We're going to take a look at a person grappling with another and performing a knockout or a dysfunction. It's not a full knockout, but it caused full physical dysfunction and had it been held longer would have caused full unconsciousness. Also if he had pressed harder, the recipient would also have experienced full unconsciousness.

Now you might not be able to see it in the action, unless you're versed in the Kyusho, as it would appear as just two people rolling around on the ground with one just giving up or being knocked out. You can't always see when someone is applying it if you do not know or train Kyusho. Most Jiu-Jitsu people will not try to learn Kyusho because they believe they not allowed to use it in MMA. There is actually Kyusho being done all the time in MMA bouts, as many of these films on this video channel have shown you. It's that they've been done mostly by accident, but some are applied on on purpose, like Chuck Liddell and his famous knockout strikes (which he aimed at a specific target he was taught). But if you are not well versed enough to see that, or recognize that it could be Kyusho, it will appear like some other occurrence has taken place.

So sit back let's watch this extended video we'll go over the target we'll go over the technique and exactly how we applied it

See the other knockouts and learn how to do them in the extended film - running time 21 Minutes

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