Study armbar adjustment with Keenan Cornelius’s SF Open submission

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At the San Francisco Open held last Sunday, Keenan Cornelius again put his remarkable skills into practice.

Before closing out the absolute division with his Atos teammates, the American faced Joshua Bowlin (Gracie Barra) in the heavyweight final and did it all: started playing guard, swept, took down, worked to pass and wound up on the back. Behind his opponent, Keenan did not insist on the choke — seeing a loose arm, he went for the armbar. Then he took his time adjusting the position and got the finish without problems.

You can study his moves by watching this video:

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