In a BJJ fight, it's recommended that you try to anticipate your opponent's move, imposing your rhythm and dominant grips.
But that's not always possible. Shawn Williams reveals here what you must do when your opponent is the one who gets a step ahead, positioning themselves advantageously.
Note that Leo Tunico, playing the butterfly guard, raises his torso and wins the double underhook. But Shawn finds a way to get past his legs and reach side control.