Isaque Bahiense - From Takedown to  The Finish

Isaque Bahiense - From Takedown to The Finish

At just 21 years old, the young phenom Isaque Bahiense is already making waves his first year in the black belt division. After a remarkable showing in this year’s Pan Am Championship, defeating jiu-jitsu legend and super-competitor Romulo Barral, Isaque has a bright future ahead of him.
- Issue 54

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Isaque Bahiense - From Takedown to  The Finish
  • Sit Up Guard Pass - Isaque Bahiense

    Isaque uses this pass when his opponent is sitting up in guard and neither him nor his opponent have secured grips.
    -Issue 54

  • Fake Guard Pull - Isaque Bahiense

    Isaque prefers to pass when he fights, so he’ll often fake pulling guard to end up with the takedown. His opponents are usually hard to take down with a traditional throw, so he’ll attempt the fake guard pull and go for the ankle pick to gain the top position.
    -Issue 54

  • Kneebar From Reverse De La Riva - Isaque Bahiense

    The following submission can be used at the higher levels to attack your opponent’s knee. Isaque prefers this kneebar variation because it’s more difficult to defend.
    - Issue 54

  • Crucifix Armbar From Turtle Control - Isaque Bahiense

    When Isaque gets his opponent to Turtle position, often his opponent’s reaction is to make a frame with his arm on Isaque’s leg to prevent the back take. When this happens, it’s the perfect opportunity to set up the Crucifix and go for a submission.
    -Issue 54