Zezinho Mota, the head of Zezinho Mota Jiu-Jitsu School in Katy, Texas, teaches here a solution he found during training for the problem of finishing from the back an opponent to doesn't open up any spaces. Here's our translated transcript:
"From this defensive position, many people, when they have someone on their back, try to get up like this to try to move this way, to try to pull the guy so he falls on the ground and loses the position, because they're bothered by the guy on their back. So they are left without moving. That's where I saw a solution when I was training one time.
"I'm here. He's closed, he doesn't give me space. Except, then, I manage to stick a hook in. So I already have my hook here. According to Alexandre, when I place my second hook, I already start bothering him. He's gonna try to get up. When he's getting up and places both hands here, I'm gonna go along with him; I dive here to his leg. I touch his leg and I spin, and I land on the rear naked choke already. Once more.
"I'm here, mounted on the guy's back, wanting to attack. There's no room. I have my two hooks there. He already wants to capsize me and get up. And I go. But then I go farther. I'm already here. It's over."