Sometimes when your opponent posts to defend the rolling sweep, they float their hips a bit further over your body. This makes it trickier to go for the back, as you will have to cover a lot more ground. Instead of going around their back, we will go into a leg lock by coming underneath them.
This leg lock entry is another classic, and can land you in all sorts of leg locks. It all depends on how your opponent reacts, as some people sit, others roll, and some stand up. The most likely scenarios are scoring a heel hook or a knee bar.
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