The Fantasma pass (Spanish for Ghost) is named after one of my students Jorge Vigo, after he used it many times in competition with great success. It’s also fitting, because the pass seems to come out of nowhere, and surprise people when they get caught with it.
It starts from the half guard, when your opponent has the under hook from bottom. Normally, this is a disadvantage, but with the Fantasma pass, you can sneakily get the near side under hook, and pass with a cross body knee cut.
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