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Learn how to do the Peruvian Necktie with Submissions 101
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Submissions101. We are going to demonstrate how to do the Peruvian Necktie. This is made famous, by Tony DeSouza for basically -- I know invention move, but he is very good at doing it. So there is a lot of request for it.
Usually the Peruvian Necktie looks like someone is starting from some over shot a single or a double, usually single here and basically taking your hand, his neck is here, outside the arm, grabbing onto the wrist here. Almost looks like you are trying to work for a kind of like a hand arm or an anaconda or something like that.
So I come in, I scroll out, get those hands free. Now, what I'll do, is I will come up to my knees here, pop-up to my feet holding on tight. Now, what I am going to do is when I am stepping up and I have Dan’s head, I am stepping over, this arm here, very important, still maintaining that control, that wrist control there. Now, I sit back at an angle, over the leg and as I throw the leg over may be backwards, toward his neck.
So we'll do in this direction. So I am coming out, stepping up notice, how I stepped over my left foot, and stepping over that arm, very important. Now, I'll fall back on an angle here, torque him.
So again, we'll make it slow. He's coming in, so we got head in our control, putting my weight. Then I'll jump up here, both feet. Notice where Dan’s head is; if you really want to tight Peruvian necktie, I'll have to put back his head underneath my leg here, as I fall back grappling and pulling out. So that’s the Peruvian Necktie.