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"In all countries where personal freedom is valued, however much each individual may rely on legal redress, the right of each to carry arms - and these the best and the sharpest - for his own protection in case of extremity, is a right of nature indelible and irrepressible, and the more it is sought to be repressed the more it will recur."
i like to pound on the head to soften them up, trying to get an underhook in between that, then when they pop their head back up i shoot for a Hi-C and then switch to a double. Make sure to to cut the corner. But whats most important is to run through them as hard as you can and lift while you do it.
Yeah, arm drags are a big favorite of mine for a lot of situations. Sometimes an intentionally half-assed arm drag can get your opponent to overreact and pull back/straighten up and open himself nicely for a double.
I like a russian to open up a lot of different things. A lot of folks will try to push off with their free hand, and then posting up the arm with the russian clears both arms pretty well, leaving the double right there.
A person who is said to be proficient in the arts is like a fool. Because of his foolishness in concerning himself with just one thing, he thinks of nothing else and thus becomes proficient. - Hagarkure
I find that the single leg gives you an illusion of more control. If you shoot a double and mess it up, it's obvious because you can't get a grip. If you mess up a single leg you still have a semi grip on the leg but it probably won't be worth much and you're just tiring yourself out trying to hang on.