This is nikyo the wrist control against a
straight punch at the abdomen also known as munetsuki. Daniel punches at me, once again
it’s always best if I’m not there. I’m going to turn slightly, just get off the line and
allow that hand to pass me and as he does it, I’m going to track with it, hook the forearm
and stop down on the wrist. Here, now I’m going to reclaim the position I was just in
and as I do that I’m going to roll his hand up. Acquire that good z bar in that position,
his fingers go in towards his forearm. The elbow goes down. I want to take him all the
way down to the ground hand on the elbow. Nice and smooth into the ground. Let’s do
that again, timing is going to be essential. You want to be off the line. So he comes in,
I’m off the line. Try not to snatch the hand out of mid air, it’s very difficult to do.
Instead what I do is as he punches, I hook the entire arm, come down to the hand and
stop, it’s much easier to get. Here, I reclaim the position, get my initial z bar position,
compress, and down we go. That is nikyo control, wrist control, against the straight punch
to the abdomen, munetsuki.