The Ezekiel is normally used in the Gi, using your own sleeve so when you are able to set it up in No Gi, you will for sure surprise your opponent.
Ali Galimov achieved an impressive feat by successfully executing a rare Ezekiel submission from the bottom position, ultimately securing victory over his opponent.
This exhilarating event took place at the Universal Fighters League (UFL) during UFC 7, a highly anticipated spectacle that garnered global attention. The intense showdown unfolded on September 23 in Moscow, Russia, drawing a diverse array of skilled fighters, ranging from experienced veterans to up-and-coming talents.
One of the most captivating encounters of the evening showcased a clash in the bantamweight division, pitting Ali Galimov against Abdullayev in the main event. Despite being relatively new to the professional mixed martial arts scene, both fighters demonstrated unwavering determination and fierce competitiveness inside the octagon, leaving the audience in awe.
UFC heavyweight and former world Sambo Champion Aleksei Oleinik is famous for his No Gi ezekiel choke which he has used numerous times in the UFC to finish opponents.
BJJ black belt David Morcegao shows the details:
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