passed a 250lb BB's guard by just being confident and sticking to this game.
Like I said, I have many years of practice at the over-under pass, not because I liked it, just because I'm big and I end up there often.
This way Murillo combines Double-Unders and Tripoding with the Over-Under is next-gen 'Stack Passing'.
Really, it's how the Stacking Pass should have been taught all along.
It puts something people thought was dated and crummy back up there with the modern 'cutting-edge' passing games like the Leg-Drag, X-Pass and Knee-Slice. It has all of the same abilities as the other styles like being mobile on the feet, being able to switch directions easily, having a way to stop mid-way and flatten your opponents hips, a way to press the far-shoulder onto the mat.
Actually all of those passing games are themselves evolutions of more simple passes people used to do, that stopped working in high-level comp.
The wheel keeps on turning.