1- FRONT CHOKE DEFENSE WITH HIP THROW: With your knowledge of the Koshi-Guruma headlock takedown its time to apply this to a real-world self-defense situation. In this case, you focus on regaining the inside control, a fundamental jiu-jitsu concept to create separation from the choke and set-up the follow-up takedown.
2- KNEE-ON-BELLY TO ARMBAR: The knee-on-belly to armbar technique combines a bullfighter pass to clear the legs, a knee on belly control over the upper body, and a step over armbar against the defending position. Key to this position is your ability to smoothly transition and establish a ‘heaviness’ that forces the opponent to push you, inevitably setting up the armbar finish.
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: This technique combines the choke defense with the Koshi-Guruma takedown with the knee-on-belly to an armbar finish. As long as you maintain strong sleeve control during the throw, you should be able to practice or attack with the knee-on-belly armbar as a quick 1-2 combination finish