Panantukan: Split Gunting To Bent Armlock
An application of the Bent Armlock (also known as Kimura or Chicken Wing), after a Split Gunting (Check & Cut Variation). I show that you can go right to it (the lock) or punch first and then go for the lock, depending on the position of the arm, so the overall configuration you find yourself into while fighting.
I also show some follow-ups to the Lock, with some Knees to the Shoulder and to the Face, and a Takedown.
Source: Panantukan Seminar in Ronneburg, Germany. May 2018.