One of the most common submissions in MMA is the Guillotine Choke, a hold aimed at putting an opponent to sleep that’s often made available during takedown attempts when a competitor’s neck is exposed due to the change in head-level.

However, as common as Guillotine Chokes may be, the submission still involves a level of intricacy to execute and can be tweaked when necessary to increase effectiveness. In the MMATraining Technique of the Day, UFC middleweight Dan Miller takes to the mat with fellow UFC fighter, and his brother, Jim Miller and demonstrates how to properly apply a “Ten-Finger Guillotine Choke”…

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