As I mentioned before, the Switch and the Kimura are related. In this case, we can go from a Switch to a Kimura. We do so the moment we feel our opponent release our hip to limp arm out, switching out to the Kimura grip quickly as we fall back and turn our chest into them as our hips scoot out.
Ideally, we would like to have a reverse half guard, but even if both your legs are outside, you can just hook over the top. While you might not be able to finish the Kimura in this position, the moment they roll through you will land in the Kimura TV position and be ready to attack.
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