Someone with a good squeeze pass can ruin your day. Besides getting passed, you can get your neck and chin torqued into oblivion with the right opponent. I have had my share of excellent squeeze passers, which is how I developed my escape. It starts by first getting my opponent’s hips down my body, so that I can get their shoulder line away from my face and onto my chest.
You accomplish this by utilizing the lock down and an assist with your arms to yank down that shoulder. Once you got that, you can then pummel inside on the cross face arm. That will allow you to get your frames back together, and then you can fight for under hooks.
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