[ki•mu•ra] • verb
Is a medial keylock where the opponent's wrist is grabbed with the hand on the same side, and the opposite arm is put behind the opponent's arm, again grabbing the attacker's wrist and forming a figure-four grip. By controlling the opponent's body and cranking the arm away from the attacker, pressure is put on the shoulder joint forcing the opponent to submit. The kimura lock or (ude-garami) is the most common shoulder lock used as a submission hold in
mixed martial arts competitions.
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